News articles from the Wall Street Journal (including WSJ Pro), newswires, and thousands of national and local newspapers, magazines, trade publications and transcripts. Also provides selected financial market data and company information.
Articles from the Stores magazine. Features the latest ranking lists of the Top Retailers, Specialty Retailers, and Global Retailers, also including online Industry Buying Guide. Also available in print at the Library.
Market research data and reports for consumer products and services, including market size and forecasting, competitive landscape, consumer behavior, and branding. Many reports include interactive data workbooks with customer survey data. Reports are focused on the U.S., while trends, news, and insights articles cover additional countries.
For: Current Stanford faculty, staff, and students. Help: Mintel Guide
Global market research reports, including industry overviews, competitive analysis, market trends, product innovations, buyer behavior, and market share. Includes reports from groups such as Kalorama Information, Packaged Facts, and Simba Information.
D&B Hoovers (all browsers)
Go to Analyze Markets. Under Report Type select Analyst Reports.
Thomson ONE (Internet Explorer only)
Go to Screening & Analysis > Research. In the Contributor field enter MarketLine and select company research or industry profiles from the auto-suggestion dropdown list. Thomson ONE troubleshooting.
Global public and private company profiles. Best for a small number of company or industry look-ups. Because of its broad coverage, Orbis tends to include fewer variables. Alternative search interface available with Mint Global. By Bureau van Dijk.
For large-scale data, use Orbis (in WRDS).
Company financials, earning estimates, market data and stock quotes, VC/PE, analyst reports, press releases, transaction data, corporate filings, and more. Includes much of the same data that is in SDC Platinum.
Industry Focus on Retail includes reports on US Online Retail Forecast, Multichannel Retail, Online Retail Executive Survey, Online Retail Site Experience, and Retail Marketing: Assessing the Opportunities Presented by Web 2.0 Technologies, etc.
Toy Industry Association™, Inc. (TIA) is the not-for-profit trade association for producers and importers of toys and youth entertainment products sold in North America. TIA’s more than 535 toy manufacturers and importers account for approximately 85% of the annual U.S. domestic toy market of $21.6B.*