Retrieve Census survey data on population, ethnicity, geographic places, age, income, etc. Also has Annual Economic Surveys and employment data by industry.
These are brief, recent updates from Census on poverty, income, health insurance coverage and more.
How do Americans 15 and over use their time? The Bureau of Labor Statistics provides the numbers in news releases and tables, sorted by gender.
How to start and operate a business – checklists, planning, credit, finance, accounting, taxes, technology, green business, working with a lawyer, and a large franchise directory.
The popular business magazine and its special reports.
A selective list of good public websites and advertising and marketing.
A list of good public Websites on American corporations, their stock, filings, and Fortune / Forbes Lists
The Federal Reserve system's publications and statistical reports are featured. Other parts include regulation, financial statements, and industry data.
This network develops sustainable strategies and solutions through research and collaboration on the environment, human rights, economic development, governance, and accountability.
Access to full-text articles from Business Law Today, along with important updates and new developments in business law.
An independent charity evaluator, provides free financial evaluations of America's charities.
Provides cost of living comparisons between cities, salary calculators by occupation and by city, a real estate calculator and other tools.
This World Bank site is an essential guide to business regulations and their enforcement in 185 countries. See Data for a snapshot of the economy and rankings of each country on ease of doing business.
This OECD publication has international statistics and definitions comparing the entrepreneurial culture, structure, vitality, and obstacles in countries with developed economies.
This site maps every zip code and block by race, housing, income, and education levels, using Census sampling from 2005-2009.
The NAICS code is a 6-digit system that defines and categorizes industrial activity in the NAFTA region. NAICS numbers allow you to search for business activity such as industry ratios.
The popular Dept. of Labor guide to more than 300 professions and occupations.
This U.S. S.B.A. site offers practical advice on starting & running a successful business and contact information for local women's business centers and networks.
Harnessing the insights of experts, Prendismo offers 14,000 short clips on innovation, strategy, leadership, and entrepreneurship.
SIC is the original industry code used by the government for tracking business activity. Last updated in 1987, it is still useful, but has been officially superceded by NAICS, above.
Information about starting, financing, and running a small business.
Directory of manufacturing companies.
Data on stocks, indexes, mutual funds, bonds, currencies, commodity prices and futures.
From the International Chamber of Commerce, a site with information on local chambers of commerce from around the world.