What resources can be consulted to access up-to-date information on the world of business and the latest acquisitions of companies?
Harvard Business Review contains information on research in entrepreneurship, business, organizational culture, recent researches of companies, leadership, strategy, innovation, productivity, marketing and people management, easing, therefore, the task of creating companies.
Business Research Library has its Advanced Search available to find the most recent financial and business information for those researchers interested in the business world.
From amongst the lists of journals and books, that Emerald resource contains, use the option Business, Management, and Strategy, within the Accounting, Finance and Economics section, in order to find related topics about academic entrepreneurship.
Within the resource FirstHand, search inside the Companies section to find general information on a particular company, its competitors, and news related.
In FT.com open the Companies tab and find information about entrepreneurship while in the Markets you get information about capital markets and basic products.
WRDS (Wharton) resource, allows for obtaining data from companies, saving those queries in order to perform a further detailed analysis of the business world and its acquisitions. It also performs analysis by topic, presenting them graphically so that researchers can take advantage of different data sources and research areas.