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Finding Articles on Your Products
You may find articles on your products through an electronic database, but information doesn’t count as an "article" if you find it through a web site. If you can’t find the name of the journal, magazine or newspaper the information is from in the website your'e using, then it's not an article. A quicker and easier way to find the articles you need is to use the databases below (click on the database names!).
Business Insights: Essentials
Presents full text profiles, including histories, chronologies, civil claims, financial data and rankings, of US and international firms; articles from business journals, newsletters, and the business sections in newspapers; selected investment reports from Investext; industry overviews; and industry trade associations. Formerly called Business and Company Resource Center.
Business Source Premier
Business Source Premier supplies access to thousands of regional, national, and international scholarly business journals, business periodicals, and industry publications, on topics such as management, economics, finance, accounting, international business and much more. There is full text coverage for a high percentage of the titles. Includes embedded full page images for many of the full text journals. Also has country economic reports from the Economist Intelligence Unit, WEFA, CountryWatch and the Icon Group.
Provides a collection of articles from authoritative business sources, including the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, the Dow Jones and Reuters newswires, and the Associated Press, as well as Reuters Fundamentals, and D&B and Bureau van Dijk company profiles. To search for a specific journal or newspaper use 'More Search Options' next to the search box. Note: Security certificate warnings may appear. It is safe to continue.
Use the Gale Business Collection to research companies, the products and technologies they produce, and the markets in which they compete. Includes summaries and full text from business and trade journals, industry newsletters, newspapers, market research studies, news releases, and investment and brokerage firm reports. This collection replaces PROMT, Business Index ASAP, Business & Company ASAP, and General Business File.