Forbes.com Unveils Company Lists

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Forbes.com (www.forbes.com), New York, recently started selling its lists of top 500 companies over the Internet -- in a downloadable format compatible with most spreadsheet software applications -- that should save sales professionals and direct marketers hours wasted keying in data.


It has made available "The 500 Largest Private Companies in the U.S.," "The Forbes 500s Annual Directory of America's Leading Companies," "The Forbes Platinum 400 List of Best-Performing Large Companies" and "The 200 Best Small Companies."


Prices range from $159 to $259. The e-commerce software was supplied by Seattle firm Qpass (www.qpass.com).
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