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I'm looking for a minimum of 5 years, but longer would be better. A single chart or graph would work well. has a nice graph with data underlying it but the company's entire earnings history isn't displayed at once.

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thinkorswim's thinkDesktop platform has a lot of earnings information tied with flags on their charts

they are free.

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Regulators? SEC, in the US. Its public records for public companies.

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Sorry, I'm looking for something that's more organized. An HTML table, csv, or similar. – crankharder Nov 16 '12 at 22:18
Someone has to do that... Don't you think they should be paid? – littleadv Nov 16 '12 at 22:20
@littleadv thats a boilerplate answer I used to get from everyone that went to school for econ/finance. fact is though that there are a lot of resources accessible for free – CQM Nov 21 '12 at 3:30
@CQM the information is there, and accessible for free. Tailored exactly to your needs? Not necessarily. I sent the OP to where the info is, and it is available there for free. – littleadv Nov 21 '12 at 7:00

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