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  1. Javier 🐝 beBee
    Top 10 most tourism-ready economies

    1. Spain
    2. France
    3. Germany
    4. USA
    5. UK
    6. Switzerland
    7. Australia
    8. Italy
    9. Japan
    10. Canada
    Javier 🐝 beBee


    Javier 🐝 beBee
    07/04/2017 #1 Javier 🐝 beBee
    Spain & Tourism https://www.bebee.com/producer/@javierbebee/spain-tourism
  2. Javier 🐝 beBee
    Top 10 most competitive global economies

    1. Switzerland
    2. Singapore
    3. USA
    4. Netherlands
    5. Germany
    6. Sweden
    7. UK
    8. Japan
    9. Hong Kong
    10. Finland

    Spain is NOT on the top 10. We need to improve. It is impossible to be competitive with so many administrative stuff and against-entrepreneurship taxes.
    Javier 🐝 beBee
  3. ProducerBryan Tate

    Bryan Tate

    Construction Is Rising, And So Are Costs
    Construction Is Rising, And So Are CostsThe construction industry is going through a bit of a boom. With the housing market crash well behind us, and the economic recession nowhere near as bad as it was all those years ago, construction has taken off. Unfortunately, the boom also comes...
  4. ProducerJarvis Buckman

    Jarvis Buckman

    Where Is Technology Taking Education?
    Where Is Technology Taking Education?A few months prior I had written a piece about the coolest technology that is being implemented in classrooms. And while that article focused on impressive technology in classrooms, it didn’t really delve into how that technology is shaping the...
  5. ProducerBhagwati Prasad

    Bhagwati Prasad

    Genuine BG/SBLC PROVIDERDear Partners & Associates, One of our main businesses is to open Bank Guarantees and Standby Letter of Credit as well as other Financial and Banking Instruments. We issue our Bank Guarantees and Standby Letter of Credit for Lease & Sale...
  6. ProducerJim Taggart

    Jim Taggart

    Healing America’s Great Divide—A Burning Platform is not the Way
    Healing America’s Great Divide—A Burning Platform is not the WayThe Continental Divide of the Americas, known in the vernacular as the Great Divide, is big. Technically it’s the hydrological mountainous divide that stretches from the Bering Strait at the top of Alaska to the Strait of Magellan at the southern...


    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    21/02/2017 #13 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    #12 The option isn't available yet to edit. I do believe that will be coming when they roll out upgrades and other new tools.
    Jim Taggart
    21/02/2017 #12 Jim Taggart
    #10 Do you know how to edit a post?
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    20/02/2017 #11 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    #5 Great points @Todd Jones and I agree, I feel our electoral system is outdated and flawed. Others may disagree but that's how I see it. A lot of re-districting has been done over time as well which has changed the number of electoral votes a district has. I won't be surprised to see him impeached, there are many investigations going on and those of us that have paid attention, we know he's made many contradictory statements and shall I say, lies?

    I've seen people joining many on a bipartisan level, this is a good thing. The beast woke our country up!
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    20/02/2017 #10 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    #9 I wondered, because I kept thinking of Elon Musk and thought well.. maybe there's another Elon lol
    Jim Taggart
    20/02/2017 #9 Jim Taggart
    #4 Thanks Lisa for your comments and perspective. Check out Todd's excellent points, and my response to him.

    I spelt Stephen Elop's name wrong (I must have been fantasizing about my tech hero Elon Musk). I'm trying to figure out how to edit my post.
    Jim Taggart
    20/02/2017 #8 Jim Taggart
    #5 Very well expressed, Todd. As your northern neighbour I, too, hope that out of the chaos will eventually come a healthier electoral and political system in the US. Unfortunately, all perspective seems to have been lost with the media and the intelligentsia, and that includes my own country. On a different but related topic, Canada is now reacting to waves of refugees (many from Somalia) who are entering Canada in Manitoba (via North Dakota and Minnesota) and Quebec (via NY State). These are folks who are either in the refugee process in the US or are illegal immigrants. With the freezing temps, luckily no one has died. But it's causing a lot of concern here since: a) border control is not equipped for this, b) small communities (eg, Emerson, Manitoba) are desperately trying to help these people, and c) Canada is still trying to help settle the 40,000 Syrian refugees who recently arrived and who went through a rigid vetting process. In other words, hand picked. No one knows what is yet to come under the Trump administration.
    Jim Taggart
    20/02/2017 #7 Jim Taggart
    #6 Much appreciated, Don. And thanks for sharing my post.
    Don 🐝 Kerr
    20/02/2017 #6 Don 🐝 Kerr
    @Jim Taggart "Steamrolling people, insulting them and attempting to punish will get you nowhere." While I generally agree, if you're part of a group that views itself as downtrodden, ignored, misunderstood, and disadvantaged the type of bullying undertaken by President Cheeto will have appeal because his steamrolling is targeted on 'the others', not our group. Well considered piece here Jim. Thanks. Will share.
    Todd Jones
    20/02/2017 #5 Todd Jones
    You nailed it Jim. Although calling it a divide does not do justice to the scope of the chasm that separates folks in our country right now. Also, let's not forget that Trump ascended to office not on a wave of popular vote, but rather on a quirk of our flawed electoral system.

