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Company Information: News Sources

Research Guide for Company Information resources

Today's News

For the Wall Street Journal - NEW subscription with WSJ - Wall Street Journal Online - Full access to the wsj.com website and wsj.com/education. Create account using your @gatech.edu email - then, you can also download the WSJ app on Android / iOS devices. Has “Education” pages for Professors and for Students.

Text (in html)  is available daily in these databases: Wall Street Journal (ProQuest Newspapers)Factiva ; US Newsstream ; ABI/Inform Global ; ABI/Inform Collection  - consider use these databases for searching for articles.

      For headlines and text of latest 14 days -- try first: Factiva -- "News Pages" tab/feature

      note: US Newsstream and ABI/Inform are also ProQuest databases

  Periodical Articles

Periodicals have a wealth of information.  For a large corporation or topic, a cover story provides a great starting point.  The Library's paid subscriptions are supplemented by what is available through our large database providers - saving you time! 

   Listed here are our most popular business periodical databases:

 

For browsing recent scholarly journals, try:

Harvard Business Review -- as noted above, full-text of articles are exclusively in EBSCO databases for business (such as Business Source Ultimate). Yet, about 500 of the most-used articles cannot be printed or saved. And, no articles accessed via EBSCO can be used in course reserves or course management systems such as Canvas. [A statement about this can be found on the last page of the pdf of the article.  More detail is on the Copyright Permission page of Harvard Business Publishing. For rates and permission for use in courses, contact:  permissions@harvardbusiness.org ]

Newspapers

For the Wall Street Journal - text available daily in these databases: Factiva ; US Newsstream ; ABI/Inform Global ; ABI/Inform Collection

      try first: Factiva -- "News Pages" tab/feature -- headlines and articles from the past 2 weeks, arranged by Section.