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Access is generally available to all users. Registration or account creation might be required to access.

For commercial websites, the UCI Libraries do not offer premium memberships or subscriptions.


Access is available to all users ON the UCI campus and at GML.

OFF campus access requires Authorized Affiliates to log into the VPN with their active UCInetID and password. Authorized Affiliates are users with an active UCInetID and password, i.e. current UCI students, faculty, and staff.


Access requires an active UCInetID and password.

Authorized Affiliates are users with an active UCInetID and password, i.e. current UCI students, faculty, and staff.


These resources are not licensed by the UCI Libraries, but librarians occasionally promote them when they are relevant for certain types of research.

Access is available only for Authorized Affiliates, who are also affiliated with the Paul Merage School of Business.


The resources are limited to select UCI populations, based on the user’s status, e.g. current UCI Faculty or PhD students. Please refer to the UCI Libraries for access instructions.

Examples for why content may be limited include: a vendor set restrictions on who may access their information; alternatively, information may be sensitive, identifying, or embargoed;


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Workforce-  Executives and Leadership

Executives and Leadership



Organizational (org) charts are pretty much impossible to find, especially free and reliable org charts of for-profit companies.  Companies have no incentive to share their org chart because disclosing it might weaken their competitive position.  

  • To understand a public company's major operational units, look at its Annual Report (10-K).  
  • Analyze a company's About page, its News/Press releases, and its Job ads for clues about leaders, changes in leadership, and reporting lines.  
  • Students doing educational, non-commercial research for course credit could ask a company for its org chart, but students should talk to their instructor before contacting a company.


S&P Capital IQ
Access: UCI - Authorized Affiliates
Geography: Global

A comprehensive company intelligence database, offering granular financial and capital structure information on millions of companies worldwide.  Also features biographic and professional connection information for millions of business practitioners.  


Nexis Uni Company Dossier
Access: UCI
Geography: Global

Formerly LexisNexis Academic.  The Company Dossier tool has public and private company information (as available), for companies worldwide.  Particularly helpful for hierarchical parent/subsidiary relationships and some executive email addresses (as available). 

MarketLine Advantage
Access: UCI
Geography: Global

The downloadable company profiles include a segment called Key Employees, with brief biographies and compensation data. 


Marquis Who's Who
Access: UCI
Geography: US

Comprehensive profiles on the most accomplished individuals from all fields of endeavor including: government, business, science and technology, the arts, entertainment, and sports.


Executive Paywatch
Access: Public

From the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO).  Includes a database of CEO pay data as well as CEO-to-worker ratios.

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