    Here's the thing. I didn't vote for Trump, yet I still cling to hope that his election will eventually bring positive change to our country. Not through anything that remotely resembles leadership, nor through his policy rhetoric or ridiculous tweets or bizarre Cabinet appointments. But hopefully, eventually, through his impeachment, or at least his loss of the next election. Remember, through conflict comes balance. If nothing else, Trump's antagonistic agenda is sowing the seeds for a healthy dose of balance when it ultimately fails.
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    20/02/2017 #4 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    @Jim Taggart, this is a great piece, media worthy! Mr. Trump played on the fears of people more than unifying even during his campaign. I have paid attention to Trump and his business affairs per se for years and, I've never had respect for this man. As a businessman, he had many failures and blamed those failures on others. He's never been a man to take responsibility for his own actions or lack thereof. Trump is a one man show and feels he is superior (and smarter) than anyone he surrounds himself with. The notion that he does not want to surround himself with and take the advice of someone who has more knowledge in many area's of Government than he has is a sign of a weak leader, a person who has low self-esteem. I love that you used the letter from Elon as an example of what a good leader does. He's become more divisive since he won the election instead of trying to unite our country. To make claims that our entire media organization is 'false or fake news and the enemy,' is abhorring. No Politician has a love fest with the Media but to threaten them is a very dangerous game this man is playing. He's pandering to his base and seems to have no plans to work on behalf of the entire nation now. That is what is so frustrating and scares many. Once a person becomes the President of the USA, that person represents all of us, not just those who voted for him. Calling Islam, "Radical Islam," is no different than another Country calling Christianity, "Radical Christianity or Christians." I'm not a partisan (have become more of one since the mid 2000's thanks to politics become much more partisan) and my only hope is that those on Capitol hill will set a new tone because they are the people who can affect change. Will they? Time will tell!
    Jim Taggart
    20/02/2017 #3 Jim Taggart
    #2 Thanks Chas. I agree with you on the Putin comparison. Indeed, I've read a lot about the Reagan-Gorbachev era and the Russian leader was, and still is, a big contrast to Trump.
    Chas ✌️ Wyatt
    20/02/2017 #2 Chas ✌️ Wyatt
    Olga Lawson, you may correct me if I am wrong, but, I do believe he has been compared more to Mr Putin, than Mr Gorbachov. The bottom line is that, we the people, must determine the fate and direction this country is going and not leave so much power in the hands of a single man. Jim Taggart, this is a very thoughtful piece. Thank you.
    Olga Lawson
    19/02/2017 #1 Olga Lawson
    Thank you, Jim for the healing insight on the way American people do feel right now. There is a view that Mr Trump is Mr Gorbachov of The USA. The type of leader who gives an official drive or green light to the proceces which were already in the society. I am quite comfortable with such comparison. This is the type of a Person the country deserves at some stages of its development. The US is a strong country, nothing to be afraid of, even its own President. It is another challenge. Enjoy the moment!
  7. Producerpaul wayne

    paul wayne

    Trump’s Consequential Economic Agenda
    Trump’s Consequential Economic AgendaWritten by Avik S. A. Roy, This article is part of special inauguration series by Dūcō experts on major global issues in the Trump Administration.The relatively older voters who sent Donald Trump to electoral victory spent their formative years in...


