They take the maximum allowable window every quarter under SEC guidelines. Why you ask? Well let's take a look at it. First off all of those companies you mentioned- mostly good, well run, and PROFITABLE companies know that the reporting window is an opportunity to show optimism. They are proud of their results and even if they are not all great Q/Q speed=relevance.
CVO on the other hands waits until they are deep into the next quarter. That way the previous quarter's declines, losses, and fabricated math are all in the past. An afterthought. Think about the format. Burton speaks for 15 minutes, CFO rattles through numbers monotonously in 5min then Jr babbles about all the good stuff he did, then Burton rambles for the rest of the call.
If there was anything positive to speak of the release would be as fast as possible so that investors would know how on top of things the Best Management Team running a $1.5B envelope and printing company from Stanford, CT with three family members looting the declining company was.
10-K: for Fiscal Year Ended 08/31/12 due Tuesday, October 30, 2012
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10-Q: for Quarterly Period Ended 10/31/12 due Monday, December 10, 2012
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