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A "one-stop shop" of government resources on conducting business in the USA; Includes info on starting a business, finding financing, hiring employees, complying with the health care law, and filing taxes among other topics
Monthly publication on economic indicators, includes information on gross domestic product, income, employment, production, business activity, prices, money, credit, security markets, Federal finance, and international statistics. Coverage from 1998-present.
Provides economic data organized by national, regional, international, & industry. Includes reports on Gross Domestic Products (GDP).
Before you Google...
While the library's databases are the best source for full-text academic & news articles, the Internet is a great starting point for finding statistics, viewpoints, and the most current news stories. But, you need to make sure the information is reliable! Watch the video at the right & read the guidelines below for help figuring out if you should use it, or lose it.
Finding Credible Websites
Let's face it--there is a lot of information available on the Internet! How do you determine if it's GOOD information, especially if you want to use it for research? Infographic is courtesy of the IFLA.