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Business Websites of Interest

  • Business Insider
    A fast-growing business site that provides information on technology, finance, politics, business strategy (including career information), life (including education), and entertainment.
  • Business Professionals of America
    The leading CTSO (Career and Technical Student Organization) for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields. BPA has 43,000 members in over 2,300 chapters in 23 states.
  • Business Pundit
    Resources include links to the best business books and magazines, business tools and services, companies, jobs and careers, brands and products, and graphics.
  • Entrepreneurship Corner: Stanford University
    Offers 2,000 free videos and podcasts, featuring entrepreneurship and innovation thought leaders. Browsable topics include Creativity & Innovation, Opportunity Recognition, Product Development, Marketing & Sales, Finance & Venture Capital, Leadership & Adversity, Team & Culture, Globalization, Social Entrepreneurship, and Career & Life Balance.
  • Farm Progress America
    Max Armstrong, The Voice of American Agriculture, anchors the Farm Progress Broadcast division that includes television, radio, enhanced Web content, and custom programming. Millions of farmers, ranchers and consumers have viewed Max's TV programs and heard his radio broadcasts during his more than 30 years of industry experience. He is one of the most widely recognized and highly regarded agricultural journalists in America.
  • The Agribusiness Council
    A private, nonprofit/tax-exempt, membership organization dedicated to strengthening U.S. agro-industrial competitiveness through programs which highlight international trade and development potentials as well as broad issues which encompass several individual agribusiness sectors and require a "food systems" approach. Examples of such issues are commercialization of new technology/crops, environmental impacts, human resource development, trade and investment policy, natural resource management, and rural development.
  • The Motley Fool
    A multimedia financial-services company dedicated to building the world's greatest investment community. The Motley Fool's award-winning website publishes hundreds of articles each week: offering news, analysis, and commentary on investing and retirement.
  • This Week in AgriBusiness
    If you are a farmer, rancher, involved in agribusiness . . . or just have a general interest in agriculture (like you enjoy eating), you will find something of interest. For example, there's Greg Soulje's daily update of US weather, wander through Max's tractor shed, or check out the most recent (or not-so-recent) Samuelson Sez.
  • Top Professional Associations for Business Students
    A list compiled by Rasmussen College for professional business associations: divided into accounting, marketing and sales, human resources, and healthcare management. You can follow the links to each association to learn more about it, obtain resources, or even join.
  • United Agribusiness League
    Since 1980, United Agribusiness League has grown from its original 6 members to more than 1,100 agricultural employers and over 25 agricultural trade associations.

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