Corporate Affiliations

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Corporate Affiliations is a global provider of business information products to professionals in various industries, including legal, corporate, government, law enforcement, tax, accounting, academic, and risk and compliance assessment.

Corporate Affiliations
Industry Business information provider
Founded 1967
Headquarters New Providence, New Jersey, United States
Key people Mike Walsh, CEO, Legal & Professional; Thomas Ogburn, VP & Managing Director, Business Insight Solutions; Robert Romeo, CEO Research & Litigation Solutions
Parent LexisNexis
Website http://www.corporateaffiliations.com

History[edit]

1967 – Corporate Affiliations founded
1969 – First Publication of the Directory of Corporate Affiliations of Major Corporations
1972 - Corporate Affiliations print directories were first published
2001 - CorporateAffiliations.com launched
2013 - eBook versions of the full Corporate Affiliations directory set and - LexisNexis SalesExplorer (an eBook for exploring sales opportunities in the Northeast) was released

Operations[edit]

Corporate Affiliations maintains a business information database that includes company profiles on over one million parent and subsidiary business worldwide. It also provides detailed information on nearly 1.7 million personnel names and titles, including background information for more than 140,000 C-level executives and directors of public and private companies, including age, employment history, education, association memberships and annual compensation. Data is collected and verified by internal research experts and averages more than 26,000 data point updates daily.[1]

In addition to access to an online directory, Corporate Affiliations offers other business intelligence products that include ebooks, mailing lists, and print directories. The MergerTrak product tracks and resolves company mergers, spin-offs, and acquisitions. This is an online service focused on breaking merger news and articles that have been verified and is then included in a newsfeed format. The information is collected from global newspapers, news wires, and magazines.[2]

The Corporate Affiliations public companies database contains listings for all major publicly traded companies with U.S. located headquarters traded on one of the three major U.S. exchanges: NYSE, NASDAQ and NYSEAMEX. Also included are significant companies traded on smaller U.S. exchanges. Investment funds or companies with letter series stocks are not listed in the company directory. Corporate Affiliations lists privately held companies with U.S.-located headquarters or holding companies. Generally, U.S. based private companies must demonstrate revenue in excess of $1 million or greater, 300 employees or substantial assets to be included. When an ultimate parent company is located outside the United States, it is included in the international business database. These would include both public and private companies. Included are the parent companies and their subsidiaries, no matter where the subsidiaries are located. International companies listed generally have revenues of US$10 million or greater, in excess of 300 employee totals or substantial assets/net worth.[3]

About LexisNexis[edit]

LexisNexis Group is a corporation providing computer-assisted legal research services. The company was an original innovator of electronic accessibility of legal and journalistic documents.[4] In 2010 and 2011 the Human Rights Campaign recognized LexisNexis as a company that treats its lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees well.[5] LexisNexis is currently owned by Reed Elsevier. Corporate Affiliations is owned by LexisNexis.

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