Monthly Archives: July 2013
In today's world where the race for corporate success and indeed survival is ever more demanding, most companies constantly strive to get ahead. Whether that's ahead of competitors, technological developments, or customer requirements, the quest for making their best even better seems never ending.
Most organizations recognize the need to start by examining business practices, and identifying potential problems. But with the pressure on it can be all too tempting to use Read more [...]
E-commerce is also known as e-business or e-tailing, where ‘E’ stands for electronic. Today, the internet has opened up new doors for online/ E-commerce business. Spaced out the typical internet surfing; you can do business online. Gone are the days when transactions, either financial or any other type were delayed because E-commerce business is now a real time online business solution. So, E-commerce means the better way of doing business whose transactions are done electronically through the Read more [...]
Even during economic downturns, the U.S. economy typically has a relatively significant amount of merger, acquisition, and divestiture activity. This volume can be the result of many factors, like general company restructurings, competitors acquiring their competition, or investors simply seeing a great opportunity to take over a company. No matter what the reason, the taxation of the merger or acquisition can have a significant impact on whether or not it’s a wise move – for either side. Let’s Read more [...]