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VBIC: Articles and News

Articles

  • Use E-journals if you are looking for articles in a specific newspaper, magazine or journal, and you know the exact title of the source (ex. Harvard Business Review, Wall Street Journal).  Searching in E-Journals will tell you which database contains that specific journal.
  • If you are looking for articles on a business topic (ex. business ethics), use one of the following databases: Business Source Complete, Academic Search Premier.
  • NOTE: If you cannot find an article in electronic format, check the UMD Catalog to see if the Libraries have a print subscription and if not owned by Libraries use Interlibrary Loan to obtain books or journal articles not held in the University System of Maryland Libraries (USMAI).
  • Remember to cite your sources.
  • VIDEO: How to Find Articles

News

If you want to browse today's newspapers on-line:

  • Go to Factiva
    1. Click on News Pages top menu.
    2. Scroll down to find current and last 2 weeks of selected newspapers or last two months of selected magazines. (Available titles: The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, LosAngelesTimes, , Barron's, Forbes) Factiva covers over 8000 titles, search all together by clicking on Search (top menu), or select specific titles to search in the Source link left hand side of screen while in the Search screen.
  • Go to LexisNexis Academic
    1. Click on News on the top menu bar.
    2. Click Business & Industry and Newspapers and Wires.
    3. Searches will default to the most recent three months. Adjust the time period searched in the Specify Date box.
  • Go to National Newspapers for Core Newspapers (i.e., Baltimore Sun, Christian Science Monitor, New York Times, Wall Street Journal)
  • Go to CEOExpress, if you are looking for current daily business news.
  • Remember to cite your sources.