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(1869–1877) as well as military commander during the Civil War and post-war Reconstruction periods. Under Grant's command, the Union Army defeated the Confederate military and ended the Confederate States of America . His image as a war hero was tarnished by corruption scandals during his presidency. Grant began his life long career as a soldier after graduating from the United States Military Academy in 1843. Fighting in the Mexican American War , he was a close observer of the techniques of Generals Zachary Taylor and Winfield Scott . He resigned from the Army in 1854, then struggled to make a living in St. Louis. After ...
Quants, corn and bankruptcy
Illinois farmers put up $4 million to start an ethanol cooperative and lost every dime when the company went bankrupt. They blame hedge-fund mogul Andy Redleaf.   Amile down an unpaved road on the outskirts of Canton, Illinois, population 14,500, stands a shuttered ethanol plant. Corn farmers in the area chipped in $5,000 to $300,000 each—some even mortgaged their farms—to form the Central Illinois Energy Cooperative. They broke ground on the refinery in 2006, hoping that ethanol would bring higher prices for their corn and more jobs for Canton. The town had been in trouble since 1983, when International Harvester Co. ... market research, surveys and trends
Supreme Court summons Shinde's daughter, estranged husband
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Economy | The Obama-Biden Transition Team
Our country faces its most serious economic crisis since the great depression. Working families, who saw their incomes decline by $2,000 in the economic "expansion" from 2000 to 2007, now face even deeper income losses. Retirement savings accounts have lost $2 trillion. Markets have fallen 40% in less than a year. Millions of homeowners who played by the rules can't meet their mortgage payments and face foreclosure as the value of their homes have plummeted. With credit markets nearly frozen, businesses large and small cannot access the credit they need to meet payroll and create jobs. Barack Obama and Joe Biden ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
FindLaw's Common Law: Legal Topic: Bankruptcy Law
If the U.S. economy is on the mend, then a new report may be proof that the first months of this year were rock bottom. Consumers fell behind on credit card bills and home equity and car loans at a record pace in the first quarter of 2009. The bad news comes in the latest Consumer Credit Delinquency Bulletin from the American Bankers Association . That report shows that a record 4.75 percent of all credit and bank card accounts were delinquent in 2009's Q1, with the balances on those delinquent accounts reaching 6.6 percent of all outstanding credit/bank card debt, also a record. (Note: the ABA classifies a delinquency as a ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Reid sets vote on Wall Street reform
With the votes for a financial reform bill in hand, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) will move to end debate on the bill Tuesday and set up a vote Thursday to send the final bill to President Barack Obama.  On Tuesday, Obama thanked "three Republican senators [who] have put partisanship and politics aside" to support the bill — referring to Sens. Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins of Maine and Scott Brown of Massachusetts. "I am grateful for their decision," Obama said. Reid also dodged a potential roadblock to the bill Tuesday when Sen. Ben Nelson (D-Neb.) publicly committed to voting "yes" ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Brunell Chapter 11 'sign of the times'
Former Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Mark Brunell�s Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization isn�t the first, and very likely won�t be the last, higher-income person seeking protection from creditors. Citing business and real estate debts, Brunell filed for protection under bankruptcy laws on June 25 in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Middle District of Florida. Brunell listed assets of $5.5 million and liabilities of $24.7 million. �Mark�s filing is an unfortunate sign of the times and just how broad a reach the current economic downturn and collapse in the real estate market have been,� said his attorney, Michael Freed with ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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Paralegals and Legal Assistants
Most entrants have an associate�s degree in paralegal studies, or a bachelor's degree in another field and a certificate in paralegal studies. About 71 percent work for law firms. Although lawyers assume ultimate responsibility for legal work, they often delegate many of their tasks to paralegals. In fact, paralegals —also called legal assistants —are continuing to assume new responsibilities in legal offices and perform many of the same tasks as lawyers. Nevertheless, they are explicitly prohibited from carrying out duties considered to be within the scope of practice of law, such as setting legal fees, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Berkeley Parents Network: Bankruptcy Lawyers
''He'' has left our family to explore other women. We have 3 young children and are getting no support from him (financial or otherwise). I work 2 jobs, am seriously considering personal bankruptcy and need to talk with someone who really gets it. Would prefer a seasoned professional who can guide and counsel. Oakland is preferred since that is where one of my jobs is. Any recommendations? Never thought it would come to this Call Lawrence L. Szabo. He is an attorney specializing in bankruptcy law. 510-834-4893 Anon August 2008 Can anyone recommend a reasonable and compassionate bankruptcy lawyer in ...
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WikiAnswers - Why did Lehman Brothers file for Bankruptcy
So they can get out from under their present load, reopen under a new name with a fresh start, dump all their bad clients and keep all their best ones. The above is speculative and unspecific. Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy because they failed to raise enough capital to secure their debts. The next logical question is why did they have so much debt? This is a two-fold answer: First, Lehman Brothers had massive exposure to property derivatives. These are investments that are tied to the value of properties such as homes and mortgages. Due to the recent housing crash (the biggest part of which is falling property values), ...
How can a shy guy improve his cold calling in order to get a job ...
I am out of work and have decided try something new in my job search. I have started cold-calling potential employers in my industry. Now, the thing is . . I'm pretty shy, not a salesman type at all. Calling up strangers in order to promote myself is not something that comes naturally to me. How can I make cold-calling work for me? (I'm looking for a job as a legal secretary or a paralegal. Forgot to mention that.) Here are some things I'm already aware of: *It's going to take a lot of persistence. *Upwards of 98.5 percent of the calls won't pan out. *Some employers I contact will choose to react ...