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Research Databases: Business

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  • Business Source Complete
    (EBSCO) Provides "journal and magazine full-text articles, financial data, case studies, industry reports, market research reports, company profiles, SWOT analyses and more."
  • Business Abstracts with Full Text
    (EBSCO/H.W. Wilson) Full-text for articles in close to 460 publications from 1982 to the present.
  • Wall Street Journal
    (ProQuest) Provides business news and information on financial markets worldwide. Comprehensive coverage from 1984 to present.
  • Small Business Reference Center
    (EBSCO) Features some 400 full-text periodicals, over 450 full-text reference books, videos, and business plans.
  • Regional Business News
    (EBSCO) Daily international newswires and regional business publications.
  • LexisNexis Academic
    (LexisNexis) Contains laws and court rulings as well as law reviews and legal analysis for state and federal courts; full-text U.S. and world news articles, magazines, and journals; and company profiles for private and public businesses.
  • ABI/Inform Complete (LSC-Montgomery)
    (ProQuest)  Current business information, from scholarly journals and dissertations, to company, industry and market focused trade news, with some historical coverage back to 1900.
  • Fuente Académica Premier
    (EBSCO) Help
    Full text coverage (including PDF) for nearly 200 scholarly academic journals in the Spanish language.

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  • Houston Business Journal - free web
    (American City Business Journals, Inc.) Local business news, industry news, and market intelligence for the Greater Houston area. Search back issues from 1996 to the present in their archives.
  • Houston Chronicle - free web
    (Hearst Communications Inc.) Access the electronic copy of today's Houston Chronicle
  • Patent and Trademark Database - free web
    (U.S. Patent & Trademark Office) United States patents, trademarks, abstracts, full-text and images available.
  • Regional Business News
    (EBSCO) Daily international newswires and regional business publications.
  • ThomasNet® - free web
  • (Thomas Publishing Company) Includes Thomas Register® and Thomas Regional® and is a comprehensive online resource for finding companies and products manufactured in North America. Free registration is required to view company records.
  • Yahoo! Finance incl. Historical Stock Prices - free web
    (Commodity Systems, Inc. (CSI)/Hemscott Americas) Search for a company by name or ticker symbol. On the company's page, click "Historical Data" in the options row. Select a date range and specify daily, weekly, monthly or dividend information. View the resulting table and/or download it to a spreadsheet.
  • Historical Stock Quotes-Big Charts - free web
    (MarketWatch, Inc./Dow Jones & Company) Allows users to input a company's stock symbol and find high/low/closing stock prices for currently-traded companies from 1970 to the present.
  • Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance - free web
    (General Services Administration) Comprehensive listing of assistance programs administered by 57 Federal Agencies.
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TexShare databases Selected databases are funded, in part, through TexShare, a division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, utilizing grant funds provided by the US Institute of Museum and Library Services.