For the most up-to-date company information, the business researcher should look for articles in newspapers, journals, magazines, and trade publications. Some suggested resources for articles are below.
Provides full text access of more than 3500 journals, trade publications, magazines, company reports, and more, in the disciplines of business, including marketing, management, accounting, banking, finance and more.
Also useful for finding company profiles, industry profiles, and SWOT analysis for companies.
I often refer to Business Source Complete as the “Google of Business Information”. Regardless of your topic, Business Source Complete is bound to have something for you. It’s great for company and industry news, academic journals, trade publications, and much more.
A wonderful resource when looking for articles on a company, topic, industry, and more. The database provides full-text access to over 9,000 publications. Especially useful when looking for articles about industries and companies in other countries.
The Wall Street Journal publishes business and finance new from around the globe. Access to WSJ is a 3-year pilot program which began in July 2022. Users need to create a WSJ account during their first visit.
For historical access to WSJ articles, see below.
Does not include listings for stocks, bonds, funds, etc.
Earlier years are available on microfilm. Alden Library has issues beginning in 1927. See ALICE for complete holdings and locations at other campuses.
Wall Street Journal may also be found by searching Factiva, although the Proquest search interface is arguably easier to use.
Nexis Uni (previously known as LexisNexis Academic for ages) is a great source for company or industry news, company profiles, legal cases, financials, family trees, accounting publications, law journals, and more.