A Guide to Business News Sources

Business News is an area of journalism that tracks, records and analyzes the economic activities and changes within societies. It appears in newspapers, magazines and on radio and television-news programs. Many businesses have internal and external business news departments that keep their employees informed of important issues and updates about the company and its operations. Regional and industry specific trade publications may also contain business news.

The term business refers to any activity or enterprise entered into for profit. It can include for-profit entities as well as non-profit organizations that serve a charitable mission or further a social cause. A business can be large or small and it can be privately or publicly owned.

This guide to business news sources is intended to help users find national and international news resources for information about the economy, financial markets, corporate and banking issues and more. It is not a comprehensive list of all available business news sources and the Library of Congress does not endorse any particular publication.

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Aside from the obvious economic and societal benefits of business, it is an essential part of the fabric of any society. Businesses create jobs and provide income, and they are the source of innovation and development, as well as a source of entertainment and leisure activities for the community.

However, business can sometimes become an issue of ethics and morality when corporate greed and a disregard for the welfare of the public at large are present. This has been illustrated by the rise of companies like Enron and WorldCom that were infamous for their unethical practices. These types of scandals have created a backlash against the business sector, and some people argue that more regulation should be in place to protect consumers and shareholders.

In some cases, the issue is not a lack of regulation, but rather how regulations are enforced. The problem is that if the rules are too strict, it may make it difficult for businesses to operate freely and competitively. It is possible to create a balance that can be beneficial to all parties. For example, the JOBS Act provides more flexibility to entrepreneurs while still maintaining some levels of protection. It is this type of compromise that can make the difference between success and failure for a company. The right balance is not easy to achieve, but it is possible if all stakeholders work together.