Economics : Business & Finance
It appears that the head of Greece's radical left party believes that there is little chance that Europe will cut off funding to the country, and if it does, Greece will repudiate its debts. Seriously...
The Icelandic financial crisis was surely due to a systemic malady and also due to the over-valuation of Kroner, apart from a whole host of other reasons. But, what happened on various sectors that led to the financial crisis in Iceland is important to be known.
There is a little known laboratory experiment being conducted in the United States pitting two economic systems against one another. Those systems are Socialism and Capitalism. This experiment is taking place in two of the largest states in the country, California and Texas, with California represen
America has been on a heightened state of alert since September 11, 2001, ever on guard against terrorists seeking to destroy our capitalist, free enterprise system from without. But, while we were watching our borders, another sinister threat to our nation was silently spreading within - from Wall
The 2009 Obama Stimulus Plan is estimated to cost more than the Vietnam War with figures adjusted for inflation.You have most likely heard about the Stimulus Plan but you may not know exactly what is in it.That's understandable because congress doesn't appear to know either.
While some companies use a bail out when in debt, industrial company Hitachi plans to make up their losses with the stock market. Here is a basic outline of the company's plans to recover their losses.
If you know a friend or family member that is on the verge of losing their home or has already been left homeless, there are ways that you can help. Give them a place to stay, help them find a job, buy food or watch their kids so that they can look for work. Your help can prevent them from entering
How soon with Saudi Arabia join the nuclear club? You might be surprised with our investigation. How will this change the world's energy picture? Water desalination will be the driving force behind Saudi's entry into nuclear energy.
In the late 1980s and early 1990s we had the junk bonds and the S & L Scandals and now we have a crisis in the sub-prime lending banking sub-sector. During the height of the real-estate bubble too many loans were being made to folks who had marginal or less than marginal credit. Loans were made well
Nowadays, lots of words like "ant tribe", "dwelling narrowness" are famous on the internet and the daily expression which used to describe people who born in the late of 1980s and graduated recently. What is the common ground between ant and the college students born in the late
All of a sudden the Internal Revenue Service commonly known as the IRS has hit the headlines and is in news for the past few weeks for all wrong reasons. It is a known fact that nobody likes a taxman, and as a brand, IRS was never considered as a darling by most of the Americans but, still it was no
Due to the Securities and Exchange Commission failing to provide CFO's with a confirmed date as to when IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards) is to be implemented, many of the leading companies in our country are not directing their resources towards the change and feel it is not a
The cable business networks are all a flurry with discussions about rising prices, bank failures, and our failing economy. But I have noticed something critical missing in these discussions. Seldom is anything mentioned about the underlying cause of our troubles. The worthless piece of paper we call
In the UK a barrister is a legal professional who is a specialist in courtroom advocacy under instruction from solicitors or other specified professionals. They also play a role in giving advice to their professional counterparts who are mostly solicitors. A barrister is mainly hired because of his
Notwithstanding all the uncertainty about economic policies and the confusion added by all the politics, it should be clear that growing our economy is one of the necessary ingredients to solving our hopefully short-to-medium term economic doldrums and our long term deficit. If the past thirty years
Last year, I was discussing with an acquaintance the challenges with the EU and the economy there. My acquaintance is from the UK so he had a bit to say about it all and he is "in the know" if you will. He explained to me that the Eurozone had indeed had a decent run, but there were far to