Online sources analog to printed sources (like articles in e-journals etc.), should be cited in the same way as the printed
sources, with additional DOI or URL. For documents from subscription services without own URL, the name of the database should be cited.
For online sources without a printed parallell (like websites or web logs), cite as much relevant information as possible,
the access date, and the URL.
When citing online electronic sources, the final element in the citation is the DOI or URL. Access date is recommended for
some sources (undated sources, web sites, and items without a publication/revision date).
Informs. 2016. "Build your career". Accessed 10 September 2016.
Citation in the text: (Informs 2014)