Business news is the part of journalism that tracks, records, analyzes and interprets the business, economic and financial activities and changes that take place in societies. This area of journalism can appear in newspapers, magazines, radio and television-news shows.
The business press has many different kinds of media, ranging from the small business tabloids found in most cities to national daily and weekly general business publications like the Wall Street Journal and Fortune. It also includes trade journals, which are magazines dedicated to a particular industry, and trade shows that supplement the journals’ coverage.
Some of these publications are free, while others have a subscription fee. Subscribers can receive the most up-to-date articles from their magazine of choice and access a library of older content.
Thousands of business magazines deal with the day-to-day details of the intricacies of nearly every industry. They offer industry reports, company profiles, product reviews, new hire sections and classified ads that list jobs around the nation.
State business magazines are also common, and many of these publications cover their states’ economies in great detail. Most also have annual economic outlooks for their state. Often they are owned by larger news organizations.
The business news market is a growing segment of the newspaper and magazine industry. It has also grown to the point that people can watch cable TV programs reporting live on what is happening in the stock market.
There are also a number of websites dedicated to business news. These include TheStreet, which provides a variety of finance information for both investors and casual readers. It also offers a mobile app that lets users access up-to-the-minute market information through a customizable watch list.
Regional Business News is a resource for users looking for full-text regional business publications. The site features a searchable database of regional newspapers and magazines, as well as a range of other business-related resources.
Founded in 2003, Business News has won numerous awards for its small business coverage. Its editorial staff has over 20 years of experience covering the West Australian economy and businesses.
It has a wide array of reader-facing content, including a podcast, Mark My Words and At Close of Business, as well as an archive of articles. It offers an extensive database of Western Australian companies and business people, as well as a metered model for registered users to view up to eight articles a month before the pay wall kicks in.
About Business News Daily
Business News Daily is an online resource for startups and early stage businesses seeking crucial business news and information that can help them grow their companies. Its mission is to connect businesses with the essential news they need to succeed, and its team of journalists and data analysts work tirelessly to create articles that guide entrepreneurs and small-business owners.
Taylor Perras is a product manager for Business News Daily. She manages product development initiatives from concept to launch, assessing and prioritizing opportunities that align with the business goals of the user community. She works cross-functionally with engineering and each team within the organization to ensure stakeholder alignment and decision-making is clearly communicated.