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some corporate sites hide job postings, news, and financials behind a link labelled Investor Relations or About Us. These are often at the very bottom of the screen.
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Corporations & Public Companies : Company Finders and Corporate Databases

From company finders to corporate databases, the Net abounds with tools for researching public companies and corporations. Sometimes it's easiest to circumvent useless corporate sites and get straight to the information you need, whether your interest is personal, business or finance related. Perhaps you need to locate a head office phone number or HR contact, or you're doing some background checking for investment or market research purposes. Search engines won't be of much help in these circumstances, unless you resort to advanced query syntax. If you can't get what you need from a corporate site, try one of the research tools below. These include databases of public company information, specialized sites provided by employment portals and business publications, and intelligent agents and news sources you can use to monitor ongoing developments, key trends, and public opinion. (If you're looking for a small business or a local branch office, try a telephone directory.)