What Good Business Should Be

Business does not have to be bad. We should try to get business right. To do this, we have to follow twelve principles of good business.

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American Airlines to warn 25,000 workers of potential furloughs

The memo, from CEO Doug Parker and President Robert Isom, said that the airline hopes to avoid some of those furloughs, which include around 10,000 flight attendants and 2,500 pilots. “We hope to reduce the actual number of furloughs significantly through enhanced leave and early-out programs for represented workgroups, which we are announcing today,” the […]

Investor group lambasts ‘earnings before coronavirus’

An investor advocacy group that counts some of the largest US asset managers among its members has lambasted companies that are ignoring losses resulting from the coronavirus pandemic when calculating cash flows for the purposes of credit agreements. The practice —...

BBC, Guardian cut 250 jobs in the wake of coronavirus

The Guardian said it was cutting 180 jobs, including 70 in its editorial department after the media group's revenues fell by £25 million ($31.6 million) for the year. The pandemic has boosted audiences and reader donations, but its effect on advertizing and newspaper...

Microsoft CEO: Broadband internet access is a ‘fundamental right’

Especially in rural areas of the country, many lack access to broadband internet — and thus have struggled to participate in the remote learning, working and health care that have allowed others to adapt during the crisis. A new initiative from Microsoft (MSFT) and...

Wells Fargo is a hot mess. It has only itself to blame

Wells Fargo is such a mess that it's being forced to slash its coveted dividend. During the Great Recession, Wells Fargo was so strong that it was among the last of the banks to touch its dividend. Today, it's the first.But the fact that Wells Fargo is hurting so much...
Central business district ‘exodus’ may last two years

Central business district ‘exodus’ may last two years

The coronavirus pandemic is pushing businesses and dwellers out of city centers and downtowns into the outskirts in the short term, but demand can be expected to return to big cities, according to the head of the largest commercial real estate broker in the country. Hessam Nadji, president and CEO of Marcus & Millichap, on […]

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Mortgage rates set another record low

Mortgage rates set another record low

Prospective buyers visit an open house for sale in Alexandria, Virginia. Jonathan Ernst | Reuters It almost doesn’t sound like news anymore: Mortgage rates fell to another record low last week, and that reinvigorated refinance demand. Homebuyers, however, took a step back. Total mortgage application volume rose 5.1% last week compared with the previous week, […]

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Physique Language For Business Success

Business-to-enterprise, or B2B, sales differ in some ways from enterprise-to-client sales. On this lesson, we'll be taught why they differ and how the selling process works when selling to a business buyer. What you are looking at proper now's a lens on Squidoo....

Growing Your Small Enterprise

Source IP goals to make it simpler for Australian companies to access public sector innovation and technology by sharing information, indicating licensing preferences and facilitating contact with IP generated by the public analysis sector in Australia. For either of...

Spiritual Laws That Enhance Wealth, Well being, And Happiness

A small 'tweak' to BHP's dividend is not going to be enough to avoid another credit standing downgrade, Normal & Poor's says philadelphia car accident attorney To be efficient position sizing must be applied to each trade consistently. Let me reiterate each and...

American Airlines to warn 25,000 workers of potential furloughs

The memo, from CEO Doug Parker and President Robert Isom, said that the airline hopes to avoid some of those furloughs, which include around 10,000 flight attendants and 2,500 pilots. “We hope to reduce the actual number of furloughs significantly through enhanced leave and early-out programs for represented workgroups, which we are announcing today,” the […]

Investor group lambasts ‘earnings before coronavirus’

An investor advocacy group that counts some of the largest US asset managers among its members has lambasted companies that are ignoring losses resulting from the coronavirus pandemic when calculating cash flows for the purposes of credit agreements. The practice —...

BBC, Guardian cut 250 jobs in the wake of coronavirus

The Guardian said it was cutting 180 jobs, including 70 in its editorial department after the media group's revenues fell by £25 million ($31.6 million) for the year. The pandemic has boosted audiences and reader donations, but its effect on advertizing and newspaper...

Mortgage rates set another record low

Prospective buyers visit an open house for sale in Alexandria, Virginia.Jonathan Ernst | ReutersIt almost doesn't sound like news anymore: Mortgage rates fell to another record low last week, and that reinvigorated refinance demand. Homebuyers, however, took a step...

Microsoft CEO: Broadband internet access is a ‘fundamental right’

Especially in rural areas of the country, many lack access to broadband internet — and thus have struggled to participate in the remote learning, working and health care that have allowed others to adapt during the crisis. A new initiative from Microsoft (MSFT) and...

Wells Fargo is a hot mess. It has only itself to blame

Wells Fargo is such a mess that it's being forced to slash its coveted dividend. During the Great Recession, Wells Fargo was so strong that it was among the last of the banks to touch its dividend. Today, it's the first.But the fact that Wells Fargo is hurting so much...

Walmart will start requiring customers in US stores to wear masks

Other national chains have made similar moves. Starbucks (SBUX)said last week that it will require customers to wear facial coverings or masks in all 9,000 of its company-owned US stores beginning Wednesday. Best Buy (BBY) announced Tuesday that it will also require...

Carnival taps bond market for another $1.3bn to stay afloat

Carnival Corporation raised a further $1.3bn secured against its fleet of ships on Wednesday, as the cruise operator seeks to steady itself while burning through more than half a billion dollars per month. The world’s largest cruise operator has suffered after the...

Iron ore outstrips gold as year’s best-performing major commodity

Iron ore has outpaced gold to rank as the best-performing major commodity this year, as a rebounding China sucks in vast amounts of the key steelmaking ingredient from mines in Australia and Brazil. The price of the rust-coloured raw material has risen almost 21 per...

This is what Ben Bernanke says needs to be done to save US economy

In a column in the New York Times, Bernanke said the lack of sufficient support for state and local governments was the biggest mistake made during the Great Recession, and he's afraid that Congress is in danger of repeating that mistake. Bernanke was the chairman of...