LOS ANGELES, Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Scott Yahraus (www.scott4business.com), America’s leading expert in business turnarounds and dispute resolutions, was featured in an article in Business Management News offering strategies to help companies successfully navigate this current economic storm.
In an article titled, “How to Save Your Business During these Challenging Times,” Yahraus offers 7 ways that business owners and senior executives can create an environment that is less susceptible to the merciless impact of the Covid economy.
“America is going through its worst economic times since the Great Depression. Millions are out of work. Thousands of businesses have closed – at least temporarily,” the article stated. “Make sure your business isn’t one of them.”
The first piece of advice Yahraus shares is perhaps the hardest to swallow. “Know when to pull the plug,” he states. “There could be an opportunity for you to merge or acquire a competitor
As we move deeper into the pandemic, companies are realizing that the remote work habits that are de facto today will likely persist to become a major part of the way they work in the post-COVID world. Technology will play a big role in this new environment, but the way companies rebuild themselves around the technology may be even more important.
That was the topic of discussion at one round table during Fast Company‘s Impact Council annual meeting on June 30. The panel, moderated by Fast Company technology editor Harry McCracken, included Box CEO Aaron Levie, Visible CEO Miguel Quiroga, Threshold Ventures partner Heidi Roizen, Infoblox CEO Jesper Andersen, Pfizer chief digital and technology officer Lidia Fonseca, Emerald One CEO Laverne Council, and Vince Campisi of Raytheon Technologies.
When the pandemic began, much of the focus was on the technologies that we suddenly needed to enable working from home.
Taking newly-released economic data into consideration, a team of Morgan Stanley equity strategists reiterated their belief that a V-shaped economic recovery is underway.
They explained why Phase III vaccine data in November could be the catalyst for the recovery to gain further momentum and drive the reopening ahead.
The team used quantitative screening and leveraged analyst research to identify 44 stocks across industries that are poised to surge as the economic rebound and reopening take off.
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Seven months into the coronavirus pandemic, questions still remain around whether the economy is still headed for a V-shaped recovery.
Morgan Stanley’s equity strategy team think it’s a firm “yes.”
Newly released economic data including expanding global purchasing-manager indexes, rising retail sales in the US and Europe, increasing global trade volume, and decreasing inventory levels are all pointing to an ongoing economic rebound, Morgan Stanley said in
In the current recession, many manufacturing companies have been hit by near-term challenges. I believe this presents opportunities for long-term investors who are willing to ride out short-term challenges. In this article, I’m focused on Carlisle Companies Incorporated (CSL). While it may not be a household name, it is a well-recognized name in the industries that it operates in, as it serves many leading business customers. I see value in investing this company at the current price, and will show why; so let’s get started.
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A Look Into Carlisle
Carlisle Companies is a well-recognized global company that manufactures highly engineered products and solutions. What I like about Carlisle is its diversified business model, which touches many industries. Its markets include commercial roofing, specialty polyurethane, architectural metal, aerospace, medical technologies, and defense, to name a few. In 2019, the company generated over $4.8B in total revenue.
Credit card processing is an integral part of selling goods and services that allows businesses to complete credit and debit card transactions. Businesses of all sizes rely on payment processing services as a quarterback for expediting card transactions. Processors verify, accept, or decline transactions, securely transmit data, and transfer payments to a merchant account—all in seconds. Running a cash-only business limits merchants from paying the way consumers prefer.
There’s no one-size-fits-all credit card processor because what a business needs in a service depends on in-store/e-commerce capabilities and sales volume. We’verated the best credit card processing companies for small businesses: Payment Depot, Fattmerchant, Helcim, Square, and Dharma Merchant Services.
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Business Development Companies: A Primer with Two Warnings
By Don Chambers, September 2020
This article starts with a primer and ends with two warnings about BDCs (Business Development Companies) that may shock even seasoned investors. Investors considering the addition of a BDC to their investment portfolios should read all of this article and do extensive research on corporate governance before buying their first BDC share.
A PRIMER ON BDCs:
The first half of this article reviews the basics on BDCs in order to lay a foundation for better understanding the warnings that are laid out in the second half of the article.
DUBLIN, Sept. 11, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Top 50 Reports for Consumer Durables & Apparel” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
The Global Top 50 Reports for the Consumer Durables & Apparel Industry service contains a comprehensive report for each of the top 50 companies in the industry (ranked by sales or revenue).
These fundamental data reports are derived from the Worldscope Database which covers over 98% of the world’s market capitalization and represents the leading public companies in over 100 countries. The proprietary Quality Rating – a measure of corporate risk – is assigned to each company.
Timely and accurate information on the leading companies in the global industry
Unified Format across the world (consistent format for all companies and countries)
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Pharmaceutical companies are stockpiling medicines due to ongoing uncertainty over what will happen in Northern Ireland after Brexit.
The UK government last month threatened to rip up its Brexit withdrawal agreement with the EU and has warned that no trade deal may be agreed with the EU by the end of the year.
As a result, the industry says they “just don’t know” whether there will need to be checks on medicine going from Great Britain to Northern Ireland from next year.
“We just don’t know how it’ll work in Northern Ireland,” the ABPI’s Richard Torbett told Business Insider.
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Pharmaceutical companies are building up stockpiles of medicines to supply Northern Ireland due to widespread industry uncertainty over whether medicines will be allowed to move smoothly across the Irish Sea after Brexit.
With less than three months until the Brexit transition period ends, the
IT Deal Desk eliminates the hassle of vetting and securing new technology providers
centrexIT, an information technology (IT) services provider helping businesses thrive through technology, and Biocom, California’s leading life science member association, today announced the launch of IT Deal Desk. The latest platform provides Biocom members with exclusive access to an extensive, vetted partner network and simplifies the task of negotiating and securing agreements on members’ behalf.
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centrexIT and Biocom launch IT Deal Desk, an IT Platform that eliminates the hassle of vetting and securing new technology providers. (Graphic: Business Wire)
“centrexIT has decades of collective experience operating IT strategy in the life science industry. Currently, roughly 40% of our clients work in the space, so we understand what it takes to support regulated businesses,” says Dylan Natter, CEO of centrexIT. “Our company has been part of the