FAME is a tool that specialises in UK private company data, containing active and inactive companies with up to ten years’ worth of financial data available. It is updated on a daily basis and can be used in order to research, analyse and strategically build lists of companies using over 300 available search criteria.
FAME includes companies with a turnover more than £1.5 million OR profits more than £150,000 OR shareholder funds more than £1.5 million (currently 207,652 companies in FAME that meet this criteria)
An online, fully searchable facsimile, Gale's Financial Times Historical Archive delivers a near-complete run of the London edition of this internationally known daily paper, from its first issue through to 2021. Every article, advertisement, and market listing is included—shown both individually and in the context of the full page and issue of the day.
This historical archive is a comprehensive research tool for those studying economic and business history and current affairs of the last 120 years.
Initially focused on the global financial and economic issues that were to become the predominant forces of the twentieth century, the Financial Times expanded coverage in the post-war years, reporting on topics such as industry, energy, and international politics. In more recent decades, coverage of management, personal finance, and the arts has been added.
Comprises the earlier collections of the Foreign Office and the Colonial Office. This consists largely of pamphlets sent back to London by British ambassadors to help with policy formation. It is particularly rich in material related to South America, the Near East, and to the various great European political "questions" of the 19th century.