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When researching a company, it is important to know whether it is public, private or a subsidiary of a larger company.
Public companies are the easiest to research. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission requires them to provide detailed information on a quarterly basis and must also issue annual reports.
Subsidiaries of public companies can be difficult to research because the parent company is not required to report on each of them individually.
Private companies are not required to release any information about themselves and are therefore more challenging to research.
Use Corporate Affiliations to find out if your company is the Parent, whether it is Public or Private, and where it is headquartered. Parent companies that are publically owned in the United States will generally be easier to research.
Also look for their Products, and Hierarchy, to learn more about the company.