Business History

  1. 4 History-Making Wall Street Crooks

    Find out how these Wall Street high-rollers landed themselves in hot water.
  2. The Birth Of Stock Exchanges

    Learn how British coffeehouses helped give rise to the juggernaut that is the NYSE. ...
  3. A Look At Berkshire Hathaway's Many Components

    Berkshire Hathaway has 59 wholly owned subsidiaries and owns big stakes in several ...
  4. Always Bet On Berkshire Hathaway (And Here's ...

    With its share price at an all-time high amid talk of a stock market correction, ...
  5. 4 Of The Most Shocking Stock Increases and Falls

    When a black swan event occurs, a market correction of massive proportions ensues. ...
  6. A History Of Apple Stock Increases

    Apple's innovative products are always in demand, but do Apple's product launches ...
  1. Who are Qualcomm's (QCOM) main competitors?

    Learn about Qualcomm's different operating segments and its competitors in each segment, ...
  2. Who are Apple's (AAPL) main competitors?

    Explore Apple's competitive position in the many industries in which it operates. ...
  3. Who are Facebook's (FB) main competitors?

    Explore the different social media networking sites that are starting to compete ...
  4. Who are Google's (GOOG) main competitors?

    Explore Google's different revenue segments and its competitors in each segment, ...
  5. Who are Microsoft's (MSFT) main competitors?

    Discover the main competitors of technology giant Microsoft and the stiff competition ...
  6. Who are Amazon's (AMZN) main competitors?

    Learn about companies such as Google, Alibaba Group, Walmart and Target that Amazon ...
  1. What is double entry bookkeeping and how does it work in the general ledger?

    Learn about the double entry method of bookkeeping and how it works in the general ledger. Every accounting transaction has ...
  2. What are some high profile cases of companies who failed to be socially responsible?

    Learn about corporate social responsibility. Explore how Enron's lack of corporate responsibility ultimately destroyed the ...
  3. How did Johnson and Johnson's corporate responsibility policy pay off in 1982?

    How did Johnson & Johnson recover from the tainting of its Extra-Strength Tylenol capsules in 1982? It adhered to its corporate ...
  4. What are the most famous cases of oligopolies?

    Learn about famous examples of oligopolies currently in place in the United States, Canada and worldwide. Explore imperfect ...
  1. 5 Of The Largest Car Recalls In History

    These are the largest car recalls ever.
  2. 5 Businesses That Started During A Recession

    These companies found success despite being started during economic downturns.
  3. 5 Most Costly Product Recalls

    The recalls of these products not only affected consumers, but the companies that ...
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