QUOTE AND NEWS
Forbes  Dec 7  Comment 
“It's a personal passion of mine, and I'm lucky that I get to work in that environment every day.”
The Economic Times  Nov 29  Comment 
D&B expects the CPI inflation to be in the range of 3.9-4.1% and WPI inflation to be in the range of 3- 3.2% during November this year, respectively.
newratings.com  Nov 1  Comment 
WASHINGTON (dpa-AFX) - Dun & Bradstreet (DNB) announced a profit for third quarter that fell from last year. The company said its profit declined to $66.2 million, or $1.79 per share. This was down from $66.9 million, or $1.84 per share, in last...
Mondo Visione  Oct 31  Comment 
TOM (The Order Machine) announced today that Mr. Hans Pieterse has received the required approval from the Dutch regulators AFM and DNB on 27 October 2016 for his appointment as new CEO of TOM.  In line with the press announcement on 20 October...
The Economic Times  Sep 22  Comment 
“For the first time, we think the stock doesn’t look that expensive in relation to the figures they deliver,” Sverre Bergland, a portfolio manager at DNB, said.
The Economic Times  Sep 12  Comment 
"The government in fact has a played a major role in terms of bringing it down by removing structural rigidity on the supply side. But bottlenecks still remain."
Banking Business Review  Aug 26  Comment 
Swedish banking major Nordea and DNB have entered into an agreement to integrate their operations in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania to form a main bank in the Baltic region.




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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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