Turchin Business Library 

Guide to News Media

For business students and future professionals, keeping up to date on industry trends, political developments, and other news can be critical.  The Turchin Business Library and Tulane University Libraries provide access to a wide range of news media.  The following guide can get you started with creating accounts on news media sites that cover international, national, and regional news. 

Tulane also has access to multiple smaller, regional, and generalist newspapers.  This guide covers only business-focused and English-language resources.  Learn more about news sources that you have access to, including diverse global perspectives and non-English titles, here

Please feel free to reach out to the library at turchin@tulane.edu for more information or with questions!  

International Newspapers

The Economist 

The Economist is a British weekly newspaper.  It focuses on current affairs, international business, politics, technology, and culture.  Despite a pronounced editorial stance, The Economist is seen as having little reporting bias, and exercises strict fact-checking and strict copy-editing. 

All print issues of The Economist, including the current issue, are available through ProQuest 

The Financial Times 

A British daily business newspaper.  Owned by a holding company, Nikkei, Financial Times has a prominent focus on financial journalism and economic analysis, rather than generalist reporting.   

Login to the Financial Times with your Tulane email address for single sign on here

National Newspapers

The New York Times 

NYT is a daily newspaper based in New York City, with a worldwide readership of 8.6 million.  The Times has won 132 Pulitzer Prizes, and has long been considered a national ‘newspaper of record.’  The Times Business section is a must-read daily briefing on major business news. 

Create your own New York Times login, with access to all sections of the paper here.  

The Wall Street Journal 

The Journal is an American business and economic-focused daily international newspaper, based in New York city.  It is often regarded as a newspaper of record for business and financial news.   

Create your own Wall Street Journal account, with access to the entire paper, here.  

The Washington Post 

The Post is an American daily newspaper published in Washington, D.C.  The Post is one of the few remaining American newspapers to operate foreign bureaus. 

Create you own login to The Washington Post here

Local and Regional Newspapers

The Times-Picayune 

The Times-Picayune/The New Orleans Advocate is a newspaper published in New Orleans, Louisiana, since 1837.   

Tulane students can access The Times-Picayune here

New Orleans CityBusiness 

Covering local business news and civic issues, CityBusiness covers the metropolitan New Orleans area, including the North Shore. 

You can access CityBusiness through ProQuest here