A quick google search found me the data page of OpenFlights.org. This page has a free (donation request) CSV file with 8000+ airports: LINK.
OpenFlights.org points to OurAirports.com, which provides extensive CSV downloads with data being in the public domain. See their data page.
Regarding contact info for airport management, the FAA provides this info ...
OurAirports.com is, in my experience, the best data set publicly available. You may find ICAO or IATA missing or outdated here or there, but it's rare (in my experience). They have also categorized the airports as Main or Small, etc, which is particularly helpful, although for the USA, you can simply filter the ICAO code by 'starts with' K and that gets you ...
There is no comprehensive source of open data as you describe, but there are public and restricted-access open data sets that can illuminate certain aspects of private company finances. Privately-held companies often disclose information to the public in accordance with federal, state, and local laws. Some of this information directly involves company ...
Another source of airport information around the world is the UN Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) dataset of United Nations Code for Trade and Transport Locations (UN/LOCODE). These cover major transport terminals: air, sea, land, etc.
A link to the data is here:
I also have a tutorial I wrote awhile ...
The OpenCorporates project at https://opencorporates.com/ has more than 2.5 million entries for companies registered in the Netherlands as well: https://opencorporates.com/companies/nl
APIs and developer information for the project can be found at http://api.opencorporates.com/
Lots of data from the US Federal "Office of Personnel Management" (OPM).
OPM is the focal point for providing statistical information about the Federal civilian workforce. OPM's FedScope is an online tool which allows customers to access and analyze the most popular data elements from OPM's Enterprise Human Resources Integration ...
Focusing more on the spatial data - but other attributes may be available, you can check:
OurAirports - data available as KML, CSV, with an rss feed of comments describing facilities and current operations
World Aeronautical Database - Not sure how accessible the data is
USSTRATCOM Worldwide Airports - GeoRSS feed; I think the source data is the old ...
The SEC publishes standardized machine readable data in XBRL format on public companies and other entities, such as mutual funds. Public company financial statements are among the data sets available. These data sets are available on the interactive data home page of the SEC, www.xbrl.sec.gov.
In addition, the SEC maintains a market structure and data ...
Aswath Damodaran, Professor of Finance at the Stern School of Business at New York University, has been compiling corporate data on corporations worldwide into (FREE) datasets and providing them online since 1998.
You can find this information on Japanese firms (3258 companies), as well as other countries at this page:
Here are some more interesting ones:
The Ropes at Disney (1943)
Interestingly constructed with a rope going throughout the document; women at the time had 10 sick days and men only 5.
A fun read on the flat organization front and approach to employee development.
The Motley Fool
Website designed for easy policy information dispersal.
OpenCorporates is a global database of companies. They provide an API.
For instance, this query lists the 1,345,795 Swedish companies that they know of:
Here's a link to datasets (Excel spreadsheets) from a NYU professor whom has been keeping corporate finance data on major corporations for 20 years:
Filter the companies with classification "Software (Internet)", there are 759 of them. I generated the list at https://gist.github.com/nicolas-raoul/...
Kaggle once conducted a competition with 22GB of real transaction data:
http://www.kaggle.com/c/acquire-valued-shoppers-challenge/data (registration required)
Aswath Damodaran, Professor at Stern School of Business at New York University, has been compiling information on major corporations since 1998. His EU dataset contains data on 6,000 EU public corporations, including those in Germany.
Quandl has free datasets on current and historical stock ...
The FDIC has a data download of all finanically insured banks and their branch offices in the US. The data does not have though website and phone number. It does have name, address, institution type, deposits.
The FDIC dataset on Data.gov has some additional fields, including website (but not phone):
I received some help on it. Something along these lines with xor in Python did the job:
with open('...dat', 'rb') as f:
with open('...txt', 'w') as out:
xor = 1
s = ""
c = f.read(1)
if c == "" or len(c) == 0:
c = chr(ord(c) ^ xor)
s += str(c)
Disclosures in public procurement systems
Private companies disclose their revenues when supply goods and services to the US government.
This is a table of 2014 contracts (850K contracts):
(free registration required; an ungated version must be somewhere)
See columns "Vendor Name" and ...
I'm afraid this is generally the kind of data which is not centrally collected by a government agency, and not freely given by businesses that set up to collect it for their own use or for sale to third-parties.
That said, NASDAQ has a list of companies by industry that is 6500+ entries (not limited to the NASDAQ exchange). I'm not really sure how they ...
DUNS is the best business list that I can think of -- but I have no idea if it has industry info in it. Years ago, when you wanted an SSL certificate, registrars wanted your DUNS number to verify you weren't mascarading as another company. Unfortunately, it's not an open list.
For something that's more likely to be free, for the U.S., there's a the EIN, ...
In Infochimps, you will find hundreds of business related datasets. A few of them are from USA about tax return, receipts and net income. You will find also about revenues for certain business categories.
Visit here: Website Link
P.S. If you cannot find what you need in the link, please update your question with more details. Where you have already ...
To be exact, there are 231 stores listed in the dropdown. I was able to extract (fairly simple) the list of stores and corresponding store IDs. I've included the list in CSV format for your convenience. Each store detailed is listed with the following URL sequence:
It should be fairly straight forward to write a ...
Try Quandl. It has info on startups and venture capital, you might find IPO info in there or a link to what you want.
This is Quandl's data collection on US startups, entrepreneurship, angel investments and venture capital.
Quandl's startup data includes number of investments, investment size, and valuation data at each stage of the startup financing ...
It looks like OpenCorporates.com has some of this information as part of a alpha offering of theirs.
For example, see https://opencorporates.com/companies/us_wa/600413485/statements/subsidiary_relationship_subject which lists Skype, Microsoft Licensing, and others as subsisidiaries of Microsoft Corporation.
Check out this blog post which mentions the ...
You can look into opencorporates. They provide a nice api to download data.
Recently they have added database of 4.4 million japan companies.
Search for SoftBank gives
Company Number 3010401116655
Company Type Stock Company (株式会社)
Registered Address 東新橋１丁目９番１号
It most certainly is legal, although I don't see anything directly on the site regarding the specific search data. Most federal data (content for that matter) are automatically open when published by law. SEC's Open Gov Commitment (which actually seems like they stopped trying mid Obama's first term) doesn't name that dataset specifically, but would be safe ...