This is the "E-resources and Search Terms" page of the "AHSE 4590: Entrepreneurship Capstone" guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content
Olin Library  |  FAQs  |  Contact Us  |  My Account

AHSE 4590: Entrepreneurship Capstone  

Resources for entrepreneurship and business topics and research
Last Updated: Feb 4, 2014 URL: http://libguides.olin.edu/ECapstone Print Guide RSS Updates

E-resources and Search Terms Print Page
  Search: 
 

General Business Resources

  • Marketplace on Public Radio
    Web site has podcasts of shows as well as current news, tools, and even an occasional game.
  • Motley Fool
    Great personal finance, general market and business articles and tools.
  • TED Talks
    Talks are arranged by newest releases or most popular; by description such as persuasive or beautiful; or by topic such as business, design, or technology. Fabulous speakers and topics that are constantly updated.
  • Boston Business Journal
    Your local source for business information. Includes business directory and events calendar.

Engineering Search Terms

  • Engineering Village Thesaurus
    Term definitions include links to narrower, broader, and related terms. Changes in terms through time are documented.

Business & Entrepresneurship Research Resources

  • Business Source Complete
    Comprehensive business database that includes literature, case studies, company profiles, industry profiles, and country reports. Check out business videos on the Advanced Search page.
  • Business Source Complete Help
    Information, tips, and research guide for Business Source Complete database.
  • Olin Book, Journal & Media Collections
    Olin's catalog searches our physical and virtual books, journals, media and government documents. Journal searches are at the title level, not the article level.
  • EDGAR
    The Security and Exchange Commission's database of public company filings. Annual (10-K) and quarterly (10-Q) reports are especially valuable.
  • EDGAR Search Guide
    Includes definitions and search strategies.
  • NAICS: North American Industry Classification System
    NAICS is a classification system for North American industry. Business establishments are arranged into large categories, then broken into narrow sub-categories. Use codes to gather industry statistics or to focus a research topic.
  • U.S. Census Bureau Population Reports
    The American Community Survey and Population Reports series are goldmines of demographic, social and economic data and information in article format.
  • USPTO: United States Patent & Trademark Office
    Site includes process instructions for applying for a patent as well as forms. Patents can be searched back to 1790. Also try searching for both US and European patents in Engineering Village.
  • Engineering Village
    A general engineering database with U.S. and European Patents included in the search choices.

Kelly's Info

Profile Image
Kelly McDaniel
 
Suggestions? Questions? Please feel free to e-mail the guide author.
Description

Loading  Loading...

Tip