What happened in Uvalde, Texas and, unfortunately, many other places this month, year, decade and entire history of this country, is continuously devastating. How can we ever hope to address this issue with so much divide on something that seems so obvious? Let’s try to look at the problem from an Economist’s perspectives.
According to a leaked initial draft, The Supreme Court voted to strike down the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. Although it is not a final ruling, if the current opinions of the justices do not change, the majority of the court will confirm the reversal. The reversal would result in a monumental set back to both women’s rights and the nation’s economy.
Brandon Steiner is the creator and former CEO of Steiner Sports, the world’s most recognized sports memorabilia company. He launched in 1987 and has been since recognized as “one of the most innovative figures in the history of sports memorabilia”.
In 2004, Blockbuster Video had over 9,000 stores and employed more than 80,000 people across the world. In 2010, the company famously filed for bankruptcy, and as of 2019, only one single store remains. It’s in Bend, Oregon, if you feel like making a road trip.
Every great business plan answers four important questions: What’s the goal of your business? Why will it be successful? How will you make it successful? And how much will it cost to operate?
Without customers you can’t be credible, and without credibility you won’t get customers. So HOW are YOU supposed to establish credibility with minimal clients during the early stages of your business????
by Brandon Reiter There are three main financial reports that detail the performance of a business: the profit & loss statement (PNL), the balance sheet, and the statement of cash flows. While the PNL and the balance sheet often get the most attention, it is the statement of cash flows that is often overlooked, yet…
Scaling up is a natural stage in all successful business life cycles, but the timing and execution, can be the make or break difference in it’s longevity.
Some things in life make sense. Some do not. A five day work week makes none.