European Crisis – UK and Germany Spared by Standard and Poors

We are starting today an investing blog analyzing the recent European crisis – namely the sovereign debt crisis of the PIGS, as well as their consequences for the investors. Today, after many threats from Moody’s, United Kingdom and Germany got a relief from the eternal ratings competitor, Standard & Poor’s. Namely, the triple A ratings of UK and Germany have […]

Tech Bubble Bursting or Still Ongoing?

Just as we discussed about the LinkedIn IPO, another piece of news hits the shelves of Internet. Yandex, Russia’s largest search enngine (and often compared to Google), entered the NASDAQ market. Yandex is not the first but still an important player on the latest string of internet companies listed in the US. The price of Yandex’s shares has increased with […]

Book review on “Human Resource Management”, 2nd Edition by Greg L. Stewart (University of Iowa), Kenneth G. Brown (University of Iowa)

There are rare cases where you see a study text on HR management linking so well the strategic theory with the day to day practice – and the accent here falls on strategic. Furthermore, the human resources management seems to be relatively neglected in the companies, although many experts argue that now, when the end of crisis is approaching, it […]