How to cite a 10-q report in Chicago

Chicago style 10-q report citation

To cite a 10-q report in a reference entry in Chicago style 17th edition include the following elements:

  1. Author(s) of the report: Give first the last name, then the name as presented in the source (e. g. Watson, John). For two authors, reverse only the first name, followed by ‘and’ and the second name in normal order (e. g. Watson, John, and John Watson). For more than seven authors, list the first seven names followed by et al.
  2. Title of the report: Give the title as presented in the source.
  3. Place of publication: Give the place of publication of the source.
  4. Publisher: Give the publisher name in full.
  5. Year of publication: Give the year of publication as presented in the source.

Here is the basic format for a reference list entry of a 10-q report in Chicago style 17th edition:

Author(s) of the report. Title of the report. Place of publication: Publisher, Year of publication.

Take a look at our reference list examples that demonstrate the Chicago style guidelines in action:


The 10-q report of a company

Apple Inc. Form 10-Q. Cupertino, CA: Apple Inc, 2017.

The 10-q report of a company

Uber Technologies Inc. Form 10-q. San Francisco, CA: Uber Tech. Inc, 2019.

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