Oil is a non-renewable resource and we will eventually run out of it. Ancient biological matter and a process that lasted about 10 million years are both responsible for the massive reserves of crude oil that we continue to extract today in order to power our industry, light our homes and move forward our transportation; […]

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Almost done with 2017 and there has been a remarkable movement around mergers and acquisitions, especially in the Indian startup juncture where it seems the aforementioned processes are really a blast. Earlier this year, and in the past, some of the country’s biggest startups such as Freshworks, Paytm and Flipkart made important acquisitions in hopes […]

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It does not really matter the size or the nature of the company: All of them can be restructured, and, generally, these processes bring quite positive changes in the commercial future of failing organizations. What must happen, in any case, is a successful process of adaptation to the new circumstances; those that make organizations take […]

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Oil prices seem will average at $50 per barrel in the rest of 2017 and approximately $55 per barrel in the coming year. According to the American Energy Information Administration, this will be the most likely scenario. On the other hand, commodity traders have also made their own predictions for their own futures contracts: they […]

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What is happening with the prices of oil? That is the question we ask ourselves here at Suzzanne Uhland’s blog every week, so today we want to take a look at new technologies and alternative fuel sources to analyze how and why, they influence oil prices, to what extent and what that means for the […]

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Suzzanne Uhland has addressed the topic of corporate bankruptcy from all sorts of angles. Today, many companies file for bankruptcy in hopes of getting out of tough situations—which accounts for the myriad of businesses and entrepreneurs that decide to file for Chapter 11 whenever they feel their current status is getting tougher. Many people still […]

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As Suzzanne Uhland has previously asserted, mergers and acquisitions can get really tough and challenging. In fact, many companies, irrespective of whether they have previously undergone this process, often experience more difficulties—and even fail—simply because they firmly assume that such experience will get them to safe haven. Reality, however, dictates otherwise. Integrations are complicated, highly […]

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It is possible to assimilate the bankruptcies of companies and industrial sectors as an unfortunate affair. However, from a more distant perspective, bankruptcy processes are, eminently, part of the world economy nature. They belong to an economic landscape, so to speak. What awaits us next year? We do not know for sure but some large […]

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Many business owners or entrepreneurs fear the dreary consequences of going bankrupt: aside from watching their dreams collapse, the end up surrounded by difficult financial circumstances. Any company who has previously gone through bankruptcy would highlight the importance of being alert to the early red flags and signs of corporate bankruptcy and insolvency. Being mindful […]

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