The Investext Group Adds Research from BancBoston Robertson Stephens

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The Investext Group Adds Research from BancBoston Robertson Stephens


The Investext Group, an online provider of business intelligence, has announced that it has added research from investment bank BancBoston Robertson Stephens. In addition to BancBoston Robertson Stephens, The Investext Group added nearly 200 broker, market research, and trade association sources during 1998.

Ranked among the top 20 research providers by institutional Investor magazine, BancBoston Robertson Stephens is an investment-banking and research firm specializing in growth industries such as technology, business and information services, life sciences and health-care services, media, and telecommunications. Based in San Francisco, the firm has more than 55 senior financial analysts who, according to The Investext Group, are regularly recognized for their research expertise by such financial publications as The Wall Street Journal, institutional Investor, and Greenwich Associates.

"The addition of BancBoston Robertson Stephens is consistent with our goal of continuously strengthening our content offering to provide the most comprehensive collection of investment research available to the commercial market," said Jim Bode, director of contributor relations for The Investext Group.

In 1998, 109 investment banks, 234 market research firms, and 52 trade associations began contributing research to The Investext Group. New sources include top regional and foreign firms offering hard-to-find intelligence on small, local companies, as well as international trade associations producing industry-specific statistics, trends analysis, and forecasts. …

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