This is a good source of information for finding articles about companies, both public and private, and industries and the technological, regulatory, political and ethical issues that impact them within a global environment. It contains some full text articles. Searches can be limited to just “scholarly journals.”
Provides basic and detailed information on both public and privately held companies and multinationals. The reports on companies usually include financial information, competitor information, market share reports, rankings and industry and other information. Searches can be done by using company name or industry name or number (SIC or NAICS).
Find up to date proprietary editorial content covering more than 40,000 public and non-public companies and 225,000 key executives. Hoover's, widely recognized as a leading provider of corporate data, delivers in depth industry analyses, information on a company's location, summary financials, top competitors, top officers, and more.
IBISWorld is a comprehensive collection of Industry Market Research. Reports consist of 30 to 40 pages of key statistics and analysis on market characteristics, operating conditions, current and forecast performance, major industry participants, and more.
This useful resource contains full text articles on social, technological, regulatory and political issues. It is also helpful for finding information on private companies. In addition to the “Business” component, there is a "Legal" component, which gives access to articles on legal and regulatory issues, and statutory laws and court cases.
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Included in this database are reports on industries and public companies and extensive financial information. The industry reports are fairly current and include information about trends and domestic and global issues of concern.
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