Economics : Business & Finance
Are you one who complains that the oil companies are making too much money? Well, blaming the Oil Companies for high Oil Prices is silly; let me tell you why. If you will read Ayn Rand you will see what happens when you attack the people trying to provide civilization with what they desire.
Texas has its own electricity grid - not connected to the rest of the country. That gave Texas the ability to move swiftly in deregulating power markets, building transmission lines, and pursuing the development of wind energy. They didn't need to get permission because there was no Federal jur
It seems that every day in the news someone famous is diving into the depths of the oceans with new and innovative technology in order to explore that which human eyes have never seen firsthand. From new submersibles and new techniques, these advancements are helping to create a new era for explorat
This article is a brief description of my own and other young adults' problems regarding student loan debt. It briefly touches on President Obama's repayment plans and how they are ineffective for the middle class. Finally, it opens up the question as to who the middle class actually is in
The November unemployment rate came in at a disheartening 9.8%, as employers added a mere 39,000 jobs in November. Friday's paltry job figures fell far short of the consensus 155,000 jobs predicted by analysts. The 9.8% jobless rate represents the nineteenth consecutive month where the unemploy
Volatility is increasing...and that's a warning sign. After a long period of relative calm, the wild gyrations are back. The combination of higher oil prices, inflation and the end of the Fed's Quantitative easing programs has investors jittery. Nevertheless, we have been operating on borr
America's 40th president said many spot-on things about the massive growth of government his "progressive" foes always sought. One of my favorite quotes is this little quip Ronald Reagan had to say about the federal government: "It's like a baby. It's an alimentary cana
Every one expects trucks to run on promises and corn syrup. It's crazy!! There is no other name for it. When you can't get gas in your car because the tanker cant afford to fuel up his rig. REMEMBER THAT SOMEONE TOLD YOU!
If we think we can do it alone we are fools. The storm in the Northeast has most Americans on pins and needles. While people have no control over the weather they do have control over the thoughts of mind. We have the power to choose, what we don't have is the power to choose the consequences o
In a poverty-stricken world where many are suffering for having less than enough and barely making it through the day, there are those who step forward and go against the downward flow so they can enable others to rise up from their poor situation. These certain group of people, called economists, c
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How are Gen Y coping in the recession? Some people think they will have to mend their ways, lower their expectations and so will become easier to manage. Not so. Organisations that don't continue to engage and motivate their young talent will suffer in the long term, as many did (and still do)
In January of 2008, Bank of America purchased Countrywide for some $4 billion. For B of A, the acquisition might generate some large gains if, in the near future, the mortgage markets begin to stabilize, according to analysts. The bank remains a leader in retail deposit accounts, and is a huge comme
As with all markets and their respective economies, having equilibrium is one of the key factors of a successful system. Although most markets do not reach equilibrium, they attempt at getting close. There are numerous methods devised to reach equilibrium, whether they involve human intervention dir