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Buying structural capital
[February 19, 2011 – 10:45 am]
Buying structural capital

There is always a detailed thought process that goes into deciding on renting vs buying a house. What are the short-term and long-term advantages and disadvantages of both and how do they affect you? It all depends on what type of person you are and what your long-term plans are. Let’s look at renting vs buying a house: Renting ups and downs Renting a house or apartment is mostly for people who know that their current situation isn’t a permanent or life-long one. Students are a perfect example of rental candidates as they only need a temporary residence. The landlord can be…

Software code price determination
[February 19, 2011 – 02:43 pm]
Software code price determination

Amazon Inc is definitely an international bookstore in which manages the production and also delivering products worldwide. Amazon create site depend in the country or place such as United states of america, Canada, United Kingdom and more. Amazon is the greatest online selling product or service all over the world. Amazon Basic is really a confidential- label that produce electronic products like retailing AV cords, other electronic item and blank Digital video disc media. Amazon was made and originated in 1994coined by Jeff Bezos who’s having a distinct position such as getting…

Copyrighted material reporting
[November 22, 2012 – 12:23 pm]
Copyrighted material reporting

Members of the public who have fallen victim to a so-called National Limousine Hire firm have been advised to contact a Fraud investigation company. The advice comes as hundreds of prom-goers were let down after booking a limousine from a number of locally and nationally branded companies disappeared, leaving them stranded and hundreds of pounds out of pocket. ‘Sussex Limousine Hire’, ‘Hampshire Limousine Hire’ and ‘National Limousine Hire’ have apparently  taken deposits from parents throughout the country at the beginning of this year even though the operations were dissolved…

Customer capital acquitions
[August 12, 2011 – 11:37 am]
Customer capital acquitions

UK mid-market house Lyceum Capital has backed another bolt-on for business software provider Access Group, which has acquired Delta Software in a £5.4m deal. The acquisition is Access’ fifth since Lyceum Capital backed a £50m buyout of the group in March last year. Since then, the company has consolidated its re-seller channel with the acquisition of its four largest partners – ATL, Elite, Hoge and DHC Finance – to create a direct-to-customer model. Access said its acquisition of Delta marked an important next step in its growth strategy, which is based on the addition of complementary…

Goodwill reporting
[May 25, 2010 – 09:28 am]
Goodwill reporting

January 2009 - January was a very busy month: besides some large ongoing projects (there will be great news on those in February and March!) Yellahoose designed and developed reporting and data visualization tools for a number of business and organizations. For Americorps and Goodwill Industries of Northern New England Yellahoose built a tool to report on in-kind time and contributions made by Americorps sites. The tool uses Americorps existing IT infrastructure. For Gulf of Maine Council Yellahoose built grant expense and fund development reporting and visualization tools…

Buying organisational capital
[July 22, 2012 – 11:55 am]
Buying organisational capital

Ricoh has made a number of strategic investments into into South Africa, with as much as R180-million being made available to strengthen the company’s operations and customer services. There are three new initiatives; the launch of Ricoh Capital South Africa; an optimised supply chain process and infrastructure enhancements. Ricoh Capital South Africa, with about R80-milion available initially, will provide clients with the option to take on leases or service contracts and enjoy all the benefits of Ricoh solutions without capital outlay. They will also have the convenience of…

How to buy corporate capital?
[October 10, 2010 – 08:02 am]
How to buy corporate capital?

Is the Bloomberg news service turning into The Agonist? Or at least The Agonist, circa 2005, when what was written here was so out of the mainstream that most writers had to hide behind pseudonyms if they wanted to keep their day job? I ask this because I was surprised to see the type of article that is now passing for ordinary on Bloomberg. Here are the Top 5 most popular articles on the news service today, according to their website: “Hardheaded Socialism Makes Canada Richer than U.S.”, “The Secret Behind Romney’s Magical IRA”, “China’s GDP Hit Tells Story of Hubris Run Amok”…

Evaluation of corporate resources
[September 23, 2011 – 12:12 pm]
Evaluation of corporate resources

By JOE LIGHT Printed on the front of Fabrice Tourre’s performance review was a message: “Not intended for disclosure outside the firm.” At Senate hearings last week he and a few other Goldman Sachs Group Inc. executives learned there was an exception: Congress. As they grilled the executives about their roles in the financial crisis, senators quoted from the executives’ performance reviews, noting the self-congratulatory tone they regularly used. “It should not be a surprise to anyone that the 2007 year is the one that I am most proud of to date, ” Goldman managing director…

How to sell intellectual capital?
[September 11, 2011 – 12:45 pm]
How to sell intellectual capital?

It’s exciting when our clients first learn that their intellectual property (IP) is; a) a capital asset and; b) can be capitalized using our sale license-back (SLB) process. Not surprisingly, the next question is- what’s my IP worth? In the case of patents, here’s a benchmark that Carthage Intellectual Capital uses. Multiply the annual research and development (R&D) expenses times eight. The result is a useful first estimate of the value of your total patent IP portfolio. Hence the name, the Rule of Eight. The Rule of Eight is not a guarantee of IP value. But it reflects…

Explanation of intellectual company
[August 3, 2012 – 10:42 am]
Explanation of intellectual company

By the end of 2010 and 2011 between march, Beijing sky online culture communication company (hereinafter referred to as Beijing sky online) to infringement of intellectual property rights for baotou 22 Its to court. 25, intermediate people’s court of baotou for Beijing sky online executive intellectual property cases compulsory execution amount 22 pieces, more than 20 million yuan. 25, intermediate people’s court of baotou Beijing sky online v. baotou 22 Its in an ipr infringement reparations compulsory execution measures. Beijing sky online authorized On 25 June 2009, despite…

Corporate resources reporting
[June 4, 2011 – 02:48 pm]
Corporate resources reporting

Thank you to everyone who attended our first Webinar, focusing on how the Energy Points platform enables businesses to make quantitative and intuitive environmental sustainability decisions. For those of you who were unable to attend, we had a lot of great questions about Energy Points and sustainability that we thought would be worth sharing with everyone. If you have a question that’s not addressed here, please feel free to contact us either through the comment section, or here. On to the questions: Q: “Is quantifying environmental sustainability really feasible and practical?…

Selling corporate intellectual property
[January 13, 2010 – 02:26 pm]
Selling corporate intellectual property

There are many ways to protect your intellectual property. Especially if it is in the form of codes that form programs and applications to be run on machines designed on .NET then .NET Obfuscator is the best bet to protect your intellectual property . There are many other legislations and ways and means to protect your works against piracy laid down by the Federal from time to time. Its time we examine them and check which one of them will be the best in our arena of operation. Copyright is one of the options that can be exercised while you are looking to protect your intellectual…

How to sell intellectual property?
[December 7, 2012 – 05:48 pm]
How to sell intellectual property?

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Buying organizational learning
[July 1, 2012 – 11:22 am]
Buying organizational learning

Several excellent blog posts have recently come to my attention that, when combined, provide a how-to for creating a learning culture in organizations. One of these posts appears in Jane Hart’s blog, Learning in the Social Workplace. In this post, she writes that workplace learning is: Structured learning experiences (e.g., training) and informal learning experiences (e.g., communities of practice) Helping workers learn continuously on the job Peer-to-peer learning that is “lite on content and rich in interaction” An integral part of everything that is done in the organization…