What are the major tuning points in history which changed business? This article focuses on the global economic impact of the slave trade and how it was a turning point in the history of business.
Globalisation is defined as ‘the ability to produce any good or service anywhere in the world, using raw materials, components, capital and technology from anywhere, sell the resulting output anywhere and place the profits anywhere’. With the...
Del E Webb wanted to be a baseball player, but grew to own one of America's best known construction and development companies. Webb was born in California in 1899 and died in 1974. He built hospitals, housing developments such as Sun City in Arizona, business complexes, and casinos in Las Vegas...
The wasteful pursuits of gambling and outrageous lead-swinging would hardly sound like the beginnings of a hugely successful business enterprise. But that's how the Jenner Department store in Edinburgh, Scotland came into being back in the 1830's.
Frank Abagnale was a modern day Robin Hood. He flew round the world successfully stealing million of dollars and enjoyed a millionaire lifestyle - all before the age of twenty one.
The Elements of Culture The study of culture has led to generalizations that may apply to all cultures. These include elements such as bodily adornments, courtship rituals, etiquette, concept of family, gestures, joking, mealtime, customs, music,...
The business world is full of specific terms, slang, and jargon. Ever wonder what the terms brown good and white good mean? Click here to read this article and discover each label's meaning!
Internal theft investigations has always been a back burner to external investigations. This practice causes companies time, money, and liability. Here is how you can drop your shrink $150,000 in one year.
A brief history of Typing, Typists, Typewriters and the changing role of women in business. The Secretary, sex and the typewriter and how the Qwerty keyboard and typing training have survived the Ipad, Internet and information age.
Nevada is a lucrative state for your dream career and a variety of jobs that has doubled the number of workers needed in the 2010s. Aerospace industries are particularly successful here.