Marc Davis

Marc Davis is a veteran journalist with more than 20 years experience reporting and writing on business, finance, corporate management and legal subjects. His writing has been published online and in print by Adweek, Arthur Andersen, The Chicago Tribune , Encyclopedia Britannica, Insight Magazine, The John Marshall Law School Magazine, The Journal of the American Bar Association, Rotarian, and numerous other national periodicals and websites.



Marc is also a published novelist. His novel, "Dirty Money," published by Dell, was nominated for an award by the Private Eye Writers of America. He is also the author of non-fiction children's books, including a biography of Florence Nightingale and a history of the Georgia Colony. Marc's new novel "Bottom Line," a revealing look at corruption, fraud and thievery in a global management consulting firm, will be published in early 2013 by The Permanent Press. Marc was also a former licensed commodity broker at the Chicago Board of Trade.

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  1. Markets & Economy

    Microeconomics

    This tutorial teaches the basics of one of the most important economic topics. A must for all investors.
  2. Bonds / Fixed Income

    How To Invest In Corporate Bonds

    Understand the basics of corporate bonds to increase your chances of positive returns.
  3. Small Business

    Identifying And Managing Business Risks

    Running a business comes with a lot of associated risks, but there are an equal number of ways to prepare for and manage ...
  4. Asset Allocation

    Portfolio Management Tips for Young Investors

    Discover how to start building a portfolio—and how to manage it for the best results.
  5. Laws & Regulations

    A Short History of the US Federal Trade Commission

    Since the early 1900s, the Federal Trade Commission has preventing anticompetitive, deceptive, and unfair business practices.
  6. Career / Compensation

    How to Lay Off Staff

    Firing employees isn't easy, but it is simple: Be honest, be compassionate and be quick.
  7. Career / Compensation

    Banker or Broker: Which Career Is Right for You?

    Bankers and stock brokers may share similar traits, but there are many differences.
  8. Real Estate

    How to Calculate ROI for Real Estate Investments

    Calculating return on real estate investments can be difficult. We help you figure it out.
  9. High Net Worth Strategy

    Management Strategies From a Top CEO

    Find out what legendary manager Jack Welch did to grow General Electric into one of the biggest companies in the world.
  10. Politics & Money

    How September 11 Affected The U.S. Stock Market

    The attack on the World Trade Centers on September 11, 2001 had a profound impact on the market.
  11. Laws & Regulations

    Government Regulations: Do They Help Businesses?

    These rules are in place to protect consumers and help businesses thrive at the same time.
  12. Women & Money

    6 Women Who Turned Failing Companies Into Winners

    We list a few notable women who turned around companies that were suffering.
  13. Insurance

    Insurance Coverage: A Business Necessity

    Don't go to work without this policy in place - especially if your work is in your home.
  14. Politics & Money

    Top 6 U.S. Government Financial Bailouts

    U.S. bailouts date all the way back to 1792. Learn how the biggest ones affected the economy.
  15. Commodities

    Gold Scams To Watch Out For

    Buying and selling gold can be extremely lucrative, but there are also many risks associated with gold. Here are some useful ...
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