Forbes partners with EBSCO to create Forbes Digital Archive
Digital archive will contain the entire Forbes backfile with content dating back from 1917
NEW YORK, NY – September 12, 2014 –– Forbes today announced an agreement with EBSCO Information Services to create Forbes Digital Archive, a digital archive of the entire Forbes backfile with content from 1917 to 2000.
“This agreement is an example of how Forbes continues to find innovative ways to succeed in the digital age, by providing ground-breaking access to a comprehensive archive of authoritative information spanning the 20th century,” said Sue Radlauer, Forbes Director of Research Services.
“The agreement with Forbes allows EBSCO to provide researchers unrivaled electronic access to the world’s top business news in a fully searchable archive of one of the preeminent business magazines ever published,” said EBSCO Senior Vice President of Product Management, Michael Laddin.
EBSCO is providing Forbes with a version of their own EBSCOhost database so that Forbes employees may search for content dating back to 1917. The fully searchable archive provides analysis on business, investing, technology, entrepreneurship, leadership and affluent lifestyles.
As one of the largest providers of research information, EBSCO serves the content needs of all researchers whether they access EBSCO resources via academic institutions, corporations, schools, public libraries, hospitals and medical institutions, associations and government institutions. Utilizing the latest technology, EBSCO allows researchers to quickly find the most relevant content wherever and whenever they need it.