Monthly Archives: March 2012
Last week Felix Salmon, a Reuters blogger writing for Wired Magazine’s Epicenter website, published a thorough and well-done article called For High Tech Companies Going Public Sucks. It investigates, with several examples, how the act of becoming publicly traded can
I use Investopedia regularly when I’m looking for definitions and formulas. They do an excellent job of explaining financial concepts in simple, understandable terms. But, Investopedia is more than just a dictionary. They are the experts in online financial education.
You’re on the edge of your seat waiting for Ryan Seacrest to tell you who isn’t going to be your next American Idol…right after these messages. Argh! But next thing you know, you’re singing along with the commercial and wondering
Dearest darling GlobalData, We adore you for devoting a bookmark-worthy Media Center to those of us who are perpetually jonesing for great industry news articles. You must have been following our blog entries like this one and this one, because
Wouldn’t you know, watching the very smart movie Contagion last night would get me psyched to write this second installment on the CDC? This part deals with the National Center for Health Statistics, a CDC subset that works to, “compile
Continuing my posts about search engines, there is a new site called FindThatFile. FindThatFile is a media file search engine. It locates media for you (documents, audio, video, etc). It has two flavors: edu.findthatfile.com specifically searching for library, education, and
We’ve talked before about Business Source Complete and how often we use it when doing business research. If you’ve been tasked with finding a SWOT analysis, BSC is your go-to resource. First of all, what is a SWOT analysis? SWOT stands