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Friday, November 29, 2013  

An Introduction to Researching Private Companies

The great majority of the companies in the United States -- including some very large and important ones -- do not offer their stock for sale on public exchanges and are, therefore, considered "private companies." Since private companies are not required to periodically submit detailed financial reports to the Securities and Exchange Commission, finding information about them can be challenging. The following list, written primarily for non-specialist researchers, is intended to illustrate the kinds of places to find information about private companies by spotlighting a few particularly useful resources. This was written by John Raynor, Business Research Librarian, High Point Public Library, High Point, North Carolina. This will be added to Business Intelligence Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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