Large companies must report certain information every year to the
US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
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These reports must list "significant" subsidiaries.
We believe it's vital for our society to understand how
corporations exercise control over their various parts.
Our OpenCorporates robots attempt to extract this information
automatically, but sometimes they get it wrong.
When our robots get it wrong, we need intelligent humans (like
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information from SEC filings into a form on OpenCorporates.
Sometimes the data is quite complex - for example, when
there are subsidiaries-of-subsidiaries listed. In these
cases, just click the button which refers the filing to an
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