December 22, 2006, Newsletter Issue #24: Public Company = Easier Access to Business Information

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Manta Tip: Anyone trying to develop business profiles of United States companies gets a break, especially if the companies are publicly traded. Any publicly traded company is required to file information yearly with the SEC, as well as make quarterly and annual public financial reports. This is good news for anyone seeking business information about a public company, especially if you don't want to pay a commercial business information provider. All you have to do is access any number of public information sources to get specific financial information about the company. The SEC's EDGAR database is one of the best-known sources of information on United States companies, but there are also other public databases and reports with lots of business information available.

Searching for information on United States companies is easy, but depending on the type of information you want it might be worth your while to hire a business research company like Manta. While many public companies are required to register with the SEC and make their earnings public, you can get more detailed information on United States companies financial information, credit scores, and company profiles through a business solutions provider.

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