Henry Stewart Talks: Business & Management Collection
A large, more than 1,700, collection of recorded lectures, talks, case studies, and multimedia presentations with printable slide notes, that is regularly updated and growing with covering. Topics covered include Finance, Accounting & Economics; Global Business Management; Management Leadership & Organizations; Marketing & Sales; Strategy and Technology & Operations. Lecturers and presenters are leading academic experts and practitioners from commerce and industry.
UNC-Chapel Hill has access until June 30, 2018.
Any comments on this database are welcome and should be directed to David Ernsthusen.(firstname.lastname@example.org)
CB Insights is a database that provides information and independent analysis of private companies in a wide range of industries. The information is collected from a wide range of print and electronic sources and is supplemented by interviews and independent analysis. There is a special focus on the financing, and mergers and acquisitions of these companies through private investors and venture capital and private equity firms. Students, faculty and staff must register and set up an account using a UNC email address to access CB Insights.
RavenPack News Analytics
RavenPack News Analytics is a database containing millions of analytical data points for articles on thousands of entities. These data points can be used to perform a wide variety of analysis on how entities are presented or covered by various Dow Jones News services. RavenPack News Analytics is accessed via the Wharton Research and Data Services (WRDS) and requires a WRDS account and password.
BoardEx is an extensive collection of data on board of directors of publicly listed companies in all regions of the world. The companies included are divided into 4 regions (United Kingdom, Europe (excluding United Kingdom), North America (U.S and Canada), and The Rest of the World). The data is further divided into 7 reports “Individual Profile”, “Compensation Analysis”, “Committee Details”, “Company Profile”, “Networks / Associations”, and "Announcements." BoardEx is accessed via the Wharton Research and Data Services (WRDS) and requires a WRDS account and password.
Searchable Full-Text of a variety of publications relating to United States and individual state tax issues. Also includes searchable Full text of SEC and GAAP Compliance rules, procedures, FASB pronouncements, and International Accounting standards.
Click HERE to create a personal account that alows you to personalize the initial Checkpoint page. Note you must use a @kenan-flagler.unc.edu email address when registering.
Please email David Ernsthausen (email@example.com) if you have any questions or problems.
The Deal Pipeline (Kenan-Flagler only)
The Deal Pipeline is a the transaction information service powered by senior financial journalists created to help organizations find new business, develop industry relationships and perform due diligence. The Deal Pipeline's journalists write 150+ articles and data updates daily, making The Deal Pipeline the best place to follow M&A, pre-auction offerings, private equity transactions, distressed debt opportunities and more.
As part of our subscription users may receive any number of daily, weekly and customized newsletters based on their focus area. Once you have your password; just go to set up to make your selections.
Please email David Ernsthausen (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your requests for an account.
Crimson Hexagon ForSight
Crimson Hexagon’s ForSight platform provides researchers the ability to search and analyze social media activity from a variety of important internet sources including: Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, and various blogs and forums. It represents one of the few options available for academic researchers to access the historical Twitter archive going back a number of years and contains more than 300 billion posts. Along with measuring the sentiment related to online conversations, the ForSight platform allows researchers to identify a number of key demographic details related to the individuals behind the conversion including their geography, age, gender, and ethnicity. More details regarding the product are available here.
There are significant restrictions on users and uses. Please email David Ernsthausen (email@example.com) for more information.
Nielsen Consumer Panel Data and Retail Scanner Data
The Consumer Panel data
The Consumer Panel data beginning in 2004, tracks purchases of a panel of 40,000 to 60,000 households who stay on as long as they meet Nielsen’s requirements. The data collected by scanners describes when, where, and at what price, the panelists made purchases in all 10 Nielsen Food and Non-Food Departments which together account for about 1.4 million UPC codes. Panelists are geographically dispersed and demographically balanced. Each panelist is assigned a projection factor, which enables purchases to be projectable to the entire United States.
Retail Scanner Data
The Retail Scanner Data consists of weekly pricing, volume, and store merchandising conditions generated by retail store point-of-sale systems from approximately 35,000 participating grocery, drug, mass merchandiser, and other stores from approximately 90 retail chains covering all US markets. Products from all Nielsen-tracked categories are included in the data, such as food, non-food grocery items, health and beauty aids, and select general merchandise. The data is available starting 2006, with updates being made on an annual basis. Updates are expected to be available in the first quarter of each calendar year, and will lag by 2 years (e.g. 2013 Retail Scanner data is expected to be released in January 2015).
More information on both datasets is available here.
These data sets are only available to tenured or tenure track faculty and PhD Students under their supervision at UNC-Chapel Hill. Please email David Ernsthausen (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information and requests for an account.
The most recent update of this section was on May 11, 2017