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I'm interviewing for a job. How can I prepare by learning more about the company?

I want to ace my job interview, so I'd like to do some research on the company to show that I know my stuff.
Last Updated: Mar 25, 2016  |  104 Views

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The Company & Industry Research tab of the Business Management Subject Guide has a list of useful tools for researching the company you're interviewing with. These include:

General Company Databases:
Good sources for company information of all types, including financial statements, ownership data, and names and sometimes even contact information for officers and executives.

Mint Global


PrivCo is a new tool that specializes in information on private companies.

Investment Analysts' Reports:
If your company is public, you can find investment analysts' reports on the company from

S&P NetAdvantage


News Articles

Factiva is the best source for news articles about a company or its officers. The video tutorials may be helpful for learning how to use it.

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