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BUS 165 - Business Decision Analysis

Business Decision Analysis

Information about decisions in the business world abounds, but it's not always easy to find solid information that represents a range of viewpoints.

Take some time to think about keywords and terms writers might use when reporting or analyzing a topic.

Check out these suggested resources below to get started identifying different issues and viewpoints.

If you need guidance, ask your librarian!

Best Bets

Finding opinion articles

Look for opinion stories to identify the "pro" and "con" arguments. Opinion stories may be labeled:

  • "Editorial"
  • "Op-Ed"
  • "Commentary"
  • "Column"

Journal Finder

Pro Tip: Use the Journals by Title tool in OneSearch to find which databases feature a specific magazine or newspaper, like Harvard Business Review or New York Times, and then search for articles within those publications.

Suggested Publications:

Newspapers                                                Magazines
New York Times The Economist
Washington Post Harvard Business Review
Wall Street Journal Bloomberg BusinessWeek
Los Angeles Times Forbes
Chicago Tribune Fortune
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