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J. Edgar (Hoover)

(ˈdʒe ˈɛdgɚ (ˈhuvɚ))
n. the police; federal officers. (Underworld.) Max got out of town when he heard that the J. Edgars were on his tail.
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J. Edgar

verb
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Comprehensive data sets -- All SEC EDGAR filings, current and historic filings dating back to 1994 are available; this includes access to 400-plus electronically filed forms, international filers and notices of paper submissions.
Although the legatees did not ask for consideration in exchange for their renunciations, each was induced to execute the disclaimer; they felt they should do what Edgar Monroe wanted them to do.
EDGAR is arguably the biggest change in the way the SEC conducts its business since its formation, and yet Corporate America is largely unprepared for electronic filing.
Previously, EDGAR access on the SEC site had several limitations: searching was underpowered, there were few output options, and documents were not available until the day after being submitted.
Increase in corporate customers--The addition of FIS's corporate customer base will enable EDGAR Online to reach its stated revenue mix objective 1 year ahead of schedule.
We wanted another way to expose tomorrow's knowledge workers to EDGAR Online," said Jay Sears, vice president of marketing and business development for EDGAR Online, Inc.
He also knew 10-Ks were mandatory SEC filings, and that as of May 6, 1996, under the EDGAR program, all publicly held companies are required to file everything electronically.