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TCOM 480 Critical Media Industry Studies--Nichols: Company Information


When researching a corporation, consider information created by the company itself (e.g. company websites, SEC filings, press releases, etc), and information created about the company by secondary sources (e.g. news articles, analyst reports, consumer reports, etc.). This will lead to a richer and broader understanding of your corporation/company.

Questions to Ask

Public or Private

Parent or Subsidiary

Company Directories

Company Research

Articles and News