Answered By: Lippincott Library
Last Updated: May 04, 2017     Views: 8

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 these databases:
S&P Net Advantage
Click on the Companies tab, then select Quick Search and search by company name or ticker. Once you've found your company of interest, click on Tearsheet in the lefthand menu.

Thomson ONE
Search for a company by name or ticker in the top left search box, then use the Company Views menu to view overviews and full reports.
Note: this resource only works using Internet Explorer.

Capital IQ is available in the Yablon Finance Lab at Lippincott Library