The objective of this research was to analyze the contents of research publications on business information behavior, in terms of authorship, research methods, types of research question, researched issues, user groups studied, and conceptual framework used in each research. The population of the study consisted of research articles, theses/dissertations and research papers in conference proceedings published during 2008 - 2015. The main findings from this study showed that the analyzed research publications mostly were research articles written in English and published in Taylor & Francis database. Most of them were conducted by 2 researchers, working as faculty members. Among these authors, 19.8 percent taught in business schools and 15.9 percent were associated with marketing and advertising areas. The majority of the researchers lived in the United States. In regard to research methods used, it was found that most of the works were quantitative researches, used survey method, employed questionnaires, and conducting a research into perception patterns. This study illustrated the researched issues of publications on business information behavior that 30, 19, 18, 16, 15,13 and 6 of all the works were relevant to information uses, information searching and retrieval, information sharing and exchange, information reception and perception, information seeking, information needs and information disclosure respectively. In addition to categories of business information and the types of business studied, the majority of the publications focused on organization information and did not specifically refer to any one type of business. User groups of interest included business professionals (36.0 percent) the general public (22.0 percent), students and university staffs (16.0 percent) and company employees (14.0 percent). However, conceptual frameworks were rarely specified in research publications. There are two main recommendations based on the results of this study. First, business-related scholars as well as information professionals, including faculty members and practitioners in information service agencies in Thailand should be encouraged and supported to undertake more research on business information behavior, particularly information sharing and exchange and information disclosure. Doing this will provide the baseline data that can be applied in business operations development and information service management regarding stakeholders’ behaviors in the country. Second, researchers in the field of study may consider using a wide range of qualitative methods in their inquiries to broaden and deepen their research findings.