Providing a suite of API endpoints to extract alternative data. Social sentiment analysis of companies, file analysis, insider trade retrieval and analysis, analyst ratings, ESG scoring.
Accessible through RapidAPI.
Free trial, 100 API calls/month. 2 requests/second
Requires Postgres as its back-end if you self-host.
Patch this into Searx?
Provides a way for you to view the latest NASDAQ.com content directly from your favorite RSS reader. You can also use the RSS feed to automatically display headlines on your own website.
The increasing risk that the Supreme Court will overturn federal constitutional abortion protections has refocused attention on the role digital service providers of all kinds play in facilitating access to health information, education, and care—and the data they collect in return.
In a post-Roe world, service providers can expect a raft of subpoenas and warrants seeking user data that could be employed to prosecute abortion seekers, providers, and helpers. They can also expect pressure to aggressively police the use of their services to provide information that may be classified in many states as facilitating a crime.
Whatever your position on reproductive rights, this is a frightening prospect for data privacy and online expression. That’s the bad news.
The Commercial Military Actor Database (CMAD) is able to support research on civil war and commercial military actors. First, the CMAD covers all civil wars from 1980 to 2016 across all of the world’s regions except Europe, which enables the investigation of long-term regional and global trends. Second, the CMAD encompasses the corporate market segment and mercenary outfits, which facilitates the analysis of how those actors have impacted conflicts differently. Third, containing detailed information about the relationships behind exchanges, the CMAD allows users to disaggregate market exchanges.
A still alive and updated archive of telephony information. Area codes, exchanges, regional telcos, rate centers, deployed hardware types, and more.
You can even search on some data sets.
This is a comprehensive repository for many, if not all, topics related to Hong Kong, and in addition, this repository contains a detailed list of western companies who bend to Chinese will and censor themselves or others in order to appease the CCP.
This website aims to show who really owns the products and services we use every day, and where their profits and taxes really end up. It also reveals the intimate, sometimes incestuous relationships between these companies and the politicians whose decisions shape our lives and society. Our aim is to be the go-to site for citizens, the media, or anyone who wants to shine a spotlight on the way that corporations and governments work together for their mutual benefit.
Recent changes ATOM feed: https://www.wikicorporates.org/mediawiki/api.php?hidebots=1&urlversion=1&days=7&limit=50&action=feedrecentchanges&feedformat=atom
The open database of sanctions targets and persons of interest. Persons of interest data provides the key that helps analysts find evidence of corruption, money laundering and other criminal activity. We consolidate data from a broad range of sources and take on the complex task of transforming it into a clean and well-understood dataset. OpenSanctions makes both its database and processing tools available for free. It's easy to use the material, contribute to the project and integrate the technology.
Search over 16 million beneficial ownership records. Disclosures from over 7 million companies. Search by company name or number. Cleaned company data, matched against OpenCorporates. Overcome the limits of national registers: Search by name. Data on owners from over 200 jurisdictions. Intelligently de-duplicated ownership data.
Beneficial ownership and control is about the people who ultimately call the shots, or receive the benefits, from a company. Disclosure can help bring an end to the abuse of anonymous companies.
This is a repo to house rejection letter templates for tech industry recruiters maintained by members of NYC-DSA Tech Action, Tech Workers Coalition NYC, and Coworker.org.
Feel free to use these templates to create or modify your own refusal letters to tech companies engaged in practices that don’t align with the principles of social justice, community accountability, or worker democracy.
Powerbase is a free guide to networks of power, lobbying, public relations and the communications activities of governments and other interests. It is a project of Public Interest Investigations and Spinwatch.
Find phone numbers, addresses and other contact information for US corporations.
A searchable database of doctors around the country and how much money they got from pharmeceutical companies.
A website dedicated to helping people navigate mazes of IVR systems to talk to a human operator.
A wiki that documents vendors of surveillance, wiretapping, and interception technologies, what their products are capable of, and the countries that buy their gear and what they use it for. Also discusses some of the issues surrounding large-scale communications interception.
NASDAQ's canonical list of energy companies traded on that exchange. Includes share price trends, market valutation, and trade volumes.
Stocktwits' list of stock symbols for companies that haven't gone public yet.
The developer signup page for Full Contact, which is a search engine and database for social media and personal information. You can get an API key for it.
A book in a github repo that explains benefits, stocks, and compensation from companies and corporations to geeks and hackers. I have this checked out on Windbringer. I should add this to the GoZ wiki.