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Provides information on more than 11,000 influential and emerging companies worldwide including background and history of a company, merger and acquisition activity over time, the impact of particular sales and marketing campaigns, the effectiveness of executive leadership, and much more.
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Yale Licensed Resource
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Access more than 85 years of Annual Reports for companies across the globe through Mergent Archives’ historical annual report collection dating back to as early as 1925.
This database, managed by the Purdue University Library, is a merged list of the corporate Annual Reports to Shareholders at the following universities: Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, MIT, Purdue, Alabama, U. of Western Ontario, Yale, and New York Public Library. Includes loan policies for each University, with some offering Interlibary Loan service.
Digitized reports from Columbia University's Watson Library of Business and Economics, primarily focused on businesses operating in and around New York City (1850s-1960s). This is just a selection of materials from the Historical Annual Reports Collection.
Digitally archived collection of corporate documents, Including: Corporate Manuals (formerly published by Moody's) dating back to 1909; SEC Historical Filings Collection featuring a fully digitized version of the Compact Disclosure filings dating back to the 1960s.
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Financial and economic data covering over 150 countries and over 6,500 historical and current data series. Includes stock prices, bonds, T-bills, unemployment, GDP, commodity prices, exchange rates, and more, some dating back to 1900. Access is restricted to current Yale faculty and students.
Provides coverage of the most sought-after economics publications from around the world and includes: peer-reviewed journal articles, working papers from leading universities, PhD dissertations, books, collective volume articles, conference proceedings, and book reviews. With over 1.2 million records and coverage as far back as 1886.
Business History Review began publication in 1926 as the Bulletin of the Business Historical Society. Focuses on the history of entrepreneurs, firms, and business systems, and on the subjects of innovation, globalization, and regulation.
Over four million records describing archival materials. With over 1,000 different archival institutions represented, ArchiveGrid helps researchers looking for primary source materials held in archives, libraries, museums and historical societies.
This directory, maintained by the Business Section of the Society of American Archivists, is an excellent starting point for identifying corporate archives. The directory can be searched by company name, location, or archivist's name.
"FRASER’s mission is to safeguard and provide easy access to the nation’s economic history—particularly the history of the Federal Reserve System—through digitization of documents related to the U.S. financial system."