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ReferenceUSA

Directory of U.S. business. Lists size of company, year established, type of business, credit rating, top personnel, yearly sales and more. Data can be searched by name of company, name of officers, geographic area, SIC, size, revenue or any combination.

Lexis-Nexis Academic - Company Profiles

Regional Business News

Regional Business News is a collection of full text newswires that incorporates news information from all over the world. In order to maintain the most current collection of news, this database contains the most recent 30 days of information from each of these wire sources. Several hundred articles are added to Business Wire News database each day. 

NewsStand

Contains the full text of newspaper articles from over 350 titles. Provides our only source of electronic access to the Wall Street Journal.

Manta: Find Companies Home

Browse 63,778,867 companies in the U.S. and Worldwide by Business Category or LocationManta is the largest free source of information on small companies, helping business professionals promote their business, sell faster and make business connections.

Manta: Companies by Category
Manta: Companies by Location
Manta: U.S. Companies
Manta: World Wide Companies

I have other sources for private companies.  I you need more information, please see me.

Last Update: December 02, 2013

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