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Bankruptcy Law

Consumer Attitudes and Online Retail Dynamics in the UK

01st August 2012 introduces a report "Consumer Attitudes and Online Retail Dynamics in the UK" which gives an overview, Demand, Supply Trends and industry analysis report Product Synopsis Provides in-depth analysis of the latest trends in online cons...
Author: Bharatbook
Business Law

Legal Advantages That a Singapore Company Incorporation Offers

22nd February 2011
There are many reasons to consider a Singapore Incorporation. One of the most important reasons is the laws against unfair competition. This keeps one business from "taking over" and forming a monopoly that could eliminate a fair business market. The Comp...
Author: asiabiz
Bankruptcy Law

The Three Best Sectors for Stock Market Speculators this Year

18th February 2011
Very good earnings continue to flow from smaller companies. This is a great sign that the economic recovery is real and not just due to growth in other regions of the globe. The stock market in my view is getting very close to being fully valued, ...
Author: profitconfidential
Business Law

Solving Growing Pains For a Mid-sized Enterprise

21st January 2011
As businesses grow and prosper, their management needs grow larger in tandem. Entry level business solutions may start becoming inadequate in meeting the company’s requirements. This problem is readily apparent in the accounting department. The multitu...
Author: Carlene Schnitzer
Employment Law

Employment Law – Appraisals and Authorised Leave

01st September 2010
The complexity of legislation can often result in many employers, who haven’t sought employment law advice, being taken to a Tribunal on “technicalities”. A HR advisor will help you to resolve even the most complex of issues, protecting you from the l...
Author: jennyhicks
Business Law

Tenders - How Online Tenders Procuring Is Better Than The Traditional Way!

23rd June 2010
A tender offer is nothing but a "takeover bid" in corporate finance world. Basically, a company makes a tender offer, which is a public offer of stock and provides details such as minimum and a maximum number of shares that are to be tendered, the price a...
Author: Emilyralph