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Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Defined, How It Works

Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Defined, How It Works What Is the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)? The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is an independent federal government regulatory agency responsible for protecting investors, maintaining fair and orderly functioning of the securities markets, and facilitating capital formation. It was created by Congress in 1934 as the first […]

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What to Do Now? How Restaurants Survive in a Tough Economy

What to Do Now? How Restaurants Survive in a Tough Economy Eateries such as Bennigan’s, Village Inns, Old Country Buffet, Bonanza, Black Angus, and FatBurger have all filed for U.S. bankruptcy protection within the past 18 months. This is harsh evidence that the restaurant industry is not immune to today’s economic crisis. This crisis has

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Economist Alfred Marshall May Have Missed By A Mile On More Than One of His Economic Theories

Economist Alfred Marshall May Have Missed By A Mile On More Than One of His Economic Theories Not long ago, I was talking with an acquaintance who lambasted corporations, and while there have been many a greedy corporate executive who has taken advantage of the political system and the consumer, we must also understand that

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The Promotion of Foreign Investments – A Strategy for Sustainable Economic Development

The Promotion of Foreign Investments – A Strategy for Sustainable Economic Development Foreign direct investment has been widely recognized over the past decades as a major contributor to growth and development. It can bring capital, technology, management know-how and access to new markets. In comparison with other forms of capital flows, it also tends to

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Home Based Business – The Next Big Thing In The World’s Economy

Home Based Business – The Next Big Thing In The World’s Economy With the recent slowdown in the economy, millions of people across the globe have lost their jobs. It has become difficult for these individuals to support the daily expenditure of their families. They have started looking for alternative means of income, which is

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Financial Success – How To Make Money And Achieve Financial Success Even In A Bad Economy

Financial Success – How To Make Money And Achieve Financial Success Even In A Bad Economy Most people seem to think that their ability to make money, increase their income, or build wealth is dependent upon the state of the economy. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Truth is, the economy is largely dependent

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Network Marketing Business Opportunities Are Great For a Suffering Economy

Network Marketing Business Opportunities Are Great For a Suffering Economy So why are network marketing business opportunities so good in an economy that is not? Well for one, it is a home based business. You are not going to need a new office or storefront to get started. Fact is, you do not even have

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Ruined Rural Economy – Debt Death Trap Part – 11

Ruined Rural Economy – Debt Death Trap Part – 11 “Had Indian leaders listened to Mahatma’s inner Voice, than Indian farmers would have never committed Suicide?” My dearest Ezine readers encouraged with your response, today I am analyzing about the bad effects of MM-PC banks loan debt trap scheme which has already sent over 3000

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Bangladesh, an Emerging Economy in Export and Import

Bangladesh, an Emerging Economy in Export and Import Students of global economy are familiar with specific terms defining the economic powers that influence trade and industry beyond their borders. The Asian Tigers, for example, are the four highly-developed countries (Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan) that account for a good percentage of market exports

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