The Library offers a number of orientations/classes and sometimes Business Reference takes their turn. This time we are teaching So…you want to research old companies.
One hundred years ago on May 31 and June 1, 1921, mobs of white residents attacked Black residents, homes, and businesses, as well as cultural and public institutions in the Greenwood District of Tulsa, OK, an oil boom city and one of the wealthiest Black communities in the United States. The Red Cross provided critical medical aid and temporary tent housing, and documented the violence in official reports.
You might not think of either as a “business” topic but they are, because both are their own industries and because logistics – the commercial activity of transporting goods to customers – have been core parts of the U.S. economy and world trade.
Asian-owned businesses make up 10 percent of all businesses in United States and during the COVID-19 pandemic many have felt the effects of a new rise in anti-Asian sentiment.
Join the Science Reference Section in discovering digitized science collections from the Library of Congress on May 18.
Please join the Library of Congress Health Services Division and the Science, Technology and Business Division for a “COVID-19 and the Brain” online presentation on May 13, 2021 at 11:30 A.M. (E.D.T.).
Cicada Brood X is on its way! Learn more about their upcoming appearance.
Interested in how to do Business Research at the Library of Congress? Come to our Virtual Business Research Orientation May 12, from 1-2 pm!
This is the fifth part in a series about recreational mathematics that will be posted throughout the month of April, Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month.
This is the fourth part in a series about recreational mathematics that will be posted throughout the month of April, Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month.