Crash Course: Chapter 13 – A National Failure to Save by Chris Martenson

If you’ve just seen the previous chapter on debt, then you might be wondering if either our savings or our assets are of sufficient quantity to make those levels of debt perfectly manageable. In the next chapter I’ll deal with assets. In this chapter I will present evidence that the United States has failed to […]

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Turnaround management – In a nutshell

Turn around management, in a nutshell Any business can, in its life-cycle, face issues of under performance, and financial distress. The reasons can be simple, or complex, and range from: change in market conditions, availability of financial resources, bad debts suffered or inefficient management structure. The turnaround practitioner’s role, is to assist the business owners, […]

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Consumers Come to Find Relief in Retirement – Fleming’s Steakhouse

“What I think about most concerning retirement is the preservation of my principle. With things like Lehman Brothers going down, and these other companies like that, I don’t think there’s any guarantee or at least I haven’t thought there’s been a guarantee that you can be sure your principal will be there when you retire.” […]

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The Business Society: “Madoff: Why did this happen?”

– Great to see everybody. I’m delighted that you’re all here. Those of you don’t know, my name is Professor Kasomenakis, and I’m the faculty coordinator of the Business Society. I also teach accounting, if anybody’s interested in taking any of my accounting classes next semester. By all means, you’re welcome to take ’em, but […]

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