2019-12-06 22:56:41| Knowledge@Wharton
Most executives care about creating long-term shareholder value but havent had the right tool to track it. A new performance measure introduced by Whartons Nicolaj Siggelkow and INSEADs Phebo Wibbens aims to change that.
2019-12-02 20:49:00| Fool.com Headlines
Rotations are a constant feature of the markets. The recent shift from high-growth momentum to value stocks has been a prominent event in the U.S. equity markets.
2019-12-02 08:00:26| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
We cant afford to just give it to them, but they could jointly own it as an investmentQ My husband and I own a flat in London. Our children have recently inherited some money which they wish to invest in something. Between them all they could afford to buy our flat off us if we sold it to them for the price we bought it for five years ago. This would mean we would be selling it to them for about 25% lower than its market value. Can we do this? We cannot afford to just give it to them. What are the pitfalls for them in owning it jointly as siblings? We have tenants in the flat so they would get a modest income from it. PBA Provided all your children are over 18, yes, you can sell your flat to them. If theyre not, no, you cant because a child under 18 cant own land or property in the UK. But assuming it is a possibility, whether you should go ahead with selling your flat to them at a discount price is quite another matter. Continue reading...
2019-11-28 17:30:00| Fool.com Headlines
It's more than just a customer acquisition tool, it has the potential to offer expanding revenue streams.
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