Numeric or statistical business information comes in two general forms. The first is documents such as filings, reports and company profiles. These are best for quickly accessing detailed information about a specific company or other entity. The second is databases which compile tables or spreadsheets containing some specific statistics for a large number of entities. This type of data is most useful for doing comparative analysis. This guide focuses on the latter; for the former, see the general Business Administration Resources page.
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