The below pages contain sources for specific types of business data.
Below is detailed information for locating financial data for publicly traded companies.
Example: I need the income statement, balance sheet, cash flow statement and ratio data for Amgen. Note: The income statement contains Earnings Per Share Data.
Example: I want to compare Tesla's Source of Gross Margin, EBITDA P/E Ratio, and Market Cap against competitors.
Example: I want to compare financials for two companies in the same industry: Tesla Motors and General Motors and Ford.
Example: I need a 10-K (annual report) for Costco.
Example: I need 10-Q reports for Amgen.
Please note: If you are researching a foreign company traded on a U.S. exchange you will search for the company’s 20-F instead of the 10-K.
Bloomberg is one of the world's leading financial databases and contains supply chain data. Use Bloomberg supply chain function to measure and analyze a company's supply-chain health, track key customers, suppliers, and competitors.
Bloomberg terminals are on-site only workstations available on the Malibu campus at the Payson Library and Drescher Library. These workstations are limited to Pepperdine students, staff, and faculty and require an account. Students can set up the account the first time they use one of the terminals. Special assistance from a library worker is required to use the Bloomberg Terminals at the Drescher Campus Library.
Bloomberg is a command driven system. Use Bloomberg commands to locate data and analysis specific to supply chains. Bloomberg SPLC <GO> provides supply chain relationships of tens of thousands of companies from source documents in over a dozen languages with access to proprietary supply chain relationship data unavailable through other sources. Bloomberg SPLC <GO> "offers industry-leading insight into a company’s supply chain relationships. Users can map a company to its customers, suppliers, and competitors, and therefore begin to measure and analyze a company’s supply-chain health based on the wealth of financial data available on the Bloomberg terminal." Use the function, SPLC <GO> data to answer questions such as:
For example, to find Apple's suppliers, search by the company ticker and function, type AAPL <Equity> SPLC <Go>
Google Dataset Search indexes almost 25 million of datasets. You can filter the results based on the types of dataset that you want (e.g., tables, images, text), or whether the dataset is available for free from the provider. Try it here: