Question: Where can I find Bloomberg.com articles via the library?

Answer


The Bloomberg.com website is not 100% the same as the library's Bloomberg print and electronic subscriptions. Try the following steps to locate a Bloomberg.com article:

  • Try searching Bloomberg Businessweek.
  • On the Bloomberg terminal, use the N <GO> command to search Bloomberg news coverage.
    • Still not seeing the article? Consider using the "Help" key to request that Bloomberg customer service send you a deep link to the article. (Be sure to send the article title, author, and URL). Often, this is a necessary step to secure the article's full text.
    • Articles found via the terminal, in some instances, may be text only (i.e. missing important images, maps, charts, audio, and video from the web-based version of an article).
  • Bloomberg.com allows free access to a limited number of articles. Use a computer or browser that has not yet reached the free article download limit to print the article to PDF. (Chrome's print to PDF option tends to work best with Bloomberg.com's interface.)

Notes:

  • Some Bloomberg.com articles consist only of embedded podcasts or images and many not have meaningful accompanying text. Such articles may not appear in Businessweek or the terminal.
  • Occasionally, Bloomberg will change the title of a news story after it is published. The Bloomberg.com article URL may help you find the old headline for searching within the library's resources. (In such cases, you may also try searching by the author's name, article publication date, the topic of the article broadly, or a combination of the proceeding elements.)

Answered By: Business Librarians
Last Updated: Jan 03, 2020Views:

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