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Field names with an asterisk (*) are fields used for defunct companies only. Location data can be provided in either the location or location_city/location_country fields. Note that the examples below are presented in wikicode and do not necessarily reflect actual statistics.

Name of the company.
Example: Microsoft Corporation
If the company is based in a country with a different language, the name field should read [Name of company] <br /> [Name of company in native language].
Logo or graphic by which the company is currently and most readily identified.
Type of company, either Public, Private or similar.
Example: [[Public company|Public]] ({{nasdaq|MSFT}})
Example: [[Privately held company|Private]] (subsidiary of [[Berkshire Hathaway]])
Genre is primarily used for publishing and other media companies, and is of little value for other types. If this field is filled, consider using {{infobox publisher}} instead.
Examples: Biographies, Science fiction, Western
The type of cause of the company to go defunct.
Examples: Acquired, Bankruptcy, Dissolved
If the cause of the company's dissolution is unclear, just use the last example above (Dissolved).
The corporate predecessor of the company.
Example (as used in Berliner-Joyce Aircraft): Berliner Aircraft Company
The corporate successor of the company. Usually the successor is the company that acquired this company.
Example (as used in NeXT): [[Apple Inc.]]
Place and date of company establishment. Use {{Start date}} for the date.
Example: [[Albuquerque, New Mexico]], [[United States|U.S.]] ({{Start date|1975|04|04}})
Person or persons who founded the company.
Example: [[Bill Gates]]<br />[[Paul Allen]]
Date of the company going defunct (dissolved). Use {{End date}} for the date.
Example: {{End date|2000}}
Example: {{End date|2000|06|30}}
Current city or city and state of the company's headquarters. If this field is used, do not use location field.
Example: [[Redmond, Washington]]
Example: [[Nuremberg]]
Current country of the company's headquarters. Do not use flag icons, as this places an unnecessary emphasis on nationality; see MOS:FLAG for a detailed rationale. If this field is used, do not use location field.
Example: [[United States|U.S.]]
Example: [[Germany]]
Current location of the company's headquarters. May be in the format of City, State, Country or City, Country. Deprecated - use location_city and/or location_country.
Number of locations the company has physical properties, expressed as a number, with the applicable year in parentheses.
Example: 800 stores (2004)
Geographic area the company does business in.
Examples: Worldwide, [[North America]], [[New York metropolitan area]]
Individuals most closely associated with the company. Limit to at most three or four people, using popular names rather than formal names.
Example: [[Bill Gates]], <small>[[Entrepreneur|Co-founder]] and [[Chair (official)#Types|Executive Chairman]]</small> <br /> [[Paul Allen]], <small>[[Entrepreneur|Co-founder]]</small>
Primary business market and/or industry the company occupies.
Example: [[Computer software]] <br /> [[Computer hardware]] <br /> [[Video game]]s
Best known products produced by the company.
Example: [[Microsoft Windows]] <br /> [[Microsoft Office]]
Services offered by the company.
Example: [[Computer repair]] <br /> [[Housekeeper|Housekeeping]]
Total revenue recognized by the company in its most recent fiscal year, with the applicable year in parentheses.
Example: [[United States dollar|US$]]512,256,128,064 (2004)
Total operating income recognized by the company in its most recent fiscal year, with the applicable year in parentheses.
Example: [[United States dollar|US$]]256,128,064,032 (2004)
Net income or profit realized by the company in its most recent fiscal year, with the applicable year in parentheses.
Example: [[United States dollar|US$]]128,064,032,016 (2004)
The company's total assets under management (AUM), with the applicable year in parenthesis. (Used for financial companies only).
Example: [[United States dollar|US$]]200,000,000,000 (2002)
Total assets controlled by the company.
Example: [[United States dollar|US$]]64,032,016,008 (2004)
Total equity held in the company.
Example: [[United States dollar|US$]]32,016,008,004 (2004)
Current owner of the company, if applicable.
Example: [[Willie Hayes]]
Total number of people employed by the company, with the applicable year in parentheses.
Example: 3,493 (2004)
Holding company, parent company or Group of the company.
Example: [[Google]]
Primary divisions operated by this company.
Example: Operating system software, computer gaming, hardware
Primary subsidiaries operated by the company.
Example (as a part of Hewlett-Packard): [[Compaq]]
Official or primary website operated by the company.
Example: []
Additional notes about the terms, names and figures used in the company's infobox.
Use yes to change some labels from U.S. terminology to internationally-used terms.


In the revenue, operating_income and net_income fields, you may include an indicator icon to indicate the change compared to the previous fiscal year; to avoid confusion, place the indicator before the number. Please note that this is not intended to reflect the actual numerical change in value, only the direction of change compared to the previous year. If no citable information is available for previous fiscal year data, please do not use an icon.

Template:Increase {{increase}}, Template:Steady {{steady}} or Template:Decrease {{decrease}}
Example: {{increase}} [[United States dollar|US$]]128,064,032 (2004)


The Corporation Company
Type Public (Template:Nyse2, Template:Tyo2)
Industry Publishing
Genre Corporate histories
Founded New York City, U.S. (Template:Start date)
Founder(s) Wikiped Wikiad
Headquarters Seattle, Washington, U.S.
Number of locations 300 stores (2000) at 2000-12-31
Area served North America
Key people Wikiped Wikiad (Founder)
Waldo Wikiad (CEO)
Products Books, magazines
Services Literary restoration, literary archiving
Revenue US$500,000,000 (2000), Template:Increase 5% from 1999
Operating income US$350,000,000 (2000) Template:Steady from 1999
Net income US$50,000,000 (2000) Template:Decrease 12% from 1999
Total assets US$1,500,000,000 at 2000-12-31 Template:Decrease 9% from year earlier
Total equity US$950,000,000 at 2000-12-31 Template:Increase 6% from year earlier
Owner(s) Wikiped Wikiad
Employees 1,500 (2000)
Parent Mega Corporation Inc.
Divisions TCC Company Histories, TCC Magazine Services
Subsidiaries Restored Book Company, Super Archives, Ltd.

