Answered By: Kathryn Park Last Updated: May 13, 2015 Views: 42
Sure. It's a pretty broad topic and really needs to be narrowed down more. EBSCO databases are your best bet for this topic.
- I went to Databases and selected All EBSCO from the first page.
- I then selected Business and clicked continue to get in the Databases. If you are off campus you'll be asked for your COM ID and last name to get in.
- Search on Wal-mart.
- Then go to the left side of the results list and expand Subject. Select WAL-MArt Stores Inc.
- Also on the left side of result list, select Full Text.
- You will still have over 30,000 articles and should narrow down some more--what about Wal-Mart do you want to know? If you aren't sure, just browse the list of articles until you find something that appeals to you.
- To cite your articles follow the instructions in the Cite MLA Style libguide for EBSCO: http://goo.gl/ksR6j
Here is a link to the search: http://goo.gl/jd1tr
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