Answered By: Library Reviewer Last Updated: Oct 16, 2014 Views: 37
Answered By: Library Reviewer
Last Updated: Oct 16, 2014 Views: 37
The following sources contain information on both public and private companies:
- Bloomberg Law
Company financials, holdings, corporation actions, management profiles, credit ratings, SEC filings, and capital structures.
- Hoover's Company Records
Company financials, histories, people, products and operations, subsidiaries, affiliates and competitors for public and private companies.
- Mergent Online
Data on U.S. and foreign companies, including financial information, SEC filings, capital structure, subsidiaries, institutional holdings and insider holdings.
- LexisNexis Corporate Affiliations (available on Lexis)
Provides current information on company relationships, including parent companies, affiliates, subsidiaries and divisions worldwide. Includes corporate contacts, board members, brand names, competitors, and historical M&A information.
For additional information, see Business & Corporate Law Resources at the Jacob Burns Law Library.