This database used to be called LexisNexis Academic.
There are two ways to find company information in Nexis Uni.
See the boxes below for details on both of these options.
Access the Nexis Uni database using the link to it above.
Click on the "Company Info" box in the "Guided Search" section of the screen.
Enter the company name in the first search box.
The box to the right of where you enter the company name is defaulted to "Company Profile." Either:
If you get too many results, use the limiters in the left column. For a public company, you can type its ticker symbol in the "Search Within Results" box.
On any screen of the database, drop down the menu to the right of "Nexis Uni" at the top left of the screen.
Click on the "Company Dossier" option.
Enter a company name or its ticker symbol in the appropriate box. Click on "Search."
If there is more than one company listed, click on the link for the appropriate one.
Information about the company is displayed on the screen. More information may be found by clicking on the links provided in the displayed document and in the column on the left side of the screen.
Follow the steps in the left column of this page for using the Company Dossier to access information on a company.
Click on the link for "Industry Knowledge" in the left column and then on its sublinks.
Yes, the Nexis Uni database has a "Compare Companies" report feature that lists each company's assets, liabilities, and income statement components next to each other. Only companies traded on U.S. stock exchanges can be compared using this feature.
To access this feature: