The term “information broker,” means many things to many people. Broadly speaking, in-house information brokers—within libraries, institutions, private industry—perform information services for fees charged to outside clients or charged back to projects or departments inside the institution itself. Entrepreneurial information brokers are self-employed people or groups of people organized as profit-making businesses. These brokers provide information service for and sell information products to paying customers. Information brokering, in-house and entrepreneurial, calls for professional skills and personal attributes not necessarily brought to play in more traditional library occupations.