Note: off campus users must log into myStevens before using Library databases.
These databases include our subscriptions to newspapers like the New York Times and Wall Street Journal as well as many other business journals and newspapers. Search for your topic (use "quotation marks" to keep terms together) and keep note of what companies have been written about for doing work in your area. You can then look up the companies themselves in these databases, and/or bring the names to the databases in Company Information, below.
These databases are best for finding out deeper information about companies, particularly those that are publicly traded. If you're looking for a company that is privately held (not traded on the stock market), your best bet is to stick with the Company News databases, as there is less information available about them. For publicly traded companies, look for company profiles in the following databases for more detailed history, financial and company structure information.
Finally, Scopus is known as an abstract-and-index database and its main purpose is to bring together journal articles and conference papers on all subjects. You can use it in a couple ways: