Answered By: Edward Bilodeau
Last Updated: Jan 27, 2017     Views: 7842

See LexisNexis Corporate Affiliations. This will provide a corporate hierarchy of subsidiaries, divisions etc. 

See also Mergent Online (search the company name and then select 'subsidiaries'). 

For locating organizational structure/hierarchy of people at an organization, typically companies don't release that information. Possible search approaches include:

  • Search their annual reports (see  Mergent Online)
  • Do a Google search for X company name and hierarchy and filetype:pdf (or filetype:doc or filetype:ppt). This helps you locate the hierarchy if the company has posted it somewhere online.
  • Search the article databases Business Source Complete and Proquest Central (search the company name and 'organizational structure' etc.).

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