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SU Libraries subscribes to many databases with business information. To help you get started, here is a list of the top 10 frequently recommended starting points. See sidebar for additional business information sources (including databases) or browse a list of databases by subject.
Includes articles, books, journals, maps, sound recordings, archival materials, government documents, and more. Use for searching for articles. Narrow or expand results using multiple search refinements.
Note that some specialized business research databases are not indexed in Summon. If you are having trouble finding the business information you need, consider going directly to the appropriate business database or contacting the business librarian.
For Summon search tips, please see the following video tutorials:
The following three video tutorials were developed by Syracuse University Libraries and cover general research starting points and search strategies.
The following video introduction and four video tutorials focus on business research resources.
The four tutorials (which complement the Nuts and Bolts of Great Business Plans page of the Business Information Guide) were developed by Business, Management and Entrepreneurship Librarian Stephanie JH McReynolds to support EEE 457 students as they develop their Capstone business plans. Although developed with EEE 457 students in mind, anyone who is interested in learning more about the business research resources offered by Syracuse University Libraries is welcome to view.
Since the videos cover a lot of material, they have been subdivided into shorter chapters, which can be reached by using the chapter navigation feature in the upper left corner of the video player. An outline of the chapters for each video is also listed below, for your convenience. If something interests you, please check it out. For instance, maybe you already know a lot about IBISWorld, but have never considered exploring the "First Research" industry research module in Mergent Intellect.