Answered By: Jennifer Harris
Last Updated: Oct 05, 2018     Views: 162

You can find current news about a company using the following databases:

  • ABI/INFORM Complete
    • Newspapers, magazines and scholarly (peer-reviewed) journals, and reports in business disciplines, including management, advertising, marketing, economics, human resources, finance, taxation, and technology.
  • Business Insights: Essentials
    • Newspapers, magazines and scholarly (peer-reviewed) journals, and reports in business disciplines as well as company profiles, company histories and S.W.O.T analysis reports
  • Business Source Ultimate
    • Newspapers, magazines and scholarly (peer-reviewed) journals, and reports in business discipline, includes company reports and S.W.O.T analysis reports
  • D&B Hoovers
    • D&B Hoovers — which combines the best of the former Hoovers solution, insights-rich Dun & Bradstreet data, and the robust Avention OneSource platform — offers deeper insights on your most important industries, accounts, and contacts. It offers one-of-a-kind functionality to help you quickly analyze and understand companies at a level that was previously unheard of. SNHU’s subscription includes CRUSH and One Stop Reports.
  • Nexis Uni 
    • Contains millions of documents from over 8,000 news and business sources and 4,800 legal sources.
  • Mergent Online
    • In-depth public and private company profiles, financial information, and industry overviews.‚Äč
  • Wall Street Journal
    • Searchable database of articles from the world's leading financial newspaper.

Check out the Company Information guide or search for more databases on the A-Z Database List and using the drop down provided to narrow down the subject to "Company & Industry Information".

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