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Encyclopedia Britannica is an authoritative general-knowledge database of thousands of articles written by field experts, a World Atlas, and the Merriam-Webster dictionary. Also included: primary source material, multimedia sources, biographies, journal and magazine articles, and Web sites selected by Britannica editors.
Gale EBooks provides digital reference books on topics such as business, the environment, history, literature, geography, science, sociology, and technology. Search the database, or browse by collection or title.
Salem Press History provides online access to historical information with an emphasis on, but not limited to, American events. Electronic books include encyclopedias on immigration, economic history, and American history by decade, as well as U.S. and world primary source documents.
Print multi-volume set. Look in last volume's comprehensive index to find the most current entry on a particular company. Updated. Some of the content is available online through Business Insights: Essentials database.