Posts Tagged: economy

The Value of Going Green for Manufacturing Companies

You may be green in the face from all the talk about “going green.” This trend over the last decade refers to the attention and effort to reduce waste in all areas of our lives, adopt more sustainable processes, and use materials that have minimal impact on the environment. There are many steps businesses can… Read more »

2014 IPO Update: A Look at the Debutantes

Believe it or not, 2014 is already more than half over. It started out with a bang when sixteen companies had their financial coming out parties in January, and it’s been a busy year ever since. There are 135 initial public offerings (IPOs) on the books so far for 2014. The step from being a… Read more »

The Shifting Role of E-Commerce in the U.S. Economy

The Internet’s impact on the U.S. economy is always growing. The share of online sales is slowly creeping up as the share of brick-and-mortar retailers continues to decline year over year. E-tailers See Growth A recent study by the Centre for Retail Research estimates that the online retail share of sales in the U.S. is… Read more »

Economic Impact Abounds As NCAA Narrows to Final Four

March may be over, but the madness is in full swing as the NCAA tournament comes down to the Final Four. With barely a week to go in this annual fascination with college basketball, companies large and small are feeling the financial effects – some good, some not so much. Whether they’re plagued by employees… Read more »