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BA 101-003/004: Business Communications (Weinberg): Home
"Data gathered to improve an organization's competitive capacity."
competitive intelligence. (2011). In J. Law, Business: the ultimate resource (3rd ed.). London, UK: A&C Black. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.loyno.edu/login?url=https://search.credoreference.com/content/entry/ultimatebusiness/competitive_intelligence/0?institutionId=4905
"Information relevant to strategy formulation regarding the environmental context within which a firm competes. Beneficial because it can provide a description of the competitive environment, challenge common assumptions held about the environment, forecast future developments, determine when a strategy is no longer viable, and indicate when and how to adjust strategy to compensate for changing environment."
Kelly, L. & Booth, C. (2004). Competitive intelligence. In Dictionary of strategy: Strategic management a-z (pp. 30-30). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications Ltd. doi: 10.4135/9781452229805.n132
New Orleans Citybusiness is the business newspaper of Metropolitan New Orleans covering news on business, banking, technology, real estate, construction, law, retail, and development. You can search in the Regional Business News database (linked above) and limit your results by publication to show only articles published in New Orleans Citybusiness.
Find articles about business in magazines, newspapers and journals, author profiles, and country economic reports. Coverage varies, as early as 1886 to present. Select the "More" drop-down menu to search for company profiles.
Merged CommSearch (formerly produced by the National Communication Association (NCA), and Mass Media Articles Index (formerly produced by Pennsylvania State University). Mostly magazines and journals with some encyclopedia and handbook entries. Dates of coverage vary, includes current publications.
MRI+ is the online version of MediaMark Reports, the business demographic information service. Note: You must create an account while on campus using a registration code, your Loyola e-mail and any password before using. Upper and lower case are different, so please remember which you use. Ask for the registration code at the Learning Commons Desk. 1963 to present.