Value Line Investment Survey (Value Line)
Survey comes in three parts. Pt. 1: Summary and Index is a summary of stock prices and is an index to the industry analyses and full company reports. Pt. 3 contains the Ratings and Reports. About 1700 separate stocks are analyzed on a rotating basis. Trends in about 75 industry groups are also analyzed. Part 2: Selection and Opinion provides a forecast for the U.S. economy.
LexisNexis Academic (LexisNexis)
Pulling from a variety of sources, LexisNexis compiles snapshots with the essential information about the company and its performance through the Company Dossier. You can easily find current news, legal and intellectual property information, financials and more. Check out the How to Use LexisNexis: Business guide for tips on getting the most from the resource.
Hoover's Company Records (Hoovers via ProQuest)
Find company descriptions, financials and top competitors.
Standard & Poor's NetAdvantage
S&P provides company intelligence in their Company Profiles, from a business overview to valuation and financials for the past five years. The Stock Reports take the financial analysis a step further with more in-depth numbers with ratios, earnings estimates and more. Just click on the Companies link in the center navigation to access the information.
Many of the information providers listed at the left pull their facts and figures directly from the corporate SEC filings - read the primary sources yourself:
LexisNexis: Select Business → SEC Filings in the left side navigation. Select report type (annual reports or 10-K reports) and dates from the menus and search by company name.
EDGAR Search: The SEC houses the reports on their website and are searchable through EDGAR. Filings back to 1994 are available.
(Not sure which form to use? This description of SEC forms (PDF) should help.)