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Videocon : Add comforts to your life

27th October 2009
Videocon is the Indian Multinational that is also known as the 'desi' brand which is favourite among Indians in terms of electronic appliances. It knows its customers from their nerves as they share the same roots. Since years, Videocon has been nurturing... Read >
Author: Shefali Roy

Advantages & Disadvantages of Dividends

20th October 2009
A dividend is a portion of a company's profit that is paid out to the shareholders, commonly in cash or stock. For investors, dividends present a great way to get periodic payouts on a high-yield investment. However, like all types of investments, there a... Read >
Author: Wesley Watkis

What is a Shareholder Derivative Suit?

16th September 2009
A shareholder derivative suit refers to a lawsuit brought by the shareholders in behalf of the corporation against a third party. This is not traditional practice in corporate law, normally management is the one responsible for bringing up charges or d... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Tennessee Cremation Natural or Propane Gas

19th August 2009
Tennessee Cremations: There are pros and cons to using both natural gas and propane as crematory fuels, heavily influenced by their availability in your crematory's location. If you're struggling to make a choice between natural gas and propane, you ha... Read >
Author: Headflood

The Importance Of Investment Portfolio Diversification

24th July 2009
Part of the importance of investing is maintaining your purchasing power. With "safe" funds, you rarely earn an interest rate as high as the inflation rate, which means you're losing purchasing power over time, even though you aren't likely to lose the mo... Read >
Author: TedBrumby

The Beta of a LBO Fund in a time of crisis

23rd July 2009
First, I remind that Beta represents the measure of risk of a company or a sector which we intend to analyse. For its turn the financing of acquisitions by loan, commonly known as LBO (leverage buyout), is characterized by the fact that the investment ... Read >
Author: Francisco Banha

Discover the Benefits of the Single Member LLC

01st May 2009
There are several benefits to creating and managing a single member llc. The individual asset protection of the shareholders is the most important gain, but there are other rationals for forming an LLC. Entrepreneurs take a lot of risks when they create t... Read >
Author: dreservitz@gmail.com

The top level of management

16th March 2009
Top level managers are also called as strategic managers. They have a long term vision for the company. They need to possess conceptual skills so as to set the goals for the organization as a whole. They are not involved in day to day tasks of the company... Read >
Author: Himanshu Juneja

APPLICATION OF THE CAPM TO PROJECT APPRAISAL

01st February 2009
APPLICATION OF THE CAPM TO PROJECT APPRAISAL .Logic and weaknesses.The capital asset pricing model was originally developed to explain how the returns earned on shares are dependent on their risk characteristics. However, its greatest potential use in the... Read >
Author: Randika Abeysingha

4 Most Common Hedge Fund Structures

16th January 2009
There are seemingly an infinite number of ways for a hedge fund to be structured. Both hedge fund managers and their hedge fund service providers have devised many innovative structures in order to meet the specific regulatory and tax needs of the manager... Read >
Author: Hedge Fund Attorney

BPM Software and BPM Solutions

09th January 2009
Many organizations have learned that Business Process Management (BPM) can compress cycle times, reduce cost and improve responsiveness, yet only about one-third of "process-oriented" companies go beyond the basics of the initial project. A growing number... Read >
Author: webmaster123

Dissolution of your Michigan business entity

01st December 2008
Dissolution of Your Business Entity by Brian P. McMahon, Esq. (Originally published in the Troff, Petzke & Ammeson Newsletter at www.tpalaw.com/Newsletter.   There are primarily four reasons why a business entity is dissolved. These are: 1.) r... Read >
Author: Brian P. McMahon

How to Deal with C Corporation Tax

29th July 2008
Introduction - S corp vs C corp The difference between C corporations and all the other entities is that C corps pay their own tax - they are not pass-through entities. The corporation pays corporate income tax on its profits at the following rate... Read >
Author: Nick Braun EA PhD

How To Get A Record Deal

18th July 2008
Tuesday, July 8, 2008 How To Get A Record Deal Discover Yourself! Get Brilliant! The first question to ask yourself about getting a record deal is, are you sure you want one? Not long ago, being on a major label was about the onl... Read >
Author: moorehits

ISO/IEC 38500 – the new international standard for IT governance

06th July 2008
In the 21st century, IT governance has become a much-discussed topic amongst IT professionals. It is not that well understood by senior managers, company directors, board members and chairmen - which is a pity, because IT governance is a key topic for exa... Read >
Author: Alan Calder
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