    Claire L Cardwell
    27/01/2017 #1 Claire L Cardwell
    Interesting times lie ahead @paul wayne - I wonder what all the 'mandarins' behind the scenes will be doing whilst the Trump puppet show is in full swing.....
  8. ProducerJim Taggart

    Jim Taggart

    Canada’s Biggest Nightmare: The Impending Water Wars
    Canada’s Biggest Nightmare: The Impending Water WarsRising sea levels, the consequence of human-inspired carbon output into the atmosphere, is an extremely urgent problem. However, it’s largely perceived as a global problem of longer-term consequence, and one that society is largely discounting to...


    Jim Taggart
    23/01/2017 #4 Jim Taggart
    #1 Thanks Donna-Luisa. Canada's a huge country. Plan lots of time to visit a few areas.
    Jim Taggart
    23/01/2017 #3 Jim Taggart
    #2 Thanks, Todd, for adding your thoughts and insights. This is a sleeper issue that will explode at some point. When that happens is the big question.
    Todd Jones
    22/01/2017 #2 Todd Jones
    Great post Jim. It is estimated that the average person in the US uses between 80 and 100 gallons of water per day. Multiply this times 320 million people, and 32 billion gallons A DAY get flushed, showered and sprayed down the drain. And this does not take into account the strain of industrial processes. Hydrocarbon consumption pales in comparison.

    Humans lived for thousands of years without fuel oil. We can only live for about five days without water. Some very astute investors, including those that accurately predicted the collapse of the housing and credit markets back in 2008 are now investing heavily in water rights, water processing equipment manufacturers, and water utilities. In my humble opinion, water shortages are a looming catastrophe that will indeed make the Keystone controversy look silly.
    Donna-Luisa Eversley
    22/01/2017 #1 Donna-Luisa Eversley
    @Jim Taggart..Wow this is quite interesting. I hope to visit Canada one day . Everywhere has problems, but some need urgent attention. Great detail provided.
  9. Maureen O'Connell
    The Chinese trade data shows a great improvement as the value of both imports and exports increased in US dollar terms. A good thing, not only for its economy but the global demand as a whole.
    Maureen O'Connell
    China just gave the clearest signal yet that its economy is bouncing back
    www.businessinsider.com If there was any doubt the Chinese economy is humming again, it’s surely been dispelled...
  10. ProducerDean Carson

    Dean Carson

    DCarsonCPA on Hive
    DCarsonCPA on Hive For the Hive Community a Quick Introduction to DCarsonCPA in context to Value. The Core of Value in the Economy and Financials is built upon principals of Teamwork, Exceptional Teamwork from Our view to the World Built from the Grounds of Freedom...


    Dean Carson
    15/12/2016 #1 Dean Carson
    Long Introductions aside www.dcarsoncpa.com is here to help on accounting, tax, advisory, analysis, growth strategy, risk management, project management, business analysis, economic research, business plans, regulatory cost-benefit projects and the lines to help optimize allocation of resources across entities with finance, cost accounting and optimization skills regardless of entity size. Additionally we support Individuals and Families and the interconnected knowledge of the economy is our asset in support to diverse needs generally always reverting to some cross roads of financials, legal and technology needs on entity level to teamwork. The value we believe in is constant learning, development and growth to define, analyze, and meet optimal lines of performance for improvements where the knowledge potential of Eco Systems can be leveraged to help on improvements. #CFO #PM #BA #Fintech #EdTech #innovation and adherence to the framework of context to the value at work in the Economy and Financials. We can help on your needs Today through Cross Functional Analysis built upon Financial and Technology points of needs o project support.
  11. Joyce Redlon

    Joyce Redlon

    Bernie Sanders vs Milton Friedman #1: Healthcare
    Bernie Sanders vs Milton Friedman #1: Healthcare It is time to see if Bernie's ideas can stand against the words of the world's leading economist, the late great Milton Friedman. The Friedman videos are...
  12. ProducerNicole Morgan

    Nicole Morgan

    Bill Holter: Time’s Running Out Get Prepared for the Economic Crisis (Video)
    Bill Holter: Time’s Running Out Get Prepared for the Economic Crisis (Video)(N.Morgan) In this latest installment of the X22Report, Bill Holter makes stunning predictions about the upcoming global financial collapse and the possibility of an impending war. Financial institutions are going broke and the economy is being...
  13. ProducerNicole Morgan

    Nicole Morgan

    Deutsche Bank Collapsing? Is This Why Germans Warned to Prepare?
    Deutsche Bank Collapsing? Is This Why Germans Warned to Prepare?(N.Morgan) Since Germany issued the dire warning to its citizens to stock up on food and water, it is beginning to look as if Deutsche Bank may be collapsing.If the leading bank in Germany collapses, the effect on Europe would be devastating, and it...


