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How to evaluate intangible assets?
[January 3, 2012 – 05:28 pm]
How to evaluate intangible assets?

Here in Cleveland we’re well aware of the lists. That would be lists of draft picks that never panned out, or lists of players selected later that went on to have productive careers. Truth be told, every city and every franchise has those lists. If drafting the right players was easy, we’d all be general managers. It’s easy to blame a GM or team president for lousy talent evaluation. Sometimes though, you have to wonder if those in charge of developing that talent didn’t drop the ball. (I know that the athletes have to have a desire to work and get better on their own. I lump…

How to evaluate secret formula?
[October 19, 2010 – 04:00 pm]
How to evaluate secret formula?

We are people of routine! A few of us can get out of bed with our eyes shut and press the alarm clock, turn on the light and toss the covers back without opening our eyes. We as humans have actually set our lives to be consistent and steady. There is a sense of pride in knowing that the details our lives are predictable and simply managed. Realizing this makes us feel protected, care-free, and also in command. If our personal worlds are disrupted in any sort of form, we are thrown into a psychological spin. If there is anything at all that intimidates us, it is life’s changes…

How to sell brand?
[July 13, 2012 – 07:42 am]
How to sell brand?

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How to evaluate unidentifiable assets?
[February 1, 2011 – 10:31 am]
How to evaluate unidentifiable assets?

Recent analysis suggests that depression may well not be a disorder, but an evolutionary adaptation which brings particular psychological and emotional pros. Depressed men and women normally report persistent rumination, which helps them to evaluate complicated social dilemmas a lot more properly, according to the Virginia Commonwealth College. Depressed people also tend to report social isolation, and reduced enjoyment in sex and other routines, suggesting that depression aids many people to keep clear of distraction so they can target on their problems additional intensely…

Intellectual assets price determination
[July 22, 2011 – 01:23 pm]
Intellectual assets price determination

Housing Checkup–Has the Market Finally Bottomed Out? oshua Abel, Richard Peach, and Joseph Tracy uly 17, 2012       In this post, we examine a number of important housing market “vital signs” that collectively help to indicate the health status of local markets at the county level. The post also serves as an introduction to a set of interactive maps, based on home price index data from CoreLogic, that we will regularly update on the New York Fed’s website for readers interested in continuing to track the convalescence of the U.S. housing markets. The maps show the year-over-year…

Intangible resources explanation
[November 25, 2011 – 10:06 am]
Intangible resources explanation

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Explanation of personal intellectual property
[May 11, 2011 – 01:48 pm]
Explanation of personal intellectual property

July 18–DALLAS — Republicans David Dewhurst and Ted Cruz began their final showdown debate tonight by jousting over who would be more of a fighter in the U.S. Senate. “You won’t find anyone at this table more firm or more of a fighter than me, ” Dewhurst, the state’s lieutenant governor, said. “I served in the military…there’s a difference between being a debater and a fighter.” Cruz, the former Texas Solicitor General, said he has the record of a fighter for the state’s interests, pointing to legal cases of a political nature that he worked on. “It’s easy to talk about the…

Reporting of non-physical assets
[September 2, 2012 – 09:55 am]
Reporting of non-physical assets

The progress of any business depends largely on how well both the physical and non-physical assets are being managed. All companies, regardless of size, need asset management. The processes involved in asset management may include choosing the assets, initiating and maintaining them, and finally exposing them at the point of expiration. All these processes are important in determining the efficiency and organization that goes into running a company. Without making the right choices for asset management software, many disadvantages may be posed to the optimization of profits…

Explain personal intellectual property
[April 17, 2012 – 09:37 am]
Explain personal intellectual property

Abstract : The field of intellectual property (IP) law today is focused, as the name itself advertises, on one particular institutional approach to scientific and cultural production: IP. When legal scholars explain this focus, they typically do so with reference to the virtues of price. Because price gives us a decentralized way to link social welfare to the production of information, IP is alleged to be more efficient than other approaches. The dominant mode of IP scholarship begins here and then addresses questions internal to IP law — for example, how broad or narrow should…

Price determination of organizational intellectual property
[January 3, 2013 – 03:50 pm]
Price determination of organizational intellectual property

While Cutting Costs At Home, Obama Administration Pushes Higher Drug Prices On World’s Poor… ‘It’s Embarrassing For The White House’ Obama’s Global Health Policy Undercuts Reform At Home WASHINGTON — A few hours after the Supreme Court upheld his signature health care legislation last week, President Barack Obama approached a White House podium, addressed the camera and declared that the nation’s top justices had reaffirmed an important guiding principle of his presidency. “Here in America — in the wealthiest nation on Earth — no illness or accident should lead to any family’s…

How to sell trade Mark?
[January 11, 2011 – 08:50 am]
How to sell trade Mark?

Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but not when it infringes on your trademark and undermines your business. You become known for your trademark in the marketplace, so you simply have to protect that investment. Without your trademark, you would have to start over, which can be dangerously costly for your business. Here are some tips to protect your trademark: Start Smart. Protecting your trademark starts with choosing one that does not make you vulnerable to infringement lawsuits from others. As soon as you need a trademark, hire a reputable attorney to help you…

Selling intangible assets
[June 1, 2011 – 07:59 am]
Selling intangible assets

Case No. 2011-1376 (Lourie, Dyk, Prost) Anticipation by inherency is a difficult doctrine in patent law. It has some thorny procedural requirements when used in a rejection or invalidity defense, and inherency can gum up decisions on whether to proceed with a patent on a seemingly new invention. In re Montgomery shows these problems are only compounded when the seemingly new aspect is a functional property or a characteristic of an existing structure or method. Montgomery filed US Patent Application 11/118, 824, directed to renin-angiotensin system (RAS) inhibitors – compounds…

Definition of personal intellectual property
[January 1, 2010 – 01:18 pm]
Definition of personal intellectual property

As members of the international intellectual property community prepare for their third day of the 24th session of the Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR), they are told to keep the spirit of Beijing alive, referring to the recently concluded Beijing Treaty on Audiovisual Performances. However, there is reason to keep another country s spirit in copyright law in mind as well. Last week, the Supreme Court of Canada handed down five critically important copyright judgments that may very well colour the proposals made by member states at the SCCR. Related…

Explain intangible resources
[April 20, 2011 – 08:20 am]
Explain intangible resources

Understanding financial and accounting statements can be a confusing and even overwhelming ordeal, and much of this has to do with the litany of financial jargon that seems like a Harvard MBA is needed to understand it. However, we have done the hard work for you by breaking down and explaining some of the key terms that every business owner should be familiar with. Capital Expenditure (CAPEX): Funds used by a company to acquire or upgrade physical assets such as property, or equipment. This outlay is made by companies to maintain or increase the scope of their operations. Capital…