www.ap.org: The home site of the Associated Press, the international wire service.
online.barrons.com/home-page: The weekly business newspaper published by Dow Jones. Barron’s focuses on the stock market and public companies.
www.bizjournals.com: The home site for the American City Business Journals chain, publisher of 40 weekly business newspapers across the country. From this site, you can access any of their business publications. The company’s corporate site is www.acbj.com.
www.bloomberg.com: Home page of Bloomberg News, the international business wire service. This site charges to look up old articles but can be a valuable and quick way to look up a public company’s current stock price or to see how the overall market is doing.
www.businessweek.com: Home of the weekly business magazine published by Bloomberg. Many stories on BusinessWeek’s site are items that aren’t published in the magazine.
www.marketwatch.com: Founded in 1997, this Web site publishes more than 1,400 stories, briefs and headlines each day from 10 bureaus. Headquarters is in San Francisco.
www.economist.com: Online source for world business and current affairs with a definite British viewpoint. The site has an archive for old articles, and backgrounders of current events that can be helpful.
money.cnn.com: Website put together by the editors of Money magazine and CNN, both subsidiaries of TimeWarner. This site has nice charts, such as the top 25 deals year-to-date, that can be quick references.
news.ft.com/home/us: The online site for The Financial Times, the British-based newspaper. Under the business menu, the site has a list of public companies where you can read the latest stories for a particular business.
www.forbes.com: Home page for the New York-based magazine, which has links to the magazine’s lists of the richest people and largest public and private companies, as well as access to Reuters business news.
money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune: Home page for the business magazine owned by TimeWarner. Site has access to its rankings of the best companies to work for and the most-admired companies.
www.investors.com: Investor’s Business Daily. The stock chart on the home page shows stocks with abnormally high trading volume, an indication of where investors are putting their money.
online.wsj.com/public/us: The Wall Street Journal’s website allows you to look at stories from that day’s issue. The menu on the left-hand side allows you to pick business stories by geography.
www.cnbc.com: The Internet location for television station CNBC, which chronicles business news for viewers. The site can tell you which company executives and analysts are slated to appear on CNBC and at what time.
www.reuters.com: Home page for the international wire service. Click on “Finance” near the top left corner of the page to see the latest business stories.
www.thestreet.com: Home page for the online business news service, which is primarily subscription based. One of the best free features on the site is a list of Wall Street analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations.
www.foxbusiness.com: The home page for the Fox Business Network, started in 2007 by News Corp.