  14. Dean Carson

    Dean Carson

    DCarsonCPA Hello Hive just here to see what's new and can help on Accounting, Tax, Financials, Advisory, Analysis, Compliance, Paralegal and Project Management. Creative Artists and Cross Sector Lines
    Dean Carson
    Dean T. Carson II, C.P.A. - Home
    www.dcarsoncpa.com DCarsonCPAon Strategic and Operational Advisory Services, Project Management, Financials, Accounting, Taxes, Management Consulting, Business, Non Profit, Individual and Family needs. Economic and Financial Research, Growth and Efficiency Advisory...
  15. Joyce Redlon

    Joyce Redlon

    Joyce Redlon
    Is the economy "progressing"? Depends on who you ask.
    www.linkedin.com When I was 19, I was going nowhere fast. My grandma decided to solve this problem by inviting Mormon missionaries over to her house to speak with my brother and I. My grandma, a devout Mormon...
  16. ProducerYann Rousselot-Pailley
    Do Mother Nature’s laws apply to the Sharing Economy?
    Do Mother Nature’s laws apply to the Sharing Economy?Technology is slowly but inevitably disrupting every industrial sector and creating a new kind of business model, based on collaboration: the so-called Sharing Economy. However, with Uber’s recent announcement regarding the deployment of...


    Juan Imaz
    25/08/2016 #2 Juan Imaz
    welcome to beBee @Yann Rousselot-Pailley!
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    23/08/2016 #1 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    Quite interesting article @Yann Rousselot-Pailley. I enjoyed reading the studies on prey and preditors with regards to competition. I had no idea Uber will be using self driving cabs in Pittsburgh, I think I'll pass on that ride!
  17. ProducerMarc Richardson

    Marc Richardson

    The Project Header - Return on Investment
    The Project Header - Return on InvestmentLink to ROI PostThe Project Charter is a document that comes highly recommended. It is prepared once you have decided that this is a project that truly needs to be executed now. After all, there are many challenges confronting your organization. You...
    Why do institutional investors "exit" instead of raising their voice?
    Why do institutional investors "exit" instead of raising their voice?A certain time ago, I published a post about Pescanova, (1) a rather small public firm. At the time its problems were unveiled by an investor who didn`t believe the accounts and management´s explanations about the CF trends, no “voice” had been...


  19. Netta Virtanen

    Netta Virtanen

    After the vote, chaos Netta Virtanen
  20. Achraf HARRAS

    Achraf HARRAS

    Achraf HARRAS
    They’re some of the unluckiest places in America — and may confirm what’s wrong with the economy
    www.washingtonpost.com Many places in America have bounced back in recent years. But there are a specific few that have been left far...
  21. ProducerDean Owen

    Dean Owen

    A little information with a pinch of awareness
    A little information with a pinch of awarenessNote: By no means I am trying to offend someone or put the blame in a country, group, society or person. This article was written with information I gathered from some of my research for my thesis on the Master in Political Communication. If there's...


