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A-Z list of e-journals and newspapers 
To search for a specific newspaper or trade/industry publication.


Two websites that aim to help the fight against false news are:

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UK -
Here is an overview of Fact checking organizations from Wikipedia.

News Sentiment

Try <TREN> in Bloomberg to see which companies have had the most positive or negative news.
Go to Bloomberg's news menu to see the range of other news options such as Social Media Velocity.

News sources


Global News

Factiva - has over 30,000 sources from more than 200 countries in 28 languages. It covers, news wires, top blogs, newspapers (both print and online) plus trade and professional press and some TV and radio transcripts. Date coverage varies by title. It includes the the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times with a one month embargo. 

Project Syndicate - Ignore prompts to "Subscribe" or "Log In". The Library subscription to Project Syndicate provides full free-to-read access but excludes personalization features. Project Syndicate is an international media not for profit that syndicates commentary and analysis on key global topics from economics and the environment to human rights. 

US News US Major Dailies -  full-text of stories from the five most respected U.S. national and regional newspapers: Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post. The latest issue content is available by 8am EST each day with archives from 1980-present.

Business and Finance News 

LBS has a subscription to the website for students staff and faculty providing full access to content including the app. You must pre-register for an account using your email address. See this link.

Bloomberg News - (Finance Suite only) News functions include: <N> News, <TOP> Top news, <NSE> News search,<SALT> Suggested real-time and daily news alerts. Use <TREN> for the news sentiment tool.

S&P Capital IQ Pro (registration required) - Previously known as Market Intelligence or SNL Financial, S&P Capital IQ Pro  provides industry-specific financial market data on public and private companies. We have a direct subscription to their banking and finance coverage or you can find their news services in Factiva and Proquest. They have also recently added some Dow Jones news content to their platform which includes some articles from the Wall Street Journal

Trade and professional titles

Proquest Business Premium Collection - Good for its range of magazines, trade press and news sources. It includes:
The Economist (1992 to date as plain text only\) and The Financial Times (1996 - present, delayed 1 month).

Business Source Premier - Better for trade press and magazine articles, few newspapers. Notable titles include:
Fast Company, Fortune, Forbes, Campaign, American Banker and also academic titles such as: Harvard Business Review and MIT Sloan Management Review.

The Economist

In our A-Z list of database find a link to register for The Economist -  providing access to the website and mobile app. You can sign up for customized alerts/newsletters.

Alternatively the full text of The Economist from January 1992 to the present can be found in the Proquest database. Use this link.

Web sources
Reuters News Access Reuters global business news on the web.
Google news Google News is a computer-generated news site that aggregates headlines from news sources worldwide.
TV and satellite news Many exist - you could try: CNN news   BBC News    Bloomberg news
Apps Investopaedia lists its top Apps for business news.