BizNar: Deep Web Business Search
BizNar scans all kinds of resources, including periodicals such as Advertising Age, government resources such as USA.gov and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, news sources Businessweek and the Wall Street Journal, and social networks like LinkedIn and Wordpress. BizNar represents an example of federated search, which is an approach to accessing materials related to a broad subject, in this case business, by targeting a range of specially selected databases and search engines.
Business Source Premier (EBSCOHost) (searching tips)
Provides full text for more than 2,300 journals relating to business, including full text for more than 1,100 peer-reviewed titles.
Data.gov: Empowering People, an Official Website of the United States Government
The US Federal Government, which collects all kinds of data, is a good source of data for student reports or business or general information purposes. They are often invisible because they are buried deep in massive websites and because the government is the unique source for important research and information. Statistical data can be found across many government department websites, but it may be hard to track down with a search.
EDGAR (U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Filings & Forms)
Provides free access to information contained in registration statements, periodic reports, and other forms submitted by foreign and domestic companies.
Choose the Business Module tab for access to business news, industry & market information, accounting literature, company profiles, business directories, and SEC filings.
Regional Busisnes News (EBSCOHost) (searching tips)
Incorporates 75 business journals, newspapers and newswires covering all metropolitan and rural areas within the United States.
U.S. Government Business Data and Statistics
Find data and statistics on banking, earnings, economic analysis, trade and more.
Provides statistics at the European level to enable comparisons between countries and regions.