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Business Communications 212 CBA

Prof. Karen Lemon

Find business articles

Articles in Business Periodicals

Business, Management and Trade - scholarly and trade journal articles, dissertations, market reports, industry reports, business cases and global and trade news.This database is the most comprehensive ABI/INFORM™ database, comprised of ABI/INFORM Global, ABI/INFORM Trade and Industry, ABI/INFORM Dateline and ABI/INFORM Archive, featuring over 3,000 full-text journals, 25,000 Dissertations, 14,000 SSRN working papers, key newspapers such as The Wall Street Journal and The Financial Times, as well as country-and industry-focused reports and data. Its international coverage gives researchers a complete picture of companies and business trends around the world. A list of the subjects used in the database is available at the reference desk in Moore Library.


This is a large, interdisciplinary resource; there are many articles available full text. A popular database


Find out if we have a particular journal in Rider University Libraries and search in a journal

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Suggested searches for journal titles: Fortune, Forbes, Harvard Business Review, Fast Company and more


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Preeminent publication for business news and information on financial markets worldwide. Local and regional news coverage. Comprehensive coverage back to 1984. We have access to the Wall Street Journal through the database ProQuest, not through the Wall Street Journal website. We have access to text only, not images.

New York Time

Rider has an academic license to The New York Times.

You will be able to log in with an an authorized email at and also via the app.

First you have to create an account by authenticating via Rider University. This is a one-time process.

1. Use the proxied link (below) in the Databases list, which identifies you as a Rider affiliate.

2. Log in with your Rider Key.

3. Create an account. You can use your Rider Google account or another option.

4. Choose your affiliation (student, faculty, other).

5. Once the account is created, you can log in via the authentication method you chose at or in the New York Times app.

1. Phrase search: Use " " to keep two or more words together as a phrase

  • "black Friday"
  • "stock market crash"

2. Truncation: *   Most databases use the asterisk ( * ) to search variation of word endings

  • stock* - stock, stocks
  • school* -school, schools, schooled, schooling, schoology, schoolbag, schoolchild, schoolmate, schoolmaster, schoolboy, schoolmistress, schoolgirl...

3. Boolean Operators (Video)

AND-reduced your search results by adding more concepts

  • "Iraq War" AND economy
  • road* AND toll* AND increas*

OR-increase your search results by adding more concepts

Not-eliminate a concept

  • "Bernie Madoff" not Ruth
  • insurance not "life insurance"

4. User Brackets for Logical Execution of Your Search Statement

  • Iraq War AND (women Or female*) AND combat
  • "iraq war" AND (casualties OR killing*) AND psycholog*
  • “Iraq war” AND (PSTD OR "Post-traumatic stress disorder" OR "posttraumatic stress disorder")

    OR Posttraumatic stress disorder”)


5. Search statement is not case sensitive

  • Bill Clinton=bill clinton
  • Walmart=walmart

6. Stop words-Do not use stop words unless in quotes

in, off, of, out, forward, the, or, and, up, etc.