    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    12/07/2016 #37 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #35 idk. It's not highlighting my comment in your comment, and I can't remember my original comment, so can you comment on my "specific comment" so I can comment back? Thanks!
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    12/07/2016 #36 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #34 Now THAT's what I'm talkin' about, @NO one! You completed the circle! Off and Buzzzin' to donate now! Muaaah!
    Nick Mlatchkov
    12/07/2016 #35 Anonymous
    Margaret, I don't get what rats u are talking about?
    NO one
    11/07/2016 #34 NO one
    #25 #32 There are various NGOs but sometimes I don't know if I can trust not them but the gob blocking them. I leave here a link to one that is based in UK but Venezuelans run it and I think it could be a good one; it is for children in need: http://www.chamos.org.uk/ View more
    #25 #32 There are various NGOs but sometimes I don't know if I can trust not them but the gob blocking them. I leave here a link to one that is based in UK but Venezuelans run it and I think it could be a good one; it is for children in need: http://www.chamos.org.uk/ If I encounter in my research another one I'll put it here in the comments. Close
    NO one
    11/07/2016 #33 NO one
    #22 Dear Mags, yes it is outrageous how people in Venezuela are being treated inhumanely not only for clothes or dental higiene but they are being deprived of food and water. I feel so mad about this!! #24 @William VanDorin View more
    #22 Dear Mags, yes it is outrageous how people in Venezuela are being treated inhumanely not only for clothes or dental higiene but they are being deprived of food and water. I feel so mad about this!! #24 @William VanDorin I totally agree with you, transparency is one of the solutions and steps needed to change this madness but it is all an ongoing circle that only the "leaders" can stop. It is also super concerning how the wealth (not only economic) and the resources are so unjustly shared between the members of the society. Thank you for your comment. Close
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    10/07/2016 #32 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #31 So what is the plan, @NO one? What organization is working to help the masses? Because one person at a time, today and now, each one of us can make a difference in one life. And isn't that what we would want for ourselves? I want a Solution. Or tell me that there is nothing out there to help some of the people, and I can take it from there. This is staying on my desk. 👍🏽
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    10/07/2016 #30 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #26 Nice historical point, @Nick Mlatchkov; don't know how you'd know such historical fact....must have been personal to you at the time. But now we are free, and the rats that raced from one country to the next...where will they be when they are 45 years old? We need to keep helping one another. I wish for a magic formula.!
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    10/07/2016 #29 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #25 Solutions. Yes! Every single problem has a solution. @NO one....is there a nonprofit out there? Can we mail them some clothes that we wear? For what shall we Do as we don't live in a shoe! We have hands to help...just tell us how to stop yelling.
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    10/07/2016 #28 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #24 @William VanDorin, yes, the leaders look into their pockets more than into the eyes of their own people...and just like a stranded Felix the Cat on an island, he begins to look at his friend as his food, when his money/sustenance runs out. But pity the person that simply throws hands up in the air, for nothing is ever lost completely to despair. Not when helping hands are willing to go and do all the things without fear of the foe.
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    10/07/2016 #27 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #23 @Paul Walters ~ was under the weather lol ~ good to be missed! So..yeah...I'm back. Just like Arnold....
    Nick Mlatchkov
    10/07/2016 #26 Anonymous
    A necessary clarification:
    Chavez introduced the low prices of gas in Venezuela long b4 the international rates dropped drastically as a result of the development of shale gas extraction in the US.
    William VanDorin
    09/07/2016 #24 William VanDorin
    The desire to affect a positive change by compassionate people is all to often corrupted by the power of the positions they are elected, or appointed to. It is unfortunate for us all that the established leadership does not support solutions equitable to the population, and is often driven by a completely different agenda. Though some countries are conspicuous in their excesses and abuse of power, this is a human ailment of self imposed ignorance Too many people stand in peril and countries on the edge of collapse through the manipulation of economies and resources. The diversion of resources and attitude away from warfare to humanitarian relief efforts would prove less costly and far more productive in fostering human and national relations. There is an understandable animosity towards countries of affluent decadence by impoverished populations fostered by our leadership. The walls of division are obvious, it's architects are not. There is no obvious solution and violence simply compounds the problem. There obviously is a dire need for transparency in our leadership, and severe penalties for political corruption imposed. Unfortunately for the population, our leadership is already profoundly corrupt, and the tragic irony is only they could implement such policies.
    Paul Walters
    09/07/2016 #23 Paul Walters
    #22 @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD Hi ho wondered where you were ?
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    09/07/2016 #22 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    @NO one, without reading others' comments first, I can tell you the one thing that screams from this page more than anything else: the picture of the woman screaming from the page. She represents all that is lost: clothing, hairstyle, lipstick, the dentist, a toothbrush, and eventually, human dignity. In this new world of such inhumanity, only darkness can thrive together with the other shadows. What she needs is not further condemnation for a plight that is not of her own doing, nor platitudes for poets to dream of describing. She needs damn help. And she needs it from everyone around the world. Period. The message is so clear that I can't comprehend any other words without simple, basic compassion. If it was a dog or a dolphin instead of a human, perhaps she would be heard more humanely. Is every individual everyone "else's" problem? God forbid, NO! She is our problem. She is MY problem. Tell me what to do to help. Give me a Solution. Because I don't mind listening to the Problems in life. But I'm all about Solutions. And in 3 sec flat, I went from a complete stop to 100 mph. And I'm here. Tell me how to Help! And if there isn't a "Way," let's MAKE ONE! Today! It Can Be Done. Nothing is Impossible.
    Maja Vujovic
    07/07/2016 #21 Maja Vujovic
    #20 Thank you, Cat dear, for joining it so competently!
    NO one
    07/07/2016 #20 NO one
    #19 @Maja Vujovic thank you so much for the great initiative!
    Maja Vujovic
    05/07/2016 #19 Maja Vujovic
    Corruption and complaisance are two sides of the same coin and @NO one raises her voice against both, with this June author's pick we couldn't let you miss.
    Leckey Harrison
    21/06/2016 #17 Leckey Harrison
    It appears that some time revolution is the only answer. Our own Declaration is evidence of that, and we are at a tipping point soon here in the US. I find comments along the line that "they brought this upon themselves" incredibly insensitive and narrow minded. No one chooses corruption. No one chooses oppression for themselves. That is the choice of oppressors, and the powerful who have no moral compass.
    NO one
    21/06/2016 #16 NO one
    #15 Thank you for the comment tocaya! I better have a good grade since it'll mean that the project will be useful to make Venezuela a better place or at least it'll be my small contribution to a wonderful country =)
    Catalina Serrano
    21/06/2016 #15 Catalina Serrano
    Great post tocaya! There's an extremely sad situation in Venezuela since long time ago and I don't know how the hell are they going to change all this mess. Sad, very sad without any doubt. Anyway, good research, thanks for the info, keep doing like this and your thesis will have a very good mark! :)
  22. Jennifer Martin

