Related Business Course LinksBusiness Law
50 companies that changed the world : incisive profiles of the 50 organizations, large and small, that have shaped the course of modern business
Call # 338.7 ROTH
Centuries of success : lessons from the world's most enduring family businesses
Call # 338.709 O’H
American business history : case studies
Call # 338.74 A512a
Design your own effective employee handbook : how to make the most of your staff
Call # 658.455 DEV
The Accountant’s Business Manual
Call # REF 657 BEH I
Contains information on different types of organizations such as sole proprietor, partnerships, corporations, S corporations, etc.
Business Plans Handbook
Call # REF 658.4012 BUS
Organization charts : structures of 230 businesses, government agencies, and non-profit organizations
Call # REF 658.402 ORGA
Online DatabasesFor great information on business and individual companies, go to the library’s subscription databases. To access these from the library’s homepage:
- Log into "Search Databases" on the Library’s home page. The username and password are available from the library staff or your instructor, as well as from the library brochure for your program.
For information on individual companies, go to Hoover’s.
Find its icon on the Database Directory page.
Another good source for specific company information is Business Insights Global. To access this database, click on the first icon, L.I.R.N. on the Database Directory page.
- At the next screen click on InfoTrac.
- Scroll down near the bottom and find the icon for Business Insights Global. Business Insight Global is especially good for company histories.
- For general business information, select ProQuest from the LIRN menu. Click on the Business tab.
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