{{Infobox company
| name             = The Corporation Company
| logo             = [[Image:Example.png|160px]]
| type             = [[Public company|Public]] ({{nyse|TCC1}}, {{tyo|TCC1}})
| genre            = Corporate histories
| predecessor      = The Wikitory Company
| foundation       = [[New York City]], [[United States|U.S.]] ({{Start date|1900}})
| founder          = Wikiped Wikiad
| location_city    = [[Seattle]], [[Washington (U.S. state)|Washington]]
| location_country = [[United States|U.S.]]
| location         = 
| locations        = 300 stores (2000) at 2000-12-31
| area_served      = [[North America]]
| key_people       = Wikiped Wikiad <small>([[Entrepreneur|Founder]])</small> <br />
                     Waldo Wikiad <small>([[Chief executive officer|CEO]])</small>
| industry         = [[Publishing]]
| products         = [[Book]]s, [[magazine]]s
| services         = Literary restoration, literary archiving
| revenue          = US$500,000,000 (2000), {{increase}} 5% from 1999
| operating_income = US$350,000,000 (2000) {{steady}} from 1999
| net_income       = US$50,000,000 (2000) {{decrease}} 12% from 1999
| assets           = US$1,500,000,000 at 2000-12-31 {{decrease}} 9% from year earlier
| equity           = US$950,000,000  at 2000-12-31 {{increase}} 6% from year earlier
| owner            = Wikiped Wikiad
| num_employees    = 1,500 (2000)
| parent           = Mega Corporation Inc.
| divisions        = TCC Company Histories, TCC Magazine Services
| subsid           = Restored Book Company, Super Archives, Ltd.
| homepage         = []
| footnotes        = 
| intl             = 
Wikiand Financial, Inc.
Former type Public
Industry Investment services
Fate Acquired
Predecessor Wilson Wikiana & Company
Successor Wikianian & Wikianian Finances, Inc.
Founded Seattle, Washington, United States (Template:Start date)
Founder(s) William Wikiand
Defunct Template:End date
Headquarters Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Number of locations 350 banks (1999)
Area served North America
Key people William Wikiand (Founder)
Robert Wikiand (CEO)
Products Financial services
Revenue Template:Increase US$326,810,243 (1999)
Operating income Template:Steady US$185,967,452 (1999)
Net income Template:Decrease US$47,698,713 (1999)
Assets under management Template:Increase US$1,127,284,951 (1999)
Total assets Template:Decrease US$981,357,912 (1999)
Total equity Template:Increase US$924,801,752 (1999)
Owner(s) William Wikiand
Employees 1,520 (2000)
Parent Mega Financial Corporation (1959-2000)
Subsidiaries Wikiand Credit Union Inc., Wikiand Loans Inc., Wikiand Mortgages Corporation

{{Infobox company
| name             = Wikiand Financial, Inc.
| logo             = [[Image:Example.png|160px]]
| type             = [[Public company|Public]]
| genre            = 
| fate             = Acquired
| predecessor      = Wilson Wikiana & Company
| successor        = Wikianian & Wikianian Finances, Inc.
| foundation       = [[Seattle]], [[Washington (U.S. state)|Washington]], [[United States]] ({{Start date|1930}})
| founder          = William Wikiand
| defunct          = {{End date|2000}}
| location_city    = [[Atlanta]], [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]]
| location_country = [[United States]]
| location         = 
| locations        = 350 banks (1999)
| area_served      = [[North America]]
| key_people       = William Wikiand ([[Entrepreneur|Founder]])<br />Robert Wikiand ([[Chief executive officer|CEO]])
| industry         = [[Investment|Investment services]]
| products         = [[Financial services]]
| revenue          = {{increase}} [[United States dollar|US$]]326,810,243 (1999)
| operating_income = {{steady}} US$185,967,452 (1999)
| net_income       = {{decrease}} US$47,698,713 (1999)
| aum              = {{increase}} US$1,127,284,951 (1999)
| assets           = {{decrease}} US$981,357,912 (1999)
| equity           = {{increase}} US$924,801,752 (1999)
| owner            = William Wikiand
| num_employees    = 1,520 (2000)
| parent           = Mega Financial Corporation (1959-2000)
| subsid           = Wikiand Credit Union Inc., Wikiand Loans Inc., Wikiand Mortgages Corporation
| homepage         = 
| footnotes        = 
| intl             = 


Company and financial info
  • Datamonitor - Provides free company profiles including descriptions, headquarter address, website address, employees, revenue and other financial data, industry categorization, and more. Additional data is available from purchasable company profiles.
  • Yahoo! Finance - Provides revenue [Revenue (ttm)], operating_income [Operating Cash Flow (ttm)] and net_income [Net Income Avl to Common (ttm)] data, plus various other information. Enter the ticker symbol or find company name, then click on the "Key Statistics" link in the left column. Yahoo! also operates websites in many locations worldwide, links to which are located at the bottom of the web page.
  • Hoover's - Provides revenue and net_income data. Also provides num_employees figures.
  • Many companies also provide annual financial reports as downloadable PDF files in the "investor relations" section of their website. Financial figures are typically found in the last half of an annual report.