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Go Beyond Google
Knowledge holds the key to your future.
US and international companies. 15 years of financial data, mergers & acquisitions, SEC filings, long-term debt, bond ratings, and historical stock prices. Also International stock exchange data (use the Index drop down menu).
S&P Global NetAdvantage
Industry and company analysis including S&P Industry Surveys and S&P Equity Research. International, public and private company coverage.
all US public companies and some foreign ones must file their financial reports here; this is the most direct source.
look for the "investor relations" section.
Research Business News
Best place to find company innovations, new product announcements, and international business news.
Business Source Premier
Academic and industry periodicals in all business disciplines, including the Harvard Business Review; also industry, company, and country reports.
Articles from industry and scholarly sources, periodicals, reports and dissertations, on business, management, corporate strategy, and the competitive landscape.
Articles from 1986 to the present from this esteemed publication on worldwide economic and business topics. In ProQuest database.
Financial news and commentary from the City (London.) Delayed one month.
Research Your Industry
MarketLine (previously Datamonitor)
international coverage - substantial industry reports on hundreds of specific industries
First Research Industry Profiles
Background intelligence reports for all kinds of industries. Enter term describing your industry (i.e. solar) in search box, and refine to find most recent report. Valuation multiples available for many industries.
Research World Economic Conditions
Research Your Company's Strategy and Risk Factors
Look up the company's latest 10-K (either on the company's website's Investor Relations section, or on the SEC database. Here you'll want to look at these sections: "Risk Factors" and "Management's Discussion".
Use ABI-INFORM database and search using keywords, i.e. "Microsoft and strategy".