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Business Intelligence Brief: September 22, 2014

Pot Calling the Kettle Black? The global economic system is well….global. What happens in one nation has an impact on all the others and that creates some temptation to advise…

Business Intelligence Brief – September 19, 2014

NO The vote is over and in the end it wasn’t nearly as close as many assumed it would be. The vote to stay part of the United Kingdom was…

Business Intelligence Brief: September 18, 2014

The Polls are Open The fate of Scotland and the UK is now in the hands of the Scottish electorate and the vote is expected to be razor close. The…

Business Intelligence Brief: September 16, 2014

Industrial Production Numbers Slip a Little Once again economists were a little surprised at the data. We have long asserted that economists are among the most sensitive of professions given…

Business Intelligence Brief: September 15, 2014

Oil Boom Likely to Last The extraction of oil and gas is always a volatile business and it carries a load of risks – financial and environmental. When the industry…

Business Intelligence Brief: September 12, 2014

Why Are These Jobs Going Unfilled? The issue of skill shortage has been at the top of the manufacturing agenda for years now – some would assert that it has…

Business Intelligence Brief: September 11, 2014

Opposition to Trade Deals A few years ago the White House indicated that one of its key economic goals was to bolster the US export economy and as part of…

Business Intelligence Brief: September 10, 2014

Jobs Data and Economic Insights For those who haven’t figured this out by now – employment data can be twisted to make almost any case one wants. It is the…

Business Intelligence Brief: September 9, 2014

Why Aren’t They Buying? For the home builders and the sellers of existing homes there are many mysteries as far as the current generation. These are the millennials and they…

Business Intelligence Brief: September 8, 2014

What’s Wrong with America? This may be a touch inflammatory but that is the gist of the study of some 2,000 Harvard Business School graduates. Granted, this is not exactly…

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