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The Economic Times  Aug 19  Comment 
It observed that the government needs to accelerate structural reforms to unclog supply-side constraints as well as clear the GST and land bills.
newratings.com  Aug 17  Comment 
STAVANGER (dpa-AFX) - Norwegian energy firm Statoil ASA (STO) Monday announced that DNB, on behalf of Statoil, has purchased 707,278 shares for use in the group's Share saving plan on August 14. The shares have been acquired at a price of...
Forbes  Aug 16  Comment 
To get a glimpse into the life of today?s marketers, I?m talking with a variety of CMOs as part of my CMO Insight Series. Interviews include CMOs from large firms (i.e., Jeff Jones from Target), start-up firms (i.e., Brent Walker from C2B...
Market Intelligence Center  Aug 4  Comment 
Dun & Bradstreet Corp (DNB) presents a trading opportunity that offers a 4.95% return in just 108 days. A covered call on Dun & Bradstreet at the $125.00 level expiring on Nov. '15 offers an assigned return rate of 4.95% or 16.74% annualized....
The Hindu Business Line  Jul 24  Comment 
Defence PSU Bharat Electronics Ltd (BEL) has bagged the Dun & Bradstreet’s ‘India’s Top PSUs Awards 2015 in the electrical and electronic equipment sector. S K Sharma, Chairman and Ma...
The Economic Times  Jul 21  Comment 
The underlying business sentiment in India during July-September quarter of calender 2015 is likely to remain subdued.
Reuters  Jul 10  Comment 
* Shares up more than 5 percent (Adds analyst, background, share price reaction, valuation)




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Version 1: In progress / Notes

The Dun & Bradstreet Corporation (NYSE: DNB) sells business information and research. It maintains information on 125 million companies across 20 countries. DNB has the largest volume of business credit information in the world. It is also known for its D-U-N-S (Data Universal Numbering System), which is used to classify over 100 million companies.


Corporate Overview

Companies spun-off from DNB include: ACNielsen, Cognizant Technology Solutions (CTSH), Reuben H. Donnelley and Moody's (MCO).

Financial Metrics

Revenue Segments

DNB reports earning based on two geographic segments: United States and International.

Trends and Forces

Loss of Market Share to Credit Rating Agencies

Currently, all companies that are financed through GE all pull Experian opposed to DnB. Amazon and Lowes are two of the many companies financed through GE.[1]

Products to Improve Cash Flow, Profitability Emphasized in Light of Recession

High Renewal Subscription Products Resist Declines

DNB Positioned to Take Advantage of Need for More Outsourcing Information

Competition

Cortera, Experian, Equifax, MarketWatch, InfoUSA and Yahoo! Finance

Market Share

References

  1. http://www.creditrich.net/dnb-losing-market-share-we-have-to-focus-on-experian-business-as-well/
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