The page after those two is a Nintendo history timeline that chronicles the journey from card company in 1889 to where it stands today. It's a fascinating read if you are unfamiliar with some of Nintendo's more obscure successes like the Laser Clay Shooting System, which was somewhat of a predecessor to Duck Hunt.
The second half of the report breaks down the company finances in excruciating detail. Even if you can't make heads or tails of it all, there is still some data of interest. For instance, Nintendo had about $5,093,206,000 cash and deposits on hand at the end of March. That is the infamous "war chest" that people like to bring up when discussing Nintendo's financial security. With such a wide safety net, on top of other investments, Nintendo is in no danger of going anywhere anytime soon -- I can't believe we still have to ward off doom-mongering, but there you go.
There's plenty more to glean from the file, but I'll leave it to you guys to check out on your own.
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