"You must raise one question and use the current marketing news or personal experience to elaborate your learning."
"Submit a Three to Four page... written response.... You must look up the current news and web sites of these companies for additional insights."
Los Angeles Times (coverage: 6 months ago to present) - tip: click "Advanced Options," enter "Los Angeles Times" in the "Source Field," choose it from the pull-down menu, then click "Apply." This limits your search to the LA Times only.
Wall Street Journal (coverage: 1984 to present)
BusinessWeek (coverage: 1984 to present) - tip: click "Search within this publication."
New York Times (coverage: June, 1980, to present) - tip: click "Advanced Options," enter "New York Times" in the "Source Field," choose it from the pull-down menu, then click "Apply." This limits your search to the New York Times only.
There are two good ways to find current marketing news from the Wall Street Journal:
Note: While the wsj.com website is an excellent source for marketing news, almost all of it is behind a firewall and inaccessible to anyone but personal subscribers. You might be able to use it to get ideas or find titles of interesting stories, but you'll still need to connect to our online database to read most articles.
Paper - paper copies of the Wall Street Journal are available both in Ryan Library and the Fermanian School of Business. Tip: the "Marketplace" section is a good source for marketing news. For Ryan Library copies of the WSJ, please photocopy any articles you need.