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Company Overview. Generally the overview includes a brief history of the company, a description of the company's primary business, products and services. It lists the officers and locations and much of the directory information. Brief historical financial statistics are given. It may list a company's competitors and give a financial forecast.

LexisNexis Academic

News, business, communication studies, criminology, foreign languages and literatures, legal and reference information.

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Mergent Online

Mergent Online, source for global business and financial information on over 10,000 U.S. public companies, and 17,000+ non-U.S. public companies, as well as extensive corporate and municipal bond, UIT, and dividend information.

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Databases

Standard & Poor's NetAdvantage

NetAdvantage is a comprehensive source of business and investment information that offers online access to Standard & Poor's research-related products; this source includes industry surveys, stock reports, corporation records, The Outlook, mutual fund reports, and more.

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LexisNexis Academic

News, business, communication studies, criminology, foreign languages and literatures, legal and reference information.

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Websites

Yahoo! Finance

For quick overviews of companies.

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EDGAR Database

For finding SEC documents.

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SIC Search Online

Industrial Classification Codes: All companies are classified by the federal government into categories called industry classifications based on the general product of business line of the company. This categorization system assigns every business an SIC (Standard Industrial Classification) code and/or a North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) code. The industry classification allow you to compare like companies and industries.Directories may contain one or both of these codes.

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NAICS Search Online

Industrial Classification Codes: All companies are classified by the federal government into categories called industry classifications based on the general product of business line of the company. This categorization system assigns every business an SIC (Standard Industrial Classification) code and/or a North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) code. The industry classification allow you to compare like companies and industries.Directories may contain one or both of these codes.

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