Corporate Affiliations Plus Provides Instant Company Profiles

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Corporate Affiliations Plus Provides Instant Company Profiles


CD-ROM technology and Corporate Affiliations Plus now provide instant answers to "Who Own Whom" and other complex relationships in the labyrinth that is today's corporate world. Corporate Affiliations Plus, a National Register Publishing product, has been released by Reed Reference Electronic Publishing.

Corporate Affiliations Plus provides instant profiles on over 100,000 companies. It serves as the information link between more than 16,000 major domestic and foreign corporations and their 140,000 subsidiaries. The new disc also provides comprehensive financial and personnel profiles for each company to formulate basic data on sales, revenues, net income, net worth, assets, and liabilities.

The database established for Corporate Affiliations Plus combines data from such sources as the Directory of Corporate Affiliations--U.S. Provide, U.S. Public, and International Public--and the Corporate Finance Bluebook, with the technology offered by Reed Reference Electronic Publishing's Plus System software.

More than 156,000 records on corporations and their subsidiaries, affiliates, divisions and joint ventures are accessible for instant searches of company data such as:

* Complete corporate linkage--"Who Owns Whom"

* Key personnel, as well as the company's legal firm, auditor, transfer agents, and other outside service firms

* Description of each business--its sales, revenues, net income, net worth, assets and liabilities

* Contact information, including addresses, phone numbers, Fax numbers, and SIC codes

Providing 24 search criteria, including company name, location, SIC code, number of employees and an individual's name, this new product is an essential search tool for librarians, sales executives,, search firms and financial analysts, or anyone interested in easily tracking the rapidly changing business world. …

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