Many people have heard of the 80/20 rule. It is known by a handful of other names including the law of the vital few and the Pareto Principle. Simply put, the 80/20 principle says that roughly 80% of results come from 20% of causes. Why Should I Care? What does this mean to you? If […]
Despite fiscal cliff concerns and the tremendous impact super storm Sandy had on jobs, the U.S. employment outlook is actually looking pretty positive. November job figures were just released and showed an addition of 118,000 jobs for the month.
Recent coverage of what the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) has been spending their time and energy on is disturbing. Chairman Mary Shapiro’s personal motivation to leave a legacy she decides on has dominated news about the SEC recently. Read more about this in the article I wrote for PFhub.com.
There are many industries that have been suffering from the unstable and uncertain economy, and the continuing rise in the cost of oil has also negatively impacted many businesses as well. This has led many businesses to struggle and many have even gone under. Even linchpins of business such as the United States Postal Service […]
Facebook’s much anticipated IPO could raise up to $10 billion dollars putting the company’s implied valuation at a whopping $75 billion and $100 billion and making it the biggest ever internet IPO. It is anticipated the company will file with the SEC in the coming weeks, maybe as soon as next week.
Since midnight of Tuesday, January 17, 2012, Wikipedia shut down its English language site for 24 hours in protest of internet anti-piracy legislation currently being discussed in the U.S. Congress. The encyclopedia site, which is perennially in the top ten most visited sites, is not the only site protesting with a shutdown, but they are […]