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This company directory gives profiles of both public and private companies, both large and small. You can look up an individual company or build lists of companies based on specific characteristics. You can find information about a company's size, location, sales, NAICS code, history, and more. Companies can be complex organizational structures with branches in several cities. Make sure you find the corporate headquarters to locate information about the company as a whole.
To access First Research industry reports, click on First Research below the main search box and then, the orange Submit button on the left side of the page.
This is the best tool for profiles of larger companies. Use the main search box and apply the limiter of "Company" in the drop down menu. You will get key information, competitors, and associated NAICS codes.
Companies are often covered to a greater extent in their "hometowns" or in cities where they have extensive operations. Logically, the people of these areas are more invested in the health, wellbeing, and performance of these companies.
Local newspapers may cover financial news, expansions (i.e. a new headquarters or the opening of a new manufacturing facility), charitable activities, and even corporate officers in greater detail than might be found in more general national newspapers and magazines.
When conducting company research, in order to have the most complete view of a company, including who they are "where they live," be sure to perform several searches in local publications.
Use this database to find articles from major national publications, trade journals, and regional sources covering topics such as management, economics, finance, accounting, international business and more. Advanced search feature allows searching by company name or ticker symbol (choose 'Company Entity' or 'Ticker Symbol' from the dropdown menu).
Search by company or people. Use the portal to search business journals published for other cities.
Tip: Choose "Past Digital Editions" to access current and past print versions of the Dallas Business Journal and the Dallas Book of Lists. Choose "View Current Issue" to download and read a PDF version of the current print issue. Use the search box on the right to search across the city business journals for online content.
***NOTE: To access DBJ Portal off campus, sign in with the the username and password found in the Box folder.***
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Provides one simple search interface for a wide range of library resources. It searches through a massive collection of books, scholarly journals, newspaper articles, e-books, dissertations, conference proceedings, and numerous academic databases. Learn how to find articles in Library Search with this tutorial