Subject: RSA/Security Dynamics filings are on the web
Date: Mon, 26 Aug 1996 15:38:13 -0700
From: John Gilmore <email@example.com>
> The RSA/SDTI merger may be the only chance we ever get to see RSA's financial
> info. Previously it was a privately held company, which didn't report its
> finances publicly; now it'll be reported as part of SDI (a much bigger
> company), so its finances will be hidden in their larger business.
> You can also see what RSA and SDTI are saying about the RSA/Cylink/Schlafly
> lawsuits, the origins of VeriSign, how Addison Fisher bankrolled RSA and
> owned 55% of it, etc.
> Look on the SEC's EDGAR system, which contains copies of reports that the
> government requires publicly traded companies to file. Go to
> http://www.sec.gov/cgi-bin/srch-edgar?security+dynamics+technologies and
> view the various forms. The most fun is probably the big one, the 1.5MB S-4
> form from the merger itself.
> These documents will require a tolerance for legalese, but there are lots of
> gems in there for the patient.
> John Gilmore
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