Most knowledge available in books and other sources usually is not relevant “as is” to a company.
A service that helps companies compile and create their own books that reflect what they need to include in these books, basically tailoring them to the company’s needs. These can be then used by the company’s employees to get the precise knowledge they need.
Some insight into the “hidden” prices of some companies.
A website where users can share anonymously their experience with prices of services, products, and companies that do not make their prices public.
To give you a better perspective (financial status, lawsuits, etc.) on them and not just what they show and tell.
A browser plugin that shows you relevant external information. The information is served from a service that crawls data about companies from many sources. For the more popular companies, the data is augmented and edited by humans.
We see “best place to work” or “most wanted companies”, but most are lists coming from advertisers, or publishers with an interest in the results of these lists.
Have a website where anyone can just say: “I want to work for X company” – and vote for that company. Then show how many want to for each company.