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FINDING A COMPANY'S ORGANIZATION or HIERARCHY CHARTS
Corporate organization charts (sometimes known as hierarchy charts) may be proprietary information and may not be freely available. In this case finding official "org charts" for some companies may be difficult.. Sometimes you can find an outside source that offers "unofficial" charts (i.e. anyone can edit them). Also,since companies tend to move its employees around, an organizational chart found on the web may not be current.
SMALL OR LOCAL BUSINESS ORGANIZATION CHARTS
With local or smaller business you might contact the company directly, explain that you are a student and need the information for an assignment or a project.
In the search box, enter your company's name or it's ticker symbol and look under the company's Annual Reports.
The United States (Federal) government shares information and data with the public through numerous databases and websites. Access to this information is available for free from the government. The following government resources may be useful in helping you retrieve information about specific companies, the economy, and markets.
State and Local Government Websites