Raised in unrivalled prosperity, we inherit an economy that is still the world's strongest, but is weakened by business failures
, stagnant wages, increasing inequality, and deep divisions among OUR OWN people.
His telegraph was then, as it is to-day, a business failure
One-third of business failures
are most likely to occur between October and December, while 1,800 businesses are expected to go into liquidation this year.
ABIRMINGHAM-based business restructuring specialist says a recent fall in construction business failures
could mask major concerns ahead for the sector.
At 33,000, business failures
ended in 2009 at 46 per cent above their 2008 total.
in the North-east have climbed by more than two-fifths so far this year - the highest rate across the UK.
We examine monthly time-series data for the period 1984-1998 and find the interest rate is positively associated with the number of large business failures
and negatively associated with the number of small business failures
A HIGH street spending slowdown has helped fuel another rise in UK business failures
Many small business failures
are blamed on things like lack of working capital, inadequate support from the franchiser and poor location," says Hamilton.
This, coupled with the growth of "lending sharks", had fuelled business failures
, which, in the first three quarters of 2002, increased by 7 per cent, compared with the previous year.
SAN FRANCISCO - Investments in venture capital funds plunged 33 percent during last year's final quarter in a retreat spurred by the accelerating pace of Internet business failures
Similarly, as business profits increase, the rate of business failures
can be expected to decrease.