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Unrecognized Tax Benefits Reductions Resulting from Lapse of Applicable statute of Limitations

What is the company's gross amount of decreases in unrecognized tax benefits resulting from lapses of the applicable statutes of limitations?

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Pep Boys - Manny Moe & Jack
2015 = $ 276M
Computer Sciences Corporation
2012 = $ 263M
Verizon Communications Inc.
2015 = $ 221M
Prudential Financial
2009 = $ 214M
General Motors Company
2015 = $ 201M
Chevron Corporation
2015 = $ 172M
Microsoft Corporation
2016 = $ 118M
United Technologies Corporation
2015 = $ 101M
Exelon Corporation
2014 = $ 88M
Lincoln National
2012 = $ 88M
Cisco Systems
2016 = $ 75M
Intersil Corporation
2016 = $ 73.4M
Oracle
2016 = $ 73M
Staples
2016 = $ 69M
Coach
2016 = $ 59M
Hanesbrands
2016 = $ 56.4M
Praxair, Inc.
2014 = $ 56M
Johnson&Johnson
2016 = $ 54M
Express Scripts
2015 = $ 53.3M
Booz Allen Hamilton
2016 = $ 51.2M

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The gross amount of decreases in unrecognized tax benefits resulting from lapses of the applicable statutes of limitations.

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Companies should report their financial performance in their annual financial reports, and these are the best places to find this information.

For companies that file with the SEC, this information can be found within their "Form 10-K" filings. You can often find these documents by searching for "Company 10-k", or they can be found through the SEC's EDGAR search.

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