This week, we are studying corporations’ current and long-term liabilities, such as bonds. Select a publicly held company and look up its financial statements – particularly the balance sheet – using a source, such as finance.yahoo.com, and then download the SEC filing Form 10-K for the most recent year. Identify what types of current and non-current liabilities the company has on its balance sheet. Then, look at the notes to the financial statements (immediately after the financial statements) to get further detail regarding the types of non-current liabilities and any commitments or contingencies. Summarize your findings and include a link to the company’s financial statement.