The way of the future\r\n
You see things as they are and ask, "Why?" I dream things as they never were and ask, "Why not?"\r\n Inventors think differently to the rest of us. George Bernard Shaw and Robert Kennedy said
The Japanese use the word ‘kaizan’, which refers to continuous improvement and Thomas Edison said “there is always a better way”.\r\n
\r\n Once upon a time, car sales in Ireland and Europe were thriving. In recent years, they have been rising and dropping. The first half of 2014 showed 65,704 car sales in Ireland with the VW Golf and Nissan Qashqai being the two best selling models and diesel being the best selling engine type by far (73.29%). 2013 showed 53,225 cars sold in the same period. That is a 23.4% increase for 2014.
th Today 12, Chip Giant Intel lost its €1.06 billion ($1.44 billion) antitrust fine when the General Court of the European Union upheld a 2009 ruling by the European Commission that the company had abused its dominant market position and blocked its main rival AMD – Advanced Micro Devices.\r\n
Are you examining where your income \r\n
will come from in the future?
\r\n I have been telling clients that Business is like riding a bicycle - to keep your balance, you have to keep moving. This infers that businesses are constantly examining and re-examining their income streams, profits, cash flows, etc. As part of this process, a business has to take risks, regardless of their size. Below are examples of the larger companies who are taking risks at the moment and why.