Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.

Finance & Investments

Merrimack resources for finance & investments.

Corporate Financials

Sources below provide corporate financials that can be downloaded into spreadsheets:

Research Tips

The amount of company information available depends upon the type of company.
Use Getting Started to gather initial information and to find out if the company is:

  • publicly-traded,
  • private, or
  • nonprofit organization
  • a subsidiary or branch location of a larger company
  • local, US or international.

Then check the above tabs for whichever type of information you need.

Public Companies
There is a great deal of information available on companies which trade on the stock market - SEC filings, annual reports, analysts' reports, news stories, books and case studies.

Private Companies
Information on private companies is usually limited to brief information in directories, news stories, and sometimes books. All 50 states make some level of corporate and business filings available online, see Business Filings Databases for links to the states.

International Companies
The amount of information on international companies varies. If the company trades on the U.S. exchanges it must file annual reports (20-F) with the SEC. Other information can be found in directories, databases, newspapers and magazines.

Nonprofit Organizations
Finances and other general information can be found in Form 990 which nonprofits must file with the IRS annually. Many are posted on the web at Guidestar.org. Some information can also be found in newspaper and journal articles.