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E-commerce Business Potential: Milanoo.com B2C Mode

01st February 2010
A new survey data shows that because of the influence of the economic crisis, the traditional business activities even stop their steps. Even though we can not predict the precise duration and severity of the American financial crisis, one thing for sure ... Read >
Author: angola

Sam Walton's 10 Rules for Building a Successful Business

07th January 2010
Sam Walton was an amazing man who worked hard and accomplished a great deal in his lifetime. His 10 rules for building a successful business came from all of his life lessons on building a successful business and life. Sam Walton grew up poor during ... Read >
Author: Monique Schlosser

Car Companies That Went Belly Up

18th November 2009
With the economy the way it is, it was no surprise that Chrysler announced that they would be going into bankruptcy, also the discontinuation of the Pontiac line, and the imminent demise of GM's Saturn. So I was thinking let's take a look back at some oth... Read >
Author: Frank Bilotta

Wholesale Dropshipping Suppliers-Wholesale Italian Ice Distributors

20th August 2009
You may be one of the many thousands of possible Internet marketers out there who are searching for a technique to get involved in selling online . If so , you need to look into the chance of adding dropship products to your methodology. Why is this syste... Read >
Author: Eddie Garner

Nick Carraway, The Narrator Of The Great Gatsby - Is He Gay Or Bi?

13th August 2009
In The Great Gatsby Scott Fitzgerald presents a study of wealth and ambition through the prism of pathetic characters for which one can find almost no socially redeeming values. What novel portrays is the sordid story of small band of feeble charac... Read >
Author: marciano guerrero

GUESS WHO'S MAKING MONEY ON THE RECESSION

28th July 2009
During every great depression, or recession there is a modest risk taking investor in each sector of business, that has sharpened his skills for at least ten years before that depression or recession takes place and absolutely dominates and manifest resul... Read >
Author: BradfordB

The History Of The Little Black Dress

15th June 2009
No lady's wardrobe is quite complete without the little black dress. We take it so much for granted as the life saver that it is, that we kind of assume it's been around forever. Actually before the 1920s black dresses were reserved for mourning periods f... Read >
Author: Jackie DeBurca

Hyperinflation and the Housing Market

08th January 2009
The Federal Reserve under Ben Bernanke began aggressively lowering interest rates at the end of 2007 in response to the severe economic downturn caused by the collapse of house prices and the related difficulties falling house prices had on the banks and ... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Paper Dolls -- Endearing Childhood Treasures

10th October 2008
Paper dolls are among of the simplest and cheapest of toys, and yet have provided great entertainment for children and adults around the world for centuries. These dolls are normally two dimensional, and are most often made of paper, but can also be made ... Read >
Author: Tom Littlepage

Is It Illegal To Own Gold in USA

06th February 2008
In 1974 President Gerald Ford lifted a forty year ban where it was illegal to own hoards of gold. This ban was put in place by Franklin D. Rossevelt in 1933.People were able to buy gold and trade gold as a commodity. After the great depression is when ... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

What is Fordism?

24th July 2007
Almost a hundred years ago, one car company became known for being able to withstand the fluctuations of the economy. One company was able to give its laborers the freedom to purchase the output that they have produced. Hence the term "Fordism," named aft... Read >
Author: nathe

Radio Flyer, 9 Decades of Imagination

19th February 2007
The wonderful toys produced by Radio Flyer have been a staple of childhood memories for over 85 years. Through the years, this popular toy company has continually improved in production and features, expanding their product line to entertain the children ... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

The Hoover Dam: an important cultural landmark

17th October 2006
Herbert Hoover has the sad misfortune of being remembered as the President in office at the time of the Wall Street Crash, and the ensuing onset of the Great Depression. However, he has achieved a lasting legacy in the Hoover Dam; also known as the Boulde... Read >
Author: Richard Green
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