Different ways to search for company filings
** 20-F: annual SEC filings by foreign corporations traded on US exchanges.
While the term "annual report" is often used to describe either a Form 10-K or an Annual Report to Shareholders (or ARS), there is a difference.
A public company's 10-K (or 20-F for certain foreign companies) is an excellent source of information on its business, strategies, risks, financials, and more. It presents the company's point of view on its current condition and future direction. Other SEC filings reveal important information as well.
Recent and some historical annual reports are usually available on a company's website. To find them, simply google [company name] investor to get to the Investor Relations (or sometimes just Investors) section of the site. There should be a section on annual reports or SEC filings.
Companies (even public ones) are not required to disclose their organizational charts. Top-level executive names may be available on company websites and in their proxy statements (for public companies), and company profile databases (e.g., LexisNexis).
The following sources may provide specific charts for select companies: