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Healthcare Analytics Management

Citing Reports

Here are examples of how to cite our most popular business report databases using APA:


  • Kearney, A.T. (2016, November). Coffee by consumption in the US 2016. Retrieved from Statista database.

  • Smith, B., Johnson, W., James, K. & Norfolk, V. (2014, August). Industry report - Computer and electronic product manufacturing NAICS Code 334. Retrieved from Statista database.

  • Ipsos. (September 2014). Share of affluent household members in the United States who attended tennis matches (2011 to 2014) [Chart]. Ipsos Affluent Survey USA. Retrieved from Statista database.

  • Website (TiVo). (February 2014). Distribution of time Millennials spent watching video content in the United States as of December 2013, by type [Chart]. Retrieved from Statista database.

Nexis Uni Company Report:

  • Corporate Affiliations. (2015, September 25). McDonald's Corporation. Corporate Affiliations. Retrieved from LexisNexis Academic database.


  • Mergent Inc. (2014, February 28). McDonald's Corp.: Ford Equity research report. Retrieved from Mergent Online database.


  • Infogroup, Inc. (2016). Starbucks Corp [Company profile]. Retrieved October 4, 2010, from ReferenceUSA database.


  • Haider, Z. (2015). IBISWorld Industry Report 52211. Commercial Banking in the US. Retrieved May 6, 2016 from IBISWorld database.

Citing a Business Website

If you are citing a company website, using the following examples on how to cite this source:

  1. Fagan, J. (2019, March 25). Nursing clinical brain. OER Commons. Retrieved September 17, 2019, from
  2. National Institute of Mental Health. (2018, July). Anxiety disorders. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health.
  3. Woodyatt, A. (2019, September 10). Daytime naps once or twice a week may be linked to a healthy heart, researchers say. CNN.
  4. World Health Organization. (2018, May 24). The top 10 causes of death.


Examples taken from APA Style guide, 7th ed.

UNO Writing Center Style Guide Cheat Sheets

You must cite any information presented in your lab report, presentation, poster or paper that is not your own. Not giving credit to the source of your information is plagiarism. Check out the links to learn the proper way to give credit for items used in your work, including but not limited to data, ideas, cartoons, photographs, maps, charts, graphics or other information.

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