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What's Datalog?

Datalog is a company checker for British, American, Canadian and Irish companies.

We have a vast database of company profiles allowing you to discover information about UK, Irish, Canadian and American business entities (states: Alaska, Colorado, Iowa, Ohio, Texas, NY, Virginia, Rhode Island, Michigan, Oregan, Washington and Wyoming) to help you decide:

  • Should you do business with them
  • Competitor analysis on your competitors
  • Undertake business credit information research
  • Should you buy them
  • Are they trustworthy
  • Are they in trouble
  • Do they behave ethically
  • Should you work for them
  • Can I sell to them
  • Have they got any money if you take them to court
  • What assets do they have
  • Maybe you are just nosey

Types of information we have for free:

  • Corporation filing information
  • Business entity searches
  • Director checks
  • Corporate action data
Stats

Stats on what's here:

Companies 23,027,418
UK Busines rates 2,203,058
Company Patents 222,883
Legal Notices 904,230
Government Company Spend £ 127,155,838,306
Government Transactions 13,361,737
Government Grants to Companies £ 2,732,852,178
Government Grants 13,986
UK Regulatory Fines/Enforcement £572,896,600
Business licences 994,822
UK Legal charges 2,256,843
Company Registrar Records 150,200,176
Company Annual Reports 8,390,604

Browse companies: [ 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z ]
Getting Started on Datalog
BHS in the news
There are rumours in the media of the UK high street store BHS going into administration. See what info we have on BHS Group and the company which bought it for GBP £1 last Retail acquisitions Limited RAL

Is £3k per month on coffee excessive?
Birmingham city council was spending on average £3k per month on coffee with Starbucks. In times of governmental austerity, is that excessive?

Lloyds Bank Shares to go on sale
George Osbourne plans to sell at least £ 2Bn of the government stake in Lloyds Bank. See what data we have on Lloyds Bank and see whether you think it's a good time to buy.

What's new?
Facebook UK paid just £ 4,327 corporation tax for 2014 with a turnover of £ 104M.
Want to find out more about Facebook? Take a look at their latest accounts for the UK subsidiary.

USA State of Iowa
We've found new data to bring the State of Iowa to life. We're adding details of government spend with Iowa companies to show their sources of income.

The bulk of public sector spend is with community organisations:

CompanyGovernment income
DELTA DENTAL OF IOWA USD $111,048,368
IOWA SOYBEAN ASSOCIATION USD $103,573,007
COMMUNITY ACTION OF EASTERN IOWA USD $23,741,886
NORTH IOWA COMMUNITY ACTION ORGANIZATION USD $22,232,976
OPERATION THRESHOLD USD $21,771,623
COMMUNITY ACTION OF SOUTHEAST IOWA USD $20,934,496
WOODWARD YOUTH CORPORATION USD $17,334,577
BUENA VISTA UNIVERSITY USD $16,823,146
FORT DODGE ASPHALT COMPANY USD $14,729,383
GRAND VIEW UNIVERSITY USD $14,682,622

Offshore Company Formation
Read our article on offshore company formation where we explore the pro's and con's of offshore companies including territories like Delaware which you won't normally think of as a tax haven!

USA State of Colorado
We've added details of security charges (commercial property purchases, transfers and disposals) for Colorado companies based in Denver. Denver government spend with corporations as well as data on company tradenames and trademarks.

UK Winding Up Orders
Our analysis of historical petitions to wind up a company, reveals that HMRC is the biggest threat to a company. HMRC raised 720 out of the 1,560 petitions we looked at (46%). If you want to stay in business - make sure you pay the tax man!

Availability of funding for business is frequently mentioned in the news. Take a look at our detailed analysis of all mortgage charges registered with Companies House. Availability of funding for small businesses doesn't seem to be the issue which is portrayed in the media.

Data Mining Corporate Data
With so much data on Datalog, we can mine our vast databases to extract useful insights into the corporate world. Which types of companies are going into administration? Which are the oldest companies that have gone bankrupt? What are the trends in company formation? What types of companies are being formed? What businesses for sale are available in the UK?

Failed companies with patents

Company Name # Patents Administration Date
CHARLES OWEN AND COMPANY (BOW) LIMITED 2 2017-01-18
INSUMAT LIMITED 1 2017-01-12
SYMBIAN LIMITED 32 2017-01-06
COLSON CASTORS LIMITED 7 2017-01-04
TIDEWAY SYSTEMS LIMITED 1 2017-01-04
PSION CONNECT LIMITED 2 2016-12-28
WAPPLE.NET LIMITED 1 2016-12-23
CORALBAY ASSOCIATES LIMITED 2 2016-12-23
GZERO LIMITED 2 2016-12-19
ZZZZ SANDFIELD LIMITED 1 2016-12-13
FHOSS TECHNOLOGY LIMITED 1 2016-11-29
INDEX FLEXICO LIMITED 1 2016-11-24
CASSOWARY LIMITED 1 2016-11-23
YUBL HOLDINGS LIMITED 2 2016-11-17
TOXIMET LIMITED 3 2016-11-14

These companies have recently gone into liquidation/administration and have previously filed patents. There may be assets which are salvageable from the business.

Recent Winding-Up Orders
Name Date of Winding Up Order
PROTEK ELECTRICAL LIMITED 2017-01-18
PARQUET PERIOD LIMITED 2017-01-18
CARPET CONNOISSEURS LIMITED 2017-01-18
AJS BUILDING SERVICES LIMITED 2017-01-18
HAMILTON KING MANAGEMENT LIMITED 2017-01-18
ALLTOOLS LIMITED 2017-01-18
FIFTEEN ST.JOHN STREET LIMITED 2017-01-18
A STAR OFFICE SUPPLIES LIMITED 2017-01-18
REFINED MARQUES LIMITED 2017-01-18
MARBLE FINANCIAL CONSULTING LIMITED 2017-01-18
EUCALYPTUS CLOTHING LIMITED 2017-01-18
ECO HEAT WISE LTD 2017-01-18
SPORTS HOSPITALITY PARTNERSHIP LTD 2017-01-18
CATERHAM TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION LTD 2017-01-18
JAMES CAMERON & PARTNERS LIMITED 2017-01-18

Winding up orders are an indicator a company is in trouble. It's when another organisation - usually a creditor - seeks to kill the company. Winding-up orders are not the death of a company but they can be. If a company repeatedly has winding-up orders against it, it's a strong indicator that the company is either poorly run or has cash-flow problems.

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