Answered By: IESE Library
Last Updated: Mar 22, 2019     Views: 13

The term "tear sheet" refers to the time when brokers would tear individual pages out of the S&P summary book and send them to current or potential clients. Now, with this information available online, such basic company profile information could be considered a tear sheet.

You can find this type of company information using ThomsonOne (only public companies). Search for a company by name or ticker symbol in the top left search box, and then use the Company Views menu to view overviews and full reports. Note: this resource only works in Internet Explorer.

Company profiles, such as those found in MarketLine, Business Source Ultimate, Passport or Factiva might also be of interest.

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