Intel is one of the leading global tech companies. The company's 2017 10-K includes the following introduction:
To improve readability and better present how we organize and manage our business, we have changed the order and presentation of content in our Annual Report on Form 10-K (Form 10-K). See "Form 10-K Cross-Reference Index" within the Consolidated Financial Statements and Supplemental Details for a crossreference index to the traditional U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Form 10-K format.
We have included key metrics that we use to measure our business, some of which are non-GAAP measures. See these "Non-GAAP Financial Measures" within Other Key Information.
Join us for the June web meeting of our Integrated Reporting - U.S. Community. Our guests will give us a guided tour of their 10-K. Then we'll have an open discussion about Intel's approach to these improvements in their reporting.
Erika Kelley is the External Reporting controller for Intel Corporation, where she is manages the team that is responsible for the quarterly earnings, SEC reporting and other external facing reports working closing with Investor Relations, Legal and senior management. Prior to moving into External Reporting she worked in the Treasury Accounting group where she managed the technical accounting and close processes for Intel Capital strategic investments. Before joining Intel in 2012, she worked with PwC spending six years in the Portland, OR audit practice and three years in the Amsterdam, Netherlands Capital Markets Group focused on a mix of multinational public clients and smaller private clients.
Sam Roberts is the financial reporting controller for Intel Corporation, where he is responsible for external and SEC reporting, technical accounting both transactional and standard implementation support, and oversight of the SOX internal controls program. Prior to joining Intel, he served in a similar role for Marriott International and the Deloitte audit practice for over 15 years. While at Deloitte, he performed and led financial statement and internal control audits for large public companies in addition to a national office assignment. In that role, he researched and consulted on transactions related to revenue recognition, business combinations, share-based compensation arrangements, and consolidations.
Bob Laux, IIRC U.S. Lead
Mary Adams, Smarter-Companies