A Guide to Finding Business News

Business news covers the activities of businesses and the economy. These stories often include the stock market, company acquisitions and mergers, new product launches, and other financial and corporate information. Business news is also known as economic news and is published by a variety of media outlets, including newspapers, magazines, and online publications. The Wall Street Journal is one of the most respected sources for business news in the United States.

A business is an organization that exchanges goods and services for money. A business may be private, government-owned, or not-for-profit. Some large businesses are publicly owned and listed on the stock exchange, making them accessible to all shareholders. In addition to pursuing profit, businesses often have social or environmental goals that they work toward.

The term business can refer to any activity or enterprise, whether it is a sole proprietorship, partnership, or corporation. It can also encompass a profession, such as law or medicine. Business can be a source of income or a means of recreation, but it is also considered a career path. A successful business can be a source of pride and prestige.

This guide provides an introduction to finding business news from a variety of sources. It is primarily focused on US business news, but some international business news sources are included where appropriate. This guide is intended to supplement other resources available in the Library of Congress, such as subject-specific guides and our Ask-A-Librarian service.

Adam is the editor of Business News Daily, focusing on small business and entrepreneurship. He has more than 10 years of editorial and content marketing experience and a background in e-commerce, digital marketing and seed series investing. He uses this diverse knowledge base to help our audience make informed decisions about their businesses and the surrounding ecosystem. In his role, he is able to leverage Centerfield’s deep expertise in organic search strategy and its resulting impact on revenue growth. Prior to joining Centerfield in 2020, he founded an organic search consultancy and managed multiple e-commerce ventures. He is a graduate of Rutgers University and currently lives in Brooklyn.