Tag Archives: Companies

Orbis: New Access and Interface Upgrade

We would like to inform you that Orbis database has been upgraded to a new and improved user interface. The URL also has changed and the old Orbis will no longer be available. Orbis is a global database from Bureau van Dijk. Our subscription include information on the top 1,909,132 companies worldwide (only Very Large …
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Buenas Prácticas para la gestión de la igualdad, la diversidad y la mejora de la competitividad en la empresa

Do Spanish companies promote gender diversity and equal opportunities between men and women? A report by IESE’s Carmina Roca and Rafael Pich-Aguilera Women and Leadership Chair, based on a survey of the Spanish Association of Executives and Counselors, shows that there is still plenty of room for improvement. To access the full report, visit the IESE …
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MarketLine: New Access and Interface Upgrade

We would like to inform you that MarketLine database has been upgraded to a new and improved user interface. The URL also has changed. MarketLine is a multi-disciplinary product by GlobalData Plc, providing global Business Intelligence on Companies, Countries, Industries & Case Studies on an easy to use online platform. Users can compare economic & …
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Library Newsletter: Company Research

Executives, job-seekers and researchers often need quick access to trusted and up-to-date information about firms. Whether you want to ace a job interview, build a list of prospective customers or study a company’s investment performance, company databases offer a world of valuable data, insights and reports. By using powerful financial software, screening tools or just …
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Business Barometer Back to Basics 2016

Business Barometer’s Back to Basics is an internationally scalable financial data analyzer that captures the financial statements of 1.2 million companies over the first eight years of the Global Financial Crisis (2007-2014), with the aim of offering policy guidelines for businesses based on the actions taken by sectors that have emerged strengthened from the crisis. …
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Spanish CEO Pablo Isla is World’s Third Best-Performing CEO

Spanish clothing retailer Inditex’s president Pablo Isla occupies third place in Harvard Business Review’s list of the top CEOs worldwide. The CEO of Danish pharmaceutical NovoNordisk, Lars Rieben Soerensen, led the ranking, followed by John Chambers, of Cisco Systems, in second position. The Spaniards Florentino Pérez, president of Grupo ACS, and Iñigo Meirás, of Ferrovial, placed 13th and 51st respectively. …
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Inc. 5000 2016: The Full List

Loot Crate (Consumer products & services) has topped the 2016 edition of the Inc.5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies, followed by Paint Nite  (same market) and CalCom Solar (Energy) in second and third position respectively. Loot Crate, founded in 2012 by Chris Davis and Matthew Arevalo, tops this year’s Inc. 5000 list by …
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Linkedin Top Atractors list

LinkedIn Top Attractors is the first-ever list that ranks the most sought-after companies by professionals in the world right now based on the billions of actions taken on LinkedIn by it over 433 million members. Topping the list of 40 companies in the U.S. we can find Google, Salesforce, Facebook, Apple and Amazon. There are also available …
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Spanish CEO Pablo Isla is World’s Third Best-Performing CEO

Spanish clothing retailer Inditex’s president Pablo Isla occupies third place in Harvard Business Review’s list of the top CEOs worldwide. The CEO of Danish pharmaceutical NovoNordisk, Lars Rieben Soerensen, led the ranking, followed by John Chambers, of Cisco Systems, in second position. The Spaniards Florentino Pérez, president of Grupo ACS, and Iñigo Meirás, of Ferrovial, placed 13th and 51st respectively. …
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2015 Inc. Magazine’s Top 5000

Ultra Mobile (Telecommunications) has topped the 2015 edition of the Inc.5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies, followed by TRYFACTA (IT Services) and Optima Tax Relief (Financial Services) in second and third position respectively. The 2015 Inc. 5000 is the most competitive crop in the list’s history. The average company on the list achieved …
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