Month: August 2013

The Symposium of Central bank Governors in USA

25th August 2013

Symposium for Economists Representatives from the Central Banks all over the globe are attending a symposium organized by Federal Reserve Bank of the United States at Jackson Hole. This is an annual meeting where central bank chiefs and economists discuss the way forward for the monetary policies. It has been reported lately that the new monetary […]

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The Cayman Islands Finally Agree to Help US Hunt Down Tax Cheats!

25th August 2013

CAYMAN ISLAND FOR TAX EVADERS American tax evasion takes place thanks to the help of Swiss banks. The crackdown has gone to the Cayman Islands. This is on the Caribbean Archipelago. The new Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) will go come into effect starting mid-2014. This was reached after an agreement between the US […]

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Lawrence “Larry” Summers: A great economist by all standards!

22nd August 2013

Lawrence “Larry” Summers is an American Economist who was born on 30th November, 1954. He is currently a candidate as a Fed Reserve chair. Lawrence Summers has always been in the middle of controversies in his academic and political career. He has severally reached what others consider the pinnacle of life’s work.  Position Institution Period Professor […]

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Freakonomics: Steven D. Levitt

10th August 2013

FREAKONOMICS  I admire the thinking style of Steven Levitt the Economist who wrote the New York best selling economics book: Freakconomics. He is also credited for writing “the most readable economics blog in the universe” He is not an extra-ordinary economist considering his writing style and his flare for exposing the hidden side of life […]

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Manufacturing Lessons

10th August 2013

Manufacturing companies aim at running their factories with the highest efficiency. This is usually a great challenge for majority of companies. Many start-up companies do not like contract-manufacturing because it curtails their ability to fine-tune the  production process in order to attain the highest product quality. This calls for such companies to own their own […]

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Leadership Lessons Entrepreneurs can Learn from the Navy Seal

10th August 2013

I can comfortably say that the Navy Seal training has a lot of lessons for business owners. The teams start with the right attitude and commitment. There is no failure option. Their training includes eliminating the words “I can’t” from their vocabulary. In the case of entrepreneurs motivation comes from within. Never let anyone tell you that […]

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The Rt. Hon Hugh Cholmondeley, 3rd Baron Delamere, KCMG

10th August 2013

Born 1870Died 1931He first came to Kenya in 1901 to acquire vast land holdings from the British Crown. At home in England he left behind over 7,000 acres which he inherited from his parents in North of England.He first made his trip to Africa in 1891 to hunt lions in Somali land (at that time […]

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Dressing for Business

10th August 2013

HOW TO DRESS FOR BUSINESS First impression is always created from the way that we dress. This impression is very important in our careers and business. I agree with you that people who make it in business come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Smartly dressed business people  Formal business attire is essential in […]

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No Old Biycles in Denmark

6th August 2013

  When I visited Copenhagen, I was impressed to see only brand new bicycles on the streets. I kept wondering! Where do they take the used bicycles? A friend told me that repairing a bike in Copenhagen is very expensive. This is one the cities with the highest hourly wages in the world. I went […]

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