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Best Bet Databases in Business
  • ABI/INFORM Global A Best Bet database
    Articles in business, finance, management, accounting, advertising, banking, insurance, marketing, public administration, real estate, and telecommunications. 1991-current (fulltext); 1971-current (index & abstracts).
    Also Known As
    • ProQuest ABI/Inform Global
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  • Business Source Complete A Best Bet database
    A comprehensive business database.
    Also Known As
    • Business Source Premier
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  • Factiva A Best Bet database
    Global news and business information articles. Includes Dow Jones Interactive and Reuters Business Briefing. Current.
    Also Known As
    • Dow Jones Factiva
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  • LexisNexis Business A Best Bet database
    Company financial reports; company profiles; SEC filings & reports; corporate directories; business articles from newspapers, magazines, journals, wires & transcripts; industry reports.
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