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From the 1954 through the 1992 Economic Censuses, the U.S. Census Bureau published a collection of enterprise statistics reports. As stated in the 1992 Company Summary, the most recent report in this series:
"Essentially, the enterprise statistics program involves aggregating the census data records of establishments that are under common ownership or control and assigning company codes to show various economic characteristics of the firms that own or control the establishments."
Since 1954, the number of reports published in each census has varied. In 1954, two reports were published — a company summary report and a report on auxiliary units (central administrative offices and auxiliaries). For 1958, 1963, and 1967, reports linking census establishment reports with tax return reports were published but subsequently discontinued due to limited use (though these tables were still provided to the Bureau of Economic Analysis for several more censuses). In later economic censuses, tables on mergers and acquisitions and tables presenting data for large companies were published. The last reports were published in 1992, including a company summary, large company data, and data on auxiliary units.
The Enterprise Statistics Program was discontinued after 1992, but it will be restored as part of the 2012 Economic Census. No publications are available between 1992 and 2007. Please note that data are not necessarily comparable between survey periods. Refer to the methodology section of each publication for more information.
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