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There are many web sites that provide information about
companies on the Internet. We recommend the Wall Street Journal
Briefing Book because it contains summary information of company
background, financial overviews, stock performance, company news,
and press releases of over 7,000 companies.
use the Wall Street Journal Briefing Book, click here.
If you are a new user of the WSJ Briefing Book, please take time
to look at the examples presented here to get an idea of how to
use the service, thus being more productive when you actually
Step # 1 Type in the Name:
thinkquest (lower case) and Password: think (lower case)
Please note: The WSJ used to be free of charge to
Microsoft Internet Explorer users. As of January 1997, there will
be an annual subscription fee.
This site is best viewed with Internet
Step # 2 Type in the stock
symbol (one company at a time). Then, click Get Briefing Book.
Step # 3 Click on Company
Background for a brief description of the company.
Step # 4 Click on Financial
Overview to view the financial data of the company.
Step # 5 Click on Stock
Performance to see how well the company's stock has