• This site provides access to over 100,00 companies on-line.
  • NYSE Glossary: Use the New York Stock Exchange's list of financial terms by clicking on Glossary at the bottom of the screen.


  • Catherwood: a guide of Labor Unions and the Internet: From Cornell's School of Industrial Relations Library, an extremely complete listing of internet resources about all aspects of labor.
  • Motley Fool:  Business news, investing information, stock quotes, and an extensive set of tutorials about personal finance and investing.
  • Business to Business:  Many links with all aspects of Business information
  • Reference For Business-Encyclopedia of Small Business:  Encyclopedia of Small Business is a comprehensive and easily accessible reference source for entrepreneurs that demand practical information.
  • Business References - Love To Know Business:  Resume reference can make or break your career job search..Resumes, cover letters and resume references are collected by employers.
  • ALA / Core Competencies for Business Reference: Description of fundamental concepts and resources for major business subject areas, prepared by the members of the BRASS education Committee.


  • Better Business Bureau Online:  Focused specifically on online business.
  • Better Businees Bureau:  Guidance for consumers and business, product reports, how to file complaints, and statistics.  Information on everything from "work at home" schemes to complaint reports on businesses in your area.
  • Consumers Digest:  Online site for Consumers Digest, with product reviews, articles and news, financial advice, and links to other sites.
  • Consumer World:  Bargains, consumer resources, price comparison, product reviews and more; a wealth of information for the savvy consumer.
  • FTC Consumer Protection:  a collection of documents in text and pdf format about a variety of consumer issues including advertising, e-commerce, identity theft, senior issues, and telemarketing among others.
  • U.S. Consumer Gateway:  resources from the Federal Government.  Subject areas include food, product safety, health, home, community, money, transportation, children, careers, education, technology, and more.


  • Coolinvesting: Investing guide that teaches you how to invest. A financial websites that you can visit to try to gain a better understanding of stock trading
  • Investing Basics: Basic Information about Investing: Investors will find basic information on stocks and how the stock markets work to help them become successful investors in this section.
  • Big Charts:  Enter a company's stock symbol to see news, stock quotes, or a variety of current and historical charts covering periods from 1 day to 1 decade.
  • Investment FAQ:  a collection of Frequently asked questions and answers about investments and personal finance, including stocks, bonds, options, discount brokers, information sources, retirement plans, life insurance, etc.
  • NASDAQ Newsroom:  Current business news, with links to reports, press releases, indexes and statistics, company information, and more.