Hoovers / Dun & Bradstreet

Search company profiles and create target company lists from over 80M public and private firms worldwide.

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Off-campus Access

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Use of this database is restricted to current Goizueta Business School faculty, students and staff for academic, career and personal enrichment, and may not be used for internships or employers. Proper Use of GBL Databases

Companies may be filtered by location, size, industry, headquarters, financial criteria, and many other variables.  Hoovers and AtoZdatabases both have unique features for building target custom lists. 

Wondering which database to use for your research?  Check out this comparison chart:

What do you want to do? AtoZdatabases Hoovers
Create target lists by geography, industry, employee count, etc. Yes Yes
Download target lists to Excel Yes No
Search International Companies No Yes (70M)
Search Domestic Companies Yes (30M) Yes (19M)
View current job postings on each company record Yes No
Download brief company reports on all companies Yes Yes
Download detailed company reports on large companies No


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