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NAICS stands for North American Industry Classification System and consists of code numbers that are assigned to various industries, products and services and other business or non-profit activities.
You can search many library databases, such as Business Source Premier and others, by limiting to specific NAICS codes in order to find articles or reports on that industry. For example 522110=Commercial Banking industry.
Look up codes: Census.gov NAICS NAICS
Access to over 6,000 US and foreign full-text news and business publications as well as reports, financials, stock quotes and other investment data on public companies. Some titles listed are not available to academic libraries.
Finding articles and news across industries and companies
Search worldwide business periodicals for in-depth coverage of business and economic conditions, management techniques, theory, and practice of business, advertising, marketing, economics, human resources, finance, taxation, computers, and more.
Focuses specifically on tech-related industries, providing product and market research reports for the information technology (IT) industry as well as reports on technologies used within various spheres of business and electronic commerce.
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Trade associations and professional organizations' websites and publications can also provide great background on the trends in the industry. Search this source by an industry keyword to find associations.
Analyzes a broad range of technology areas such as new media, computing, software, networking, telecommunications and the Internet, and project how technology trends will affect businesses, consumers, and society.