Top Two Business Article Databases:
Business Article Database Search Tips:
Additional Recommended Business Article Databases:
Consider expanding your search beyond business article databases by searching in a multidisciplinary database, such as one of the following:
Article Search Tips:
For article search tips, see the following video tutorial:
Google Scholar and Google Search Tips:
Remember that the search strategies you may have learned to use in library article databases may not necessarily work in Google Scholar. Likewise those library article database search strategies may not work with a basic Google search or an advanced Google search. Please see the following two links for Google Scholar and Google search tips.
Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal Digital Edition via Syracuse University Libraries is available to all current Syracuse University faculty, student, and staff NetID holders with @syr.edu email addresses. This digital edition provides access to content beyond the article content that may be found in SU Libraries' databases that include WSJ.
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 tutorial:
When searching in article databases or finding articles online, sometimes it is challenging to determine which type of article you have found. Below is a link to a chart that provides an overview of the differences between scholarly journal, trade publication, and popular magazine articles:
No matter which type of article or source you use, remember to evaluate and cite your sources:
An RSS feed reader will save you time as you strive to keep up with current events and publications.
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) allows you to "subscribe" to online content (such as websites, blogs, and news and business publications) via a feed reader.
Many different RSS feed readers are available, including readers that are part of your browser or email client, as well as readers that may be used with any browser or mobile device.
Feed Reader Tips: