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ABI/INFORM (available in multiple iterations and coverage levels) is one of the most comprehensive business databases on the market. The database is designed for students and faculty at business schools offering the latest business and financial information for researchers at all levels. With ABI/INFORM, users can find out about business conditions, management techniques, business trends, management practice and theory, corporate strategy and tactics and competitive landscape.
Database of global news sources on finance and business; Factiva provides full-text to many major national and regional newspapers such as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Globe and Mail, and The Financial Times. The resource also provides text from newswires and television and radio news transcripts.
PoliticoProPolitico Pro is a premium news service offered by POLITICO, a global news and information company covering politics and policy making in the U.S. and internationally. Politico Pro offers subscription-based access to breaking news alerts and in-depth reporting catered primarily to a political audience (federal agencies, political staffers, lobbyists, analysts and related sectors). Political Pro offers coverage of 16 policy areas including agriculture and trade, defense, education, energy, health care, technology, transportation, and others. Articles frequently link to source documents stored within Pro's "Document Drawer" (with documents dating back to 2011). http://www.politico.com/pro
The Wall Street Journal
Digital subscription to The Wall Street Journal provides unlimited access to www.wsj.com, a business-focused, international online newspaper. It is published by Dow Jones & Company.
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