BUSX Subject Gateway
Overviews on topics from accounting, economics, finance, law, management, and marketing, and technology.
Overviews of topics related to business ethics, career development, leadership, management, and more. Don't forget to check out the Further Readings link for additional sources on a topic.
Articles from newspapers, trade publications, magazines, and scholarly journals on all aspects of business. Also covers economics.
Features SWOT Analyses and industry profiles from Datamonitor; country reports.
U.S. and international news, company information, and market data. Create custom company reports.
LexisNexis Academic includes full text newspapers, company news and financial information, as well as federal, state, and international legal materials. Also contains some medical and reference sources.
Articles from the Wall Street Journal back to 1984.
(Note: the WSJ is also available in the Factiva database back to June 1979.)
Pulls together company financials, market data, relevant news, parents & subsidiaries, law cases & patents, from a range of sources.
You may also search Company Profiles (including Hoover's) specifically.
To check for a SWOT Analysis for your company or a competitor, first search for your company by name.
Then, under Refine your Results (left side of screen), under Source Types, click "Show More."
Choose the link to SWOT Analyses, if available.
Search for a company by name or ticker on the upper right of the main screen to access a company profile (including news, financials, and a list of competitors), as well as a stock report and interactive analysis via the “How to Analyze” link.
ValueLine analysts follow over 1,700 stocks in 98 industries.
For a stock report: Click Lookup Company (left side of screen) > look up company by ticker or name.
How to interpret Value Line company (stock) reports.
Historical financials & selected ratios for public companies. Brief company information. Allows you to create custom lists according to your criteria as well as comparison reports & spreadsheets.
Information on 24 million U.S. companies, including contact information and financial data. Particularly useful for smaller companies.
Key sources for company info, financials, and market share, as well as article and book search tips. From Shana Gass, TU Business librarian.
In-depth coverage of broad North American industries. Examples: Apparel & Footwear, Household Durables, Movies & Home Entertainment.
First search for your industry by name (or, on the Advanced Search screen, by NAICS code).
On the left side of the screen: Under Refine Your Results > Source Types > select Show More. Select Industry Profiles, if available.
Go to Advanced Search to select Market Share Reporter & Business Rankings Annual.
Search by product, company, brand, industry code, etc., for market shares and other rankings.
- Tables in Market Share Reporter without geographic designation are U.S. figures.
- Older editions in REFERENCE / STACKS HF5410 .M35
Profiles of worldwide industries.
Profiles of American industries. Arranged by SIC code.
Profiles of innovative industries. New coverage of Game Design & Development, Green Construction, Medical Tourism, and. Tablet Computers.
News and market research for the sporting goods and sports marketing industries.
Key sources and strategies for industry research. Article and book search tips.
Comprehensive source on careers, including salary, future prospects, nature of the work, and educational requirements. From the U.S. Department of Labor.
Knowledge, skills, abilities, work styles, tasks, and wages for careers. A must for job analysis. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration.
The Career Center offers career advising, counseling, resume and cover letter reviews, and more. It also has a library of books to help with things like choosing a career and writing resumes.
...to identify coverage of additional subscriptions in Business at Cook Library.