The Auburn University Libraries have just acquired Mergent Historical Annual Reports (1844–present), located in the Mergent Archives
The corporate annual reports of the past are a rich source of informationfor scholars in business, economics, and history, yet they’re seldom used.The problem? Finding them. Retrospective reports are scattered around the world on film, fiche, and tattered paper. Aggregating and digitizingthem is a daunting task. Now, Mergent’s done it— we have added three historical collections covering the U.S., Canada and International companies. We’ve gathered, digitized, and indexed these vital business records and provided seamless accessto the entire collection via our newest database, Mergent Archives.
Mergent Archives covers three databases offering more than 1,000,000 documents covering over 100 years
• USA—Over 370,000 documents
• Canada—Over 150,000 documents
• International—Over 500,000 documents
Mergent Archives’ Historical Annual Reports collection offers easy, one-stop access to these rare records and gives researchers a first-hand look at the evolution of business the world over. Mergent Archives’ Historical Annual Reports collection will deliver to your library:
• A simple, online screening tool allowing researchers to search across reports by company name, year, city and state, and document type
• Fully searchable text in every document, allowing researchers to find the information they need most and streamlining their research by helping them to more easily explore data
• Continued and daily updates to both the historical reports collection and currently released documents
Note: This is a trial subscription. The AU Libraries may not retain perpetual access.
Provides information on over 11,000 companies listed on the NYSE, AMEX and Nasdaq exchanges updated daily, information on over 12,000 international companies, domestic and international annual reports, real-time access to SEC (EDGAR) filings dating back to 1993, "as-reported" financial statements providing review of balance sheets, income statements, expenditures, assets, liabilities, cash flow, performance trends, etc.
Edited by Toyin Falola and Akintunde Akinyemi, and published by Indiana University Press in 2016, this volume is located on the First Floor of the Ralph Brown Draughon Library under call number DT 474.6 .Y67 E53 2016.
Seminars on Mendeley and EndNote, software citation programs, are being offered by librarians during the Summer. Click on the Seminars link located under the "Services" link located in the upper left hand side of the screen of the Auburn University Libraries homepage for registration information, etc. Seminars are free but registration is required.
Currently, the following seminars are on the schedule:
EndNote: Saturday, May 27: 10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Mendeley: Friday, June 16: 9 - 10 a.m.
Mendeley: Tuesday, July 18: 9 - 10 a.m.
Mendeley: Thursday, August 3: 4 - 5 p.m.
Update regarding the Library of Architecture, Design and Construction (LADC) located in Dudley Commons. Beginning Wednesday May 17, the ceiling and lights in the Dudley Commons lobby (area between the LADC doors and Gallery/Café) will be under construction. The LADC will remain open with regular hours and services during this time. The work is expected to take two to five weeks to complete. Please contact the LADC staff at 334-844-1751 with any questions.
Women Medical Doctors in the United States before the Civil War: A Biographical Dictionary
By Edward C. Atwater and published by University of Rochester Press in 2016, this volume is located on the Fourth Floor of the Ralph Brown Draughon Library under call number R 692 .A88 2016.
Edited by Brian Reichow and others, and published by Springer in 2016, this volume is located on the Third Floor of the Ralph Brown Draughon Library under call number LC 4019.3 .H36 2016.
Be sure to check library hours of operation during Final Exams May 1 - 5 by clicking on the Hours link located in the top central section of the Auburn University Libraries homepage. Special hours will be in place also for April 28-30 for classes ending and for Study/Reading days. Intersession Hours including Commencements Hours will be in effect May 6 - 17.