For recent articles on what's happening with businesses owned by women, you can search Business-focused databases like Business Source Complete, EBSCO Management and Entrepreneurial Studies, and also news an popular press sources like Nexis Uni. Search the first three of these at the same time by going to any one, choosing “select databases” above the search bar and choosing the others. Try searches like:
"WOMEN-owned business enterprises"
women and entrepreneur*
or combine those phrase with other topics for more focused searches, For example:
"WOMEN-owned business enterprises" AND covid
women and entrepreneur* and (funding or investors)
Don't forget to use the date slider on the left to screen out older articles.
Use the "Research" tab to find databases by subject/discipline. The Business subject page has a curated list of business databases, or consult the A-Z Database link for a list of all the Indiana University Bloomington subscription databases. These resources must be accessed through the Libraries website or portals like this guide.
Examples of how to cite business information in both MLA and APA citation formats.