Articles & Databases
20 resources found.
- (-) Market Research
IBISWorld is the largest collection of industry and market research including specialized industries for small business research. Systematic downloading of Ibisworld reports is not permitted. We ask that ibrary users respect this limit and download no more than 1 or 2 Ibisworld reports per day at the library. (Multiple downloads will result in freezing the library's account and will prevent access for other users.) Thank you for your cooperation!
Business Insights provides in depth coverage of businesses, including company profiles, industry profiles, products and brands, financial reports, company rankings, histories and full text periodical articles. Formerly known as Business & Company Resource Center.
Business Monitor Online
Market research reports on 175 global markets and Industry reports on 14 major industry sectors. Multinational company profiles, macroeconomic data, country risk analysis, country forecasts, and country updates.
Market research information related to e-business, online marketing,social media and emerging technologies. eMarketer aggregates and analyzes e-business research from over 1,700 sources. Research is presented in analyst reports and an "eStat Database" feature which is a comprehensive compilation of up-to-date e-business and online marketing statistics.
Emerging Markets - Internet Securities
Full-text articles, news, company, industry and market information for emerging market countries around the world.
Industry profiles which include industry overview, recent developments, business challenges, trends and opportunities, executive insight, call preparation questions, financial information, industry ratio's, industry forecast and rating, web links and acronyms. Print, or save information.
Plunkett Research Online
Industry trends, market research and trends organized in 32 industry research centers. Find statistics, industry data, company contacts, organizations, market trends and more. Also, see the new research center for job seekers. ** Please remember to click to LOG OUT when done, don't just switch to another database. The library has a limited number of licenses for this database and if you do not log out other library users will not be able to access.
Magazine and newspaper index for companies and industries focusing on markets and products around the world.
Provides addresses, sales information, executives, for over 11 million U.S. Now includes job listings.
Simply Map includes thousands of demographic, business, and marketing data variables.
Sports Business Research Network
Locate statistical market research data for 63 sports, 85 product categories, plus full-text articles and reports in more than 10 leading trade publications covering U.S. and international sports marketing and sporting goods business.
Comprehensive database of media and marketing information. Offers coverage of traditional media--such as magazines, newspapers, television and radio--as well as today's alternative marketing opportunities such as online, out-of-home and direct marketing. Catalogs more than 60,000 media properties in all. **To access this database, patrons must be logged in by SIBL staff.**
Statistical Abstracts of the United States
Published annually by the federal government since 1878, the Statistical Abstact of the United States is the best known statistical reference publication in the country. It provides information to statistical questions and a guide to statistical sources. Beginning in 2012, ProQuest assumed responsibility for updating and maintaining the Statistical Abstracts. This database incorporates editions from 1970 to the present. All tables are available as GIF images and Excel files.
Statistical Abstracts of the World
An aggregate of the statistical abstracts of nearly forty countries, generally issued by the national statistical offices of foreign governments. Also includes global and regional statistical compendia issued by international organizations and research firms.
Wall Street Journal, 1984-present
Full text of the Wall Street Journal, 1984-present.