CUNY SPS: Introduction to Business Resources

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What is OneSearch?

OneSearch is a search tool where you can find books, e-books, journal articles, news articles, books and articles on Reserve, and books at other CUNY libraries. OneSearch is a great place to search for books or to begin to explore your research topic.

OneSearch

OneSearch

Find books, articles, DVDs, CDs, reports.

 
  • Connect your keywords with AND
  • Always use quotation marks around phrases
  • Go to "Advanced Search" to search by title, author, subject or ISBN
  • Filter your results by date, resource type, subject and more

How to Use OneSearch

Search for News Sources

Business magazines, trade journals and newspapers such as The Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times are key sources for identifying industry trends, researching historic events and keeping up-to-date on the latest industry happenings.

Trade journals and newsletters written for industry insiders provide information on private companies, niche industries, new products and manufacturing and distribution processes. This information is hard-to-find elsewhere.

Newman Library has many databases for newspapers and databases for business magazines.

Read the Wall Street Journal with an Account with WSJ.com

  • For all Baruch and SPS students, faculty, and staff
  • Access to all articles at WSJ.com (including web-only content not found in library databases)
  • Go to this CUNY-only Create Account page from WSJ.com
  • Create an account using your Baruch or SPS email address

Encyclopedias

Encyclopedias contain overviews of topics, which can include

  • a historical context of your topic
  • names of key researchers
  • theories and key concepts
  • lists of articles and books about a topic

Several online encyclopedias cover business and management topics.

Subject Guide

Developed by Karen Levine and based on Business LibGuides by Louise Klusek