Answered By: Bobray Bordelon
Last Updated: Apr 11, 2017     Views: 9

  • Osiris covers major non-listed companies when they are primary subsidiaries of publicly listed companies.
  • Orbis has private and public company data.
  • Bloomberg, in Firestone (A Floor - RIS Suite), has financial information on over 400 private companies and subsidiaries if they issue debt.
    • Type the name of the company you want and hit the HELP key
    • (Bloomberg assigns its own numbered ticker symbol.)
    • The screen will indicate if there are matches for your company.
    • Choose your company and then type ISSD for detailed financials.
  • LexisNexis Academic
    • go to Source Directory (at top of page) and click Find
    • in the Keyword field, type Corporate Affiliations and click the Find Sources button
    • select

Print volumes of LexisNexis Corporate Affiliations 2002+ can be found in Firestone stacks, next to latest volume in Engineering Library, latest volume in Firestone Trustees Reading Room, call number HG4057.A2 D5. Preceded by Directory of Corporate Affiliations of Major Corporations (1969-1972) and Directory of Corporate Affiliations (1973-2001), located in Firestone stacks at call number HG4057.A2 D5. {Note: public companies listed in separate volume from 1993 on}

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