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CAPITAL IQ

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Availability

Capital IQ is only available to authorized members of the Kellogg School of Management.

Faculty/Staff/Doctoral students: For those conducting academic research, you can obtain an account by contacting Hillary Ostermiller. Please provide her your name, NetID, and, if student, year of graduation.

MBA students: Access is limited due to vendor restrictions. Please visit your respective Career Management Center Intranet for more information about accessing this resource.

Description

Capital IQ is a web based application that provides access to corporate information and financials of public and private companies, financial transactions and professionals. In terms of coverage, Capital IQ is restructed to active companies, with series going back to about 1992. In addition, this product also includes some macroeconomic data.

Vendor information

Capital IQ
55 Water Street, 49th Floor
New York, NY 10041
Main: (212) 438-8700
Sales: (212) 438-8701
Support: (888) 806-5541
Fax: (212) 438-8710

Accessing Capital IQ

  • Access Capital IQ (for faculty, doctoral students and staff) This page provides some additional information for Kellogg faculty, doctoral students and staff, in addition to a link that authenticates users into this service. The link will only work for people with active accounts. Due to seat limitations, accounts are activated/deactivated periodically. If you need an account, let us know. We will forward your request to the CMC so that your account is activated.
  • Access for student populations: Access is limited due to vendor restrictions. Please visit your respective Career Management Center Intranet for more information about accessing this resource.
  • Similar services: Thomson ONE, Hoovers, S&P Net Advantage . For macroeconomic data, use DRI Basic Economics, the IMF's International Financial Statistics, the World Bank's World Development Indicators. For more detailed and longer series of corporate financials use Compustat and for stock prices, CRSP.

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