Citing Business Databases in APA Style from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro
The databases below contain the full text of scholarly and trade journals, newspapers and more. Search on keywords related to your company or industry (e.g. Tesla or "electric vehicles") or add in a word like "consumers" or "trends" to see what you find.
The "answers" are not always in a database!
Ask yourself Who Cares? about your topic and try to identify:
Below, see some links to additional resources found by searching online on Electric Vehicles Global and (sales or market). Some of the sources are think tanks or research institutes, others are government or non-governmental groups, trade groups and more.
Don't forget to review a company's website for additional insights into the company. You can also find links to their Annual Report to Shareholders on their corporate website (usually--Look for an "Investors" section). The Annual Report is usually a .PDF with photos, updates about the company's past year and glimpses into their future plans and a Letter to Shareholders from the CEO. Some companies will also have a separate report related to their sustainability or Corporate Social Responsibility activities available on their website.
Check for bias!
Always consider the potential bias of a source (especially when the information comes directly from the company itself) and think about why it might skew one way or another. SIFT the info and/or use the CRAAP test (covered in the Kresge Online Workshop in Canvas).