Dun & Bradstreet No Longer Moody

NEWS RETRIEVAL - compiled by Samara Zwanger

Dun & Bradstreet (dnb.com) is spinning off Moody’s Investors Service (moodys.com), its credit-rating subsidiary. Of course, that won’t leave much left over. Moody’s, which offers credit ratings, research and analysis of debt instruments and other securities for the capital markets, accounted for about 51 percent of Dun & Bradstreet’s operating profit for the fiscal year that ended September 30. Meanwhile, Dun & Bradstreet officials are currently searching for a CEO for Dun & Bradstreet Operating

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