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A Google search will often give you Wikipedia as your first hit. Wikipedia is similar to a general encyclopedia such as World Book and is a great resource for finding background information on a topic.
In the boxes to the right you will find recommended sites for the various ASAP programs. Almost anyone can publish their own web page, so If you do your own web surfing and find a "good" website, be sure to apply the CRAAP test before using it in your paper.
Applying the CRAAP Test!
Apply questions in the CRAAP test to help you determine if a website has reliable information or if it is a bunch of CRAAP!
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American Marketing Association
The resource section contains articles covering current marketing trends, case studies and career information.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Collects data in the broad field of labor economics and statistics.
EDGAR stands for the Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval system. It performs automated collection of submissions by companies and others who are required by law to file forms with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Michigan State University portal to 5,000 business and country-specific resources.
Published by Inc. magazine, this site contains broad coverage of business topics, including articles on topics such as human resources, and writing business plans, worksheets and forms, and newsletters.
Knowledge at Wharton
The Wharton Schools searchable database of 1,500 articles on current business trends and interviews with business leaders.