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Available at Milner in Floor 2 Reference area. Multi-volume series with excellent / in-depth histories of important companies. Consult the index in the most recent volume for the most comprehensive listings for your company.
Comprehensive tool for finding business and investment information including stocks, bonds, funds, industry analysis, company profiles, corporation records, mutual fund reports, executive information, and industry surveys. Export data to Excel.
The U.S. Code represents the codification (by subject) of the general and permanent laws of the U.S. Enter database. Click on "Law" tab in upper left-hand corner. Under "Statutes and Regulations" heading, click on "Table of Contents" link for "United States Code Annotated." Title 15 is particularly relevant for business law, but others might be relevant as well.
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