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Answered By: Katie Leahy
Last Updated: Apr 21, 2022     Views: 62

Search within our library databases to locate articles from major news publications and the business press. Tools within the databases will let you search by keyword and limit your results to articles published within a certain date range or publication types (newspapers, magazines, and trade journals).

  • ABI/INFORM Collection (ProQuest) 
    • Search through various business publications including scholarly journals, newspapers, magazines, and trade journals. Includes publications such as The Economist, Business Insider, and the Wall Street Journal.
  • Business Source Complete (EBSCO)
    • Provides coverage of various publications in the business disciplines. Includes publications such as the Harvard Business Review, Bloomberg Businessweek, and more.
  • ProQuest US Newsstream
    • Allows users to search across major national and local U.S. news publications including the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, and the Boston Globe.

You can also take advantage of our special subscriptions to the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Financial Times to search directly on their sites. 

Keyword Suggestions

  • Industry types: Airlines, Beauty products, Fast food, Auto industry, etc.
  • Specific company names and/or types: Wendy’s, Tesla, Boeing, “Fortune 500,” etc.
  • Areas of business: advertising, marketing, sales, “public relations,” “customer relations,” etc.
  • Words from your assignment or textbook: miscommunication, misinterpret, mislead, “communication problem,” “communication failure,” error, mistake, publicity, "mixed messages," misunderstanding, criticism, scandal, etc.
  • Means of miscommunication: “Press release,” “social media,” “product promotion,” “advertising campaign,” interview, memo, letter, etc.