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Category Archives: Companies after the Crisis
Germany is about to lose its biggest construction company to a Spanish rival, making it one of the largest hostile bids in years. Lax German takeover laws are basically inviting foreign companies to take over control.
The secret has been revealed. After intellectual attention mostly turned the spotlight on all sorts of management guru sequences, the next big idea in the management world seems to be German’s ‘Mittelstand’.
For decades, government bonds have been regarded as relatively risk-free, at least when they are issued by solid western countries. Amidst the current financial turmoil involving the US economy and the Euro-crisis, are we to witness a dramatical change in … Continue reading
…says investor legend Warren Buffett and reorganizes Berkshire Hathaway’s portfolio.
Has General Motors overcome its crisis? – On Thursday, November 18th, the market is supposed to experience the largest IPO of 2010.
During the financial downturn the public spotlight caught the issue of banker’s payments and generally excessive management benefit packages. Though, governments only managed to set restricting to a limited extend. The before/after comparison.
– rise and fall of a former jewel in highclass banking sector.