Answered By: Coleen Neary
Last Updated: Sep 25, 2019     Views: 19

You will want to identify a company, and then find its business operations to see where they do business.  One good start is to locate the annual report for this information or the company website. Next, check the Investor Relations section of website or annual report as this section may provide an overview or discussion of a company's business ventures.  Also helpful are a company’s financial filings as they often provide an overview of their market products or brands along with distribution or supply chain information.

Example of Company and Business Operations Search

Company:  Hasbro (NASDAQ: HAS)


 Using the library website you can enter the following into the “Everything” search box:  "Hasbro Inc"

  • Or try searching a specific databases, like Nexis Uni  for company information.

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