24/7 Wall St. has identified 10 American brands that they predict will disappear, either through bankruptcies or because of mergers in 2016. Bankruptcies of large public companies in 2015 have already exceeded 2014 totals. Similarly, the total value of mergers and acquisitions is projected to hit a record high in 2015. While some of the companies on this list may disappear because they continue to be at the bottom of their industry, some may disappear because they are doing well.
Travelers rated hotels nearly 3% higher than last year.
The annual American Customer Satisfaction Index that came out this week shows that guest satisfaction with hotels has increased, while passenger satisfaction with airlines has declined in the last year.
It’s every investor’s dream: buy into a theme before any one else has caught on; ride it all the way up until it gets bubbly; sell to the suckers who bought at the top.
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Let’s face it: humans are not machines. Humans are complex. Life and business is chaotic, interconnected and self-organizing.
The US has taken a serious issue with India’s new competition law that requires foreign companies to seek regulator’s approval for mergers and acquisitions made anywhere in the world.