Find Business Articles and News
The following guide can help locate business related journals and newspapers. The eJournal search can help locate individual newspapers or journals by title. All other databases allow a researcher to search multiple titles at once.
Note: This database includes all BU subscriptions and searches individual journal or newspaper by name.
BU Library Search
Note: The BU Library Search box found on the Library home page, yields books and academic journals on a wide variety of topics. Type keywords, click on blue search icon, and sort by resource type, creation date, and subject on left hand side- bar on second page. Can be a good starting point, for some topics. For a more detailed search on company, industry, or specifically business information, see databases below.
Business News and Trade Journals
Note: BUSINESS SOURCE COMPLETE contains indexes, abstracts and full text of business publications, scholarly publications and peer-reviewed journals.
Note: Local business news from 40 metropolitan cities across the U.S. Also includes a digital Book of Lists containing rank-ordered companies and organizations for each city.
International business and financial newspaper, featuring news from London, Paris, Frankfurt, New York, and Tokyo. Includes worldwide stock and bond market data, commodity market data, and monetary/currency exchange information. Current issues at Reserve Desk until superseded by microfilm. Available full text through ejournals, Lexis-Nexis Academic Universe, Proquest and Factiva.
Comprehensive coverage of national, foreign, business and local news. Business section considered the most comprehensive of any US daily general circulation newspaper. Current issues at Reserve Desk until superseded by microfilm. Available full text in Lexis-Nexis Academic Universe and Factiva.
Covers news and trends relating to business, industry, finance, the economy, and international commerce. Provides extensive price and other data for the securities, commodity, options, futures, foreign exchange, and money markets. Current issues at Reserve Desk until superseded by microfilm. Available through ejournals, ABI/Inforum and Factiva.