Getting at private company activity
December 22nd, 2005 by JTJ

Tamara Thompson provides yet another good pointer:

~ researching private companies ~

By Tamara Thompson Investigations

Finding documentation on a
private business may take a little more digging than uncovering
background on a publicly traded company. One of the resources you may
have overlooked is the Small Business Administration

of companies to which they've made loans. The returns can include
the gross receipts of the business, number of employees and owners.

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) produces a monthly report of its
litigation with companies
. The online site doesn't have a database but you can quickly
create one using Google, giving you an on-the-spot search by keyword of
all the posted monthly reports. At the Google search box enter the name
of the company, followed by the site to be searched. If the business
name is “Amycel”, your search would be formulated like this:

amycel site:

The Google result will return all pages in the litigation monthly
reports that mention Amycel. Unfortunately, the online reports only
cover those issued since December 2002.

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