The Strategic Action section contains the following:
In addition to looking in above resources, browse the list of from Cornell University Libraries to see if others, such as Business Insights: Essentials have the information you're looking for.
Some of the possible topics to research in this section may be difficult to find information about. Productivity inititatives and HR initiatives are two examples of information that companies like to keep internal. What they do release will be what they want the public to see, and thus has the potential to be either vague or biased.
Information on reorganizations, expansions and mergers and acquisitions typically will be announced, either in a corporate filing, or in certain databases. For example, ThomsonOne and CapitalIQ are speciality databases that tend to work well for identifying Mergers and Aquisitions. For both of these resources, once you've identified the M&A, you will want to get more details on it from the resources listed to left.
Thomson One will only work in Internet Explorer. Click here for a quick guide on how to use Thomson One.
CapitalIQ must be used at a dedicated terminal in Mann Library. Please ask at the Mann Reference Desk, if you'd like to use CapitalIQ.