S&P Comstock's Revenues Climb Thanks To Sales To Online Redistributors


NEW YORK: Standard & Poor's Comstock's revenues from sales to redistributors have jumped from 20 percent of its total revenues two years ago to 53 percent today. Comstock is now one of the largest businesses at S&P, and margins have grown accordingly.

According to Dan Connell, S&P Comstock's president, the group targeted the online redistribution market outside of North America, and the increase in sales centered in the European and Asian markets.

When Connell joined the company in 1993, Comst

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