Category: Business

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Accumulated Deficits Spawn Corporate Risk

November 21, 2016.Business
Three frustrated and overworked business people in the board room with arms crossed and head in hands.

Three frustrated and overworked business people in the board room with arms crossed and head in hands.

Based on historical experience, the U.S. national debt has little impact on corporate finance on a day-to-day basis. But over the long term or in a financial crisis, the impact can be significant. Deficit spending, which has been part of U.S. macroeconomic policy since the 1930s, has had very little negative impact. It has worked […]

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Negative Interest Rates in Developed Economies

October 30, 2016.Business.#finance
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When one first hears about negative interest rates, it’s almost like the term couldn’t be real.  Negative interest rates go against everything we consider to be principles in the time value of money concept – namely that due to compounding interest our money will be worth more in the future. What do Interest Rates Mean? […]

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Managing the Market Valuation of Your Company

September 20, 2016.Business
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The valuation of your company matters whether you’re a manager of a publicly traded company, a privately held company, a company that wants to be acquired, or a business looking for capital. While the value of your company’s stock is not the only metric of success, that value does provide a lot of information of […]

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Are You “All In”? Four Ways to Tell

August 5, 2016.Business
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Last week, I ran into a colleague who was carrying two phones—one for work and one for personal use. It wasn’t born of a need for privacy or an interest in accumulating more cool devices. Instead, the employee was attempting to achieve a healthy “work-life balance,” and the two phones were just the most overt […]

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The Most Mind-Numbing Ritual in Business

July 11, 2016.Business
Three frustrated and overworked business people in the board room with arms crossed and head in hands.

Three frustrated and overworked business people in the board room with arms crossed and head in hands.

There are a good many of them, to be sure – but “delivering the budget” has got to be one of the most universally entrenched, uniquely counterproductive exercises in organizations across the world. Look, some form of financial planning is obviously necessary: Companies have to keep track of the numbers. But the budgeting process as […]

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