    Jennifer Martin

    4 reasons Microsoft wasted 26.2 billion to buy Linkedin
    Jennifer Martin


    NO one
    16/06/2016 #3 NO one
    #2 Great metaphor Chas!! I agree
    Chas ✌️ Wyatt
    16/06/2016 #2 Chas ✌️ Wyatt
    He makes some excellent points. "Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,
    Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
    All the king's horses and all the king's men
    Couldn't put Humpty together again."
  23. Jennifer Martin

    Jennifer Martin

    Jennifer Martin
    Capital Controls Hamper China’s MSCI Hopes Again
    www.wsj.com MSCI said it would admit Pakistani stocks to its index while excluding Chinese A shares, citing the inability of investors to get their money in and out of the country freely as a key...
  24. ProducerMike Macioci

    Mike Macioci

    Types of Investment Risks
    Types of Investment RisksThere are basically two categories of financial risk: The first is referred to as Systematic Risk. Systematic risk influences a large number of investments across a wide spectrum. The financial crisis of 2008 would be a good example. Virtually,...


    Lyon Brave
    31/12/2016 #8 Lyon Brave
    I'm ready to take a risk financially and start my own business.
    Mike Macioci
    16/06/2016 #6 Mike Macioci
    #3 Thanks!
    William Rakow
    15/06/2016 #5 William Rakow
    Welcome to beBee Mike, You will enjoy buzzing around the hives as I do.
    James McElearney
    15/06/2016 #4 James McElearney
    Thank you for this very informative piece @Mike Macioci, easy to digest and a great buzz
    Javier 🐝 beBee
    15/06/2016 #3 Javier 🐝 beBee
    welcome to beBee !
    Mike Macioci
    15/06/2016 #2 Mike Macioci
    #1 Thanks for the feedback!
    Charles Wilson
    15/06/2016 #1 Charles Wilson
    Great buzz @Mike Macioci, really informative.
  25. Charles Wilson

    Charles Wilson

    Renowned British department store falls into liquidation resulting in the likely closure of 163 stores and the loss of 11,000 jobs.

    Charles Wilson


    CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    03/06/2016 #3 CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    When stocks go into free-fall it is called a death-spiral, what is it called when a pension fund becomes a debacle? I suggest a black-hole. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-36128113 View more
    When stocks go into free-fall it is called a death-spiral, what is it called when a pension fund becomes a debacle? I suggest a black-hole. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-36128113 Telling part in this story is that Sir Philip Green got to sell BHS for the princely sum of $1 https://www.theguardian.com/business/2015/mar/12/sir-philip-green-sells-off-lossmaking-bhs - what a debacle. At least BHS did get outlast Woolworths by 7 years. Close
    Lisa Lee
    02/06/2016 #2 Lisa Lee
    Such a shame to hear.
    mohammed khalaf
    02/06/2016 #1 mohammed khalaf
    that is very pity As it has been said, "tough times never last, but tough people do
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