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Company & Industry: Private Companies: Databases

Private companies are corporations that have not offered securities or shares to the public; they can be small "mom and pops" or large multinationals.

About Private Company Research

Unlike public companies, private companies are not regulated by the federal government. Therefore, it is at the discretion of a private company if, and what, they want to disclose about themselves. It can be more difficult and time consuming to locate information about private companies. However, there are many methods and resources. The resources in this guide will help you get started.

Walker Management Library Databases

Search For More Databases

The Walker Management Library has access to dozens of Owen Graduate School of Management and Vanderbilt University licensed databases. These resources provide access to business news and journals, as well as highly specialized content on an extensive range of business topics and research disciplines. Access and use restrictions apply to some resources, and use of these resources imply acceptance of our Copyright and Licensing Restrictions. Databases can be found in the following way:

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