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FASH 3210: Fashion Retail Management (McCracken) - Fall 2022 All Sections

Librarian: Erin Larucci

Choosing a Company

Your company must be a domestic, publicly traded company. To find out if it is public, there are a few strategies you can use:

  • A quick Google search may turn up the company website and additional information. See if the company website has an 'Investor Relations' section - this means it is public.
  • Look the company up in EDGAR from the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC).
  • Find the stock ticker on Yahoo! Finance - a stock ticker means it is public.

Finding Company Information

It is important to try to find company profiles and reports that have been published within the past two years. Tables of contents can help you find specific company information. It is also important to check multiple sources as some will fill in gaps other sources do not cover.

Finding Scholarly Journal Articles

Interlibrary Loan (ILL)

Interlibrary loan can be helpful if you are looking for resources the library does not currently own. This is a service free of charge to all SUNY Oneonta students and faculty. Digital documents, such as PDFs, can be delivered in as little as a couple of hours whereas physical items, such as books, can take anywhere from a couple of days to a couple of weeks, depending on availability. It is a good idea not to wait until the last minute to do your research in case you need to use ILL.