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The University of Illinois' STEM Entrepreneurship & Business program has a wealth of information available for locating company information.
Finding NAICS codes
To locate NAICS information for individual companies, search using company research databases. Use the links below to locate NAICS information for specific industry sectors or subsectors.
Company research databases
Frequently used for locating companies by industry sector
Hoover's Academic Pro This link opens in a new windowDelivers company, executive officer, and industry information in a searchable database. Includes parent, subsidiary, branch and competitor information.
Nexis Uni This link opens in a new windowFeatures more than 15,000 news, business and legal sources, including U.S. Supreme Court decisions dating back to 1790. Includes current news, business information, company directories, federal and state laws, regulations, legal cases, and more.
Mergent Online This link opens in a new windowU.S. company data: An Internet-accessible subscription service covering 10,000 public companies and their SEC filings; U.S. Annual Reports: Easy-to-access current and historical annual reports on 10,000 U.S. public companies, all in PDF image format that provides faster download and allows viewing the document; International company data: More companies from more countries than any other international database, with global searching across databases; International Annual Reports: Hard-to-get, timely annual reports on all companies in our International Company Data database, available in PDF image formats; Corporate Visibility: Expanded, in-depth, and detailed descriptions of public companies as they appear in the Mergent Manuals (fka Moody's Manuals), which were first published in 1918.
Companies and environmental justice communities
The U.S. EPA tools below will help you identify companies that are in or adjacent to underserved communities.