Many of these can also be used to search for individuals. Look
for a "Search for People" or "White Pages" link or button.
Corporate Information (Securities and Exchange Commission) -- Free
access to more than 21 million filings from public companies.
-- "The largest open database of companies in the world." Search for a
specific company or browse through a jurisdiction, including other
countries. Some of the information you'll find are the officers,
incorporation date, similarly-named companies, and registered
SuperPages.com -- Click on
"People Pages" for options to do reverse searches by telephone number
or by address.
ThomasNet --Fformerly called Thomas
Register of American Manufacturers. Browse categories or search for
a specific product, brand or manufacturer.
Current Value of Old Money
-- This site does not answer the question of what your old bills and
coins are worth now, but "how much would a specified amount of money at
a certain period of time be worth today?" Includes tools for figuring
out inflation in various countries, purchasing power, etc.
-- It's difficult to measure the value of one thing compared to
another: was the cost of bread higher long ago than it is now, or
vice versa? Start with the User Guide to decide how to compare what you'd like to compare.
Mutual Fund Education Alliance Investor's
Center -- from IRA's and college educations to how to get started investing
-- look here for answers to your basic questions
OANDA Currency Converter
-- convert different currencies in different amounts, on different dates
Tables -- current and historical rate tablesback to November
Yahoo Finance -- type the company
name in the search box and choose the ticker symbol and exchange to
get the latest stock info on that company; also a variety of business- and finance-related
Small Business Resources
videos, podcasts and blogs aimed at the small business owner
Be the Boss: Starting Your Own Business -- Free online course with five modules on how to start your own business; provided by a coalition of Pennsylvania community colleges.
Small Business @ USA.gov --The best source of information for those wanting
to start their own business, this is the "no wrong door" access point
for federal government information and services for businesses; from
exporting and importing, starting a business or growing an existing
business, start here first
See also the Government page for other government
agencies with influence on business (such as taxes, the Americans with
Disabilities Act, etc.); or the Magazines & Newspapers
page for news stories about local, state, and national companies. For jobs
in business, see our Careers page. Or, use one
of the Search Services
to find business-related
websites not listed here.