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Dun & Bradstreet Corp.

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D&B reported third-quarter 2015 results wherein earnings topped the Zacks Consensus Estimate while revenues missed the same. D&B’s high-margin business model, strong international growth potential, strategic investments, accretive cloud-based acquisitions and aggressive share buyback are expected to drive growth in the long run. The company's divestment of its Australia/New Zealand business is also a positive in the long run. However, increasing competition along with rising operating costs will continue to hurt revenues and profitability, going ahead. Also, weakness in DNBi and a high debt level can pose challenges.


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