Business


 

This is a comprehensive data base that provides free access to business information across Africa. Current business news, video and audio news, budgetary issues in Africa, World Bank–IMF Africa Investment Club , Reports, papers, articles on Governance, Transparency, Corruption, Natural Resource Management, and general  information and analysis on business and economics in Africa."


 

 

 

This particular website is designed to serve as the companion to a basic business statistic textbook published by Prentice Hall, and it contains quizzes, overviews, and other materials that will be helpful to both students of the discipline and educators. The materials here are divided into nineteen chapters that cover topics like sampling, data presentation, linear regression, and decision making.


 

 

 

This site is created by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism at Arizona State University it includes a host of instructional materials. These materials include tutorials on how to cover financial markets and understanding financial markets as well as materials "Covering Business” area. The business area contains helpful articles on writing about the stock market, technology, minority business trends, and business ethics. The site also contains a glossary of business terms, information on relevant scholarship opportunities, and "Dick's Picks", which contains links to recent business stories of note, as selected by the well-regarded journalist, Dick Weiss.


 

 

 

The DOAJ provides a comprehensive full text database that provides access to 256 Business Management journals.


 

 

 

TheBusiness Writer's Free Librarywas designed by the Authenticity Counseling Company and it provides access to free, easy-to-access, online articles to develop individuals, groups and organizations (whether the organization is forprofit or nonprofit). The resources offered are divided into several sections, including "General Resources and Advice", "Basic Writing Skills", and "Basic Composition Skills as well as "Some Types of Correspondence" which is most relevant to business writing practices, as it includes sample memos, meeting minutes, and procedures for composing effective business emails.


 

 

 

This rather useful Excel tutorial is part of the StudyFinance.com website, which was developed by Professor Sharon Garrison of the University of Arizona. The tutorial is divided into eight sections, which include "Entering and Editing Data", "Formatting the Worksheet", and "Creating a Chart". Each section contains several short paragraphs of text, complemented effectively with a few helpful graphics. The tutorial is rounded out by several problem assignments that will make sure students have mastered some of the basic features of Excel.