A collection of state, national, and international news, company and industry information, state and county profiles, state and national legal information, and biographical data.Sources include: popular and business magazines, newspapers, wire services, broadcast transcripts, company and industry reports, international news, business, legal, medical, and reference publications, and non-English language sources, U.S. Federal and state case law, codes, regulations, legal news, law reviews, and international legal information.
A comprehensive online resource for finding companies and products manufactured in North America where you can: place orders online; view and download millions of computer aided design (CAD) drawings; and view thousands of online company catalogs and websites. Search by: Product or service, company name, or, brand name and limit by geographic location.
Originated from The Thomas Register of American Manufacturers, known as the "big green books" and "Thomas Registry", was in its heyday, a 34-volume, 3 section buying guide offering instant sourcing information on industrial products and services, along with comprehensive specifications and detailed product information from thousands of manufacturers. First published in 1898 as a single volume by Harvey Mark Thomas as Hardware and Kindred Trades, it grew to be known as “the purchasing bible” and “the bible of industry” by industrial professionals across North America and around the world. Its 100th and final edition was published in 2006. Today, Thomas Register is the proprietary database powering the foundation of ThomasNet.com.