What you’ll find here: Articles from Baltimore’s main daily newspaper from 1990 to the present. This is the best source for local coverage. For more current newspaper issues, see National Newspapers. How to search this database:Look at the ProQuest help page.
What you’ll find here: A directory of U.S. businesses that includes some executive, financial and other business demographic information.The advanced search allows you to create a list of businesses based on industry, geographic location, number of employees and more.
What you’ll find here: Magazine, newspaper, and journal articles that focus on business and industry. You can search for information by company name, ticker symbol, and industry codes such as SIC and NAICS codes.
What you’ll find here: Magazine, newspaper, trade publication, and journal articles focused on business as well as industry reports and other business-related resources. When you need in-depth information on business and industry, this is a great place to turn.
What you’ll find here: Market research reports for a wide variety of United States and global industries. These reports offer a look at the industry's performance and outlook, competitive landscape, and key statistics among other information.
Primarily a marketing database, you can conduct a search by keyword in the top right corner, or browse by category on the main page. The reports include information on brands, market size and trends, retail distribution and more, with categories depending on the industry. Note: You will need to accept the user agreement and create a free username (using your ubalt.edu email) and password.
What you’ll find here: Journal, magazine, and newspaper articles that focus on business, management, government and public policy. This is a great resource if you’re looking for news and trends, company financial information, or management practice and theory.
"The SDC monitors development trends, analyzes social, economic and other characteristics and prepares population, housing, employment, labor force, and income projections, which provide the baseline for planning for growth and development in the State."
Find sales, number of employees, and number of businesses by using the tabs on the top to select geographic locations. The data is organized by NAICS numbers. Note that not every data series is available at every level (for example, by zip code).
"The principle trade association for the software and digital content industries," some of the information is for members-only, although they do have publications and news links that are freely available.