It's just three easy steps:
- Public or Private?
Public companies issue stock. Public companies must divulge much more information than private companies.
- What does the company say?
Read a company's finanical statements and annual reports.
- What do others say?
Read news articles, investment reports and other secondary sources to fill in the gaps.
- Business Source Complete
Company profiles and articles from trade journals
- Mergent Online
Financial information for public companies. US and some international coverage.
- Standard and Poor's NetAdvantage
Company profiles and stock analysis
Company profiles and financials and articles from over 9,000 sources.
Company profiles from Hoover's and articles from trade journals and newspapers, including the Wall Street Journal.
Recently added credit reports from Experian.
- OneSource Global Business Browser
Company screening and profiles. Includes public and private companies and has international coverage.
Access is limited to Chicago Booth students.
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