When writing your bibliography, the following rules are applied depending on the nature of the source :
SURNAME, Christian Name (Year). Title. Place : Publisher. Number of pages.
MOORE, Geoffrey (2006). Crossing the Chasm. New York: HarperCollins Publishers. 227 p.
SURNAME, Christian Name (Year). “Article Title.” Title of periodical. Volume number. Number of pages.
ANDREAU, Sylvie (2007). “The managers sentenced to growth”. L’Usine Nouvelle. No. 3037. pp. 62-67.
ORAL OR FLEETING SOURCE
AUTHOR of report. “Title of report”. Title of congress, date of Congress, place of congress.
DELMOND, Marie-Hélène. “From the know-how of the hierarchal company to knowing how to manage a network company: the case of outsourcing IT services”. Proceedings of the 3rd Congress IFSAM, 8-11 July 1996, Paris.
ORGANISATION or SURNAME, Christian Name. Title of the site, accessed : DD/MM/YYYY at : URL
DUMON, Olivier. Le Monde. “The great French Internet user filtering will start soon”, accessed on 10/06/2008 at : http://www.lemonde.fr/technologies/article/2008/06/06/le-grand-filtrage-des-internautes-francais-va-bientot-commencer_1055014_651865.html#ens_id=1048963
Each element should be separated by coherent punctuation.