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New Company Information Resource: Mergent Online

by Matt Stevons on 2022-05-25T13:55:30-05:00 in Business, Library News & Updates | 0 Comments

Available to all students, faculty, and staff, Mergent Online is the most robust company research tool available in the PG Library today. It offers a wealth of textual detail on company descriptions, history, property, subsidiaries, officers and directors, long-term debt, and capital stock. Powerful intuitive search capabilities combined with an easy-to-use interface, access to risk, ratings, credit information, and recommendations under one platform, make Mergent Online a perfect resource for your financial and business information research needs.

Access Mergent Online anytime with this link:

For more on Mergent Online, including tips on conducting basic company searches and creating company lists, visit our Guide to Mergent Online.

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