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Global Insight

IHS Global Insight
Headquarters Lexington, Massachusetts, United States
Revenue $100 Million
Number of employees
Over 700 in more than 14 countries
Website www.ihsglobalinsight.com

Global Insight is an

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References

  • IHS Global Insight web site
  • SupplierBusiness web site

External links

See also

Global Insight was privately held, and founded by Joseph E. Kasputys, who served as its president and CEO. On September 18, 2008, IHS Inc. agreed to purchase Global Insight for $200 million.[6][7]

Ownership and management

Global Insight was formed in March 2001 from the merger of WEFA (formerly Wharton Econometric Forecasting Associates) and DRI (formerly Data Resources Inc), together with Primark Decision Economics (later called Decision Economics, Inc.),[2] Primark Poland (later GlobalInTech, sp. z o.o.)[3][4] and the French company DAFSA; it estimated 2008 revenues at $120 million.[5] It since acquired several other companies, including PlanEcon, CIEMEX, Reebie Associates, and London-based World Markets Research Centre. On November 2, 2007, Global Insight acquired SupplierBusiness.[1]

History

Contents

  • History 1
  • Ownership and management 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4
  • References 5

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