By Alan Fein - Axcess Business News
The world grows smaller as technology advances. That all adds up
to change in the face of worldwide concerns over personal
safety. Some fear an Orwellian society over having to much
security imposed on their lives through the advent of smarter
technologies. Investors have been taking a wait-and-see approach
as well, perhaps chastened by similar fears of uncertainty. But
some industries see those same technology advances as a
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"He makes his home where the living is best," Latin Proverb.
Owning a house has many advantages. Deductions for mortgage and property taxes; fixed housing costs with fixed-interest mortgages; financial security; and an asset to pass down to your children. Making a home is having all of those advantages in a place where you're safe and comfortable - in a community you enjoy being a part of. In Huntsville, this connection is not only with friend and neighbors, but ...
NanotechnologyInvestment.com Reports: Revolutionary
Nanotechnology Developments Part 2 - Innovations in Renewable
Energy and Homeland Defense Attributable to Nanotech
Nanotechnology developments spearheading new initiatives at Ford
Motor Company and Boeing.
Brian Eriksen Noer reports for www.NanotechnologyInvestment.com
In the second of a two part report NanotechnologyInvestment.com
details the current advancements in the science of
Nanotechnology, and specifically as those ...
In the 1970's, there was a margarine commercial with the message
of "you can't fool mother nature." This statement never held
more true than it does today.
Up until the very early 1900's, the farming and livestock in
this country was grown and raised using natural and organic
methods. It was just the way it was done and it didn't need to
be called "organic". In the last 50 years or so, more extensive
use of chemicals became widespread. Remember when a tomato
actually tasted like a tomato?
All of us, including your child, entered this world equipped
with a super-computer that can be programmed to achieve almost
We all have what it takes to function at optimum level--to be
the best student, to be the best in our career, and to function
efficiently in every area of our life.
See the wonderful things and systems around you: your PC,
internet, satellite, spaceship, mobile phone, video conference,
modern health-care systems, development in biotechnology, ...
New Technology Revolutionizes Check Collection
Bad checks are a growing problem in the US economy. According to
a 2001 study conducted by Global Concepts for the Federal
Reserve, an estimated 300 million checks bounce per year,
costing retailers over $200 billion. Until recently, merchants
had limited options for check collection: They could take the
check and pray it didn’t bounce; they could have a cash only
policy and leave potential money on the table; they could use a
service such as ...
Being a long-time Internet entrepreneur, I have made certain
observations over time. Most people who start an online business
seem to go through certain "phases." They make the same
mistakes, and they react the same to different circumstances.
All the while, they never realize that much of this behavior
sends a glaring red signal that they are undoubtedly newbies.
There is nothing wrong with being a newbie (after all, I wasn’t
born this brilliant grin). But ask any novice and they will ...
The purpose of this article is to present earnouts to sellers of
technology companies as a method to maximize their transaction
proceeds. Sellers have historically viewed earnouts with
suspicion as a way for buyers to get control of their companies
cheaply. Earnouts are a variable pricing mechanism designed to
tie final sale price to future performance of the acquired
entity and are tied to measurable economic milestones such as
revenues, gross profit, net income and EBITDA. An ...
Pharmaceutical Industry The pharmaceutical drug discovery and
development industry has grown to become one of the most
profitable in the world. During the last 30 years, the industry
has blossomed, with billions of dollars spent on research in
biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology, immunology,
genetics, and information technology--and billions of dollars in
profits earned by drug companies. Indeed, in 2003, the
pharmaceutical industry sold some $466 billion in drugs.
But the process ...
Technology has been responsible for some everyday wonders that
expand our minds and make our lives easier--wonders that
simplify redundant and monotonous tasks and keep us in constant
contact. Because of these marvels though, we have also become
aware of the potential harms caused by the use of technology's
devices and the science of ergonomics that has helped us learn
how to prevent or correct the problems caused by their
repetitive use. The U.S. Department of Labor defines a ...