Many philosophers, economists, pundits, and journalists have written on entrepreneurs. The engines of capitalism, entrepreneurs take calculated risks to create new products and services.Their actions often lead to disrupting the status quo of the day’s business practice, leading to the creative destruction that drives a healthy economy.
<p>I have been working on the technology side of JustMeans for over seventh months.
<p>US technology research firm iSuppli, released a report with an optimistic forecast for the solar industry:<br /> <br /> <em>Worldwide investments in the production of Photovoltaic (PV) cells will rise to the same level as those for semiconductor manufacturing by 2010, due to booming demand for solar energy, accordi
Alla Weinstein, a renewable energy entrepreneur, discusses AquaBuOY, a technology that converts energy from waves.
<p>This is my first post, so I want to start by saying a bit about who I am, and why I’m writing this. Second, I want to describe a looming puzzle about microfinance.
<p>...may be in the works...for India. An article in today's Times of India details:<em><br /> <br /> The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI), the statutory body that sets accounting and auditing standards for the corporate sector, is working on a new set of rules on CSR, making it a must for companies to report on social, environmental and economic initiatives.
<p class="MsoNormal">As corporate competition rises companies are constantly looking for solutions to increase efficiency at manageable costs.<span> </span>Several companies have discovered that outsourcing certain operations of their business has provided these solutions and allowed them to leverage their competitive edge.<span> </span>The idea behind it is to outsource secondary operations that are not core skill areas of your company.<span> </span>This effectively allows your staff to focus on key, income generating areas of operations.<span&