Databases - library databases have good industry and company information:
To search more databases try the main page of the Business Guide.
Many reputable publications have articles available via Google News. Search examples:
uber "financial post"
"best buy" ctv
"home depot" csr
loblaws corporate strategy
Or you can search within a publication's homepage. Some of these have access limits:
In order to make sure you are finding good secondary sources check:
Author: who is the author and why have they provided this information? Is anyone quoted in the article? Are they an authority? If they provide statistics where did they get these from? Is the source a legitimate news site? Most articles found through Google News are acceptable. Avoid press releases.
Date: use information that is no older than 3 years. Newer is better for this assignment.
Search articles, books, multimedia & more
This is the same search box that is on the Library homepage. Once you've done a search, you can change the type of your results by clicking the filters on the right.
Here are direct links to reputable sources that are limited online but you can access free via the Library:
Bloomberg Businessweek - Search example: JN "Bloomberg Businessweek" AND pfizer
The Economist - mainly international issues
Forbes - Search example: JN "Forbes" and "social responsibility"
Globe and Mail - Canadian
Harvard Business Review - a great source on management concepts and solutions. Search example: JN "Harvard Business Review" and organizational structure
Wall Street Journal
MRU guide to APA citation
Quick tip: find the answer with Google: apa style twitter, apa style "no date". Good answers usually come from Purdue's Owl, APA style blog, and websites that end in .edu.
Student Learning Services - book an appointment with a learning strategist for in-depth writing or citation assistance.