How Unlimited Choices Have Given Way to New
Since the beginning of the 20th century, advertising drove our
economy in the form of a pre-packaged, one-way story.
Today, it's a different story. We've gone from three channels
to 500 and from no web pages to a billion web pages. The
choices tha Read More>>
Every business faces risks, but some companies are riskier
than others. Assessing a company’s risk is an important part
of estimating its value. Risk and value are inversely related.
That is, the higher a company’s risk, the lower its value.
Risk is a function of a company’s external threats Read More>>
Knowing where your company fits into the world of business is a must if you want to understand the dynamics of selling it. The rules that govern the sale of public companies like Ford, Microsoft, and General Electric are radically different from the rules that control the sale of closely held, owner operated, founder Read More>>
I got asked not long ago for my opinion on Federal Antitrust Laws. I had to preface my answer that I am not an attorney, but my belief is that the central concern of federal government policy is with those acquisitions that increase the danger that companies in a particular market or sector will have “market pow Read More>>
We often get the question from those wishing to become a business broker: Do I need to have a license? And the answer is yes and no. First, there is no such thing as a "Business Broker License". However many States and Provinces do require a real estate license to facilitate the selling of a business. Below is a lis Read More>>
According to the Global
Entrepreneurship Monitor 2014 Report, entrepreneurship rates in the U.S rose to
approximately 14 percent last year - a far cry from the recession low of 7.6 percent
The Bureau of Labour Statistics states that Americans change their
approximately job every 5 years, many taking the leap and Read More>>