Answered By: Erin Wachowicz
Last Updated: Aug 22, 2017     Views: 17

Yale University Library offers access to Barron’s via Factiva and ABI/Inform from Proquest. You can find links to both of these here

  • Barron’s content from Factiva is available in real time. Use the News Pages tab, and selecting Factiva Pages to browse through the last month of Barron’s by section.  Watch a brief video clip on how to do this here (no sound in this video): Best for reading current issues.
  • Barron’s content from ABI/Inform includes full-text, PDF scans of articles as they appeared in Barron’s (with images).  There is a brief delay in content delivery – at the time of writing this note, the most recent edition is from August 7.  Watch a brief video clip on finding articles from Barron’s in ABI/Inform here (no sound in this video): Best for locating articles from previous issues.

As a reminder, if you are off-campus, you will need to connect to the Yale network using VPN.