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All 50 states make some level of corporate and business filings available online. In a few instances only limited information (such as name availability) is retrievable. The majority of the states, however, use their Web presence to disseminate a range of public business records -- and most of them offer access at no charge. This update reflects changes that have been made in the previously listed databases. The scope of this roundup does not yet include tax filings. Taxing authorities are mentioned for two states (Maryland and New Jersey) because they offer the only online route to business organization and trade name ...
having its own privileges, and liabilities distinct from those of its members. There are many different forms of corporations, most of which are used to conduct business . Corporations exist as a product of corporate law , and their rules balance the interests of the management who operate the corporation, creditors who provide loans, shareholders who invest capital , and employees who contribute their labor . In modern times, corporations have become an increasingly dominant part of economic life. An important feature of corporation is limited liability. If a corporation fails, shareholders normally only stand to lose their ...
Addis Ababa – Where the Old Fiat Rules(East African Business Week ...
It is very rare now in Uganda to see an Italian made vehicle traversing the roads unless it is a new model but not those Fiat cars that were mostly used by thieves and smugglers during Idi Amin’s regime in the 1970’s. But if you visit Addis Ababa, the capital city of Ethiopia, you will find that there is one word to describe this city, Addis Ababa the colourful city dominated by special hire Fiat cars and minibuses with white and blue colours which could be a regulation of the city authorities. Although the Japanese minibuses (Kamunye’s as commonly referred to in Uganda are also on the increase), the most ... market research, surveys and trends
New Business Filings, New Licensee Numbers Rise in Second Quarter
ALBANY, NY (07/16/2010)(readMedia)-- New York Secretary of State Lorraine Cortés-Vázquez today announced that the agency's Division of Licensing Services licensed nearly 5,000 more New Yorkers (about 24 percent) in the second quarter of 2010 than in the second quarter of 2009. These second quarter numbers include strong gains in security guards (69.9 percent increase), appearance enhancement professionals (27.3 percent increase) and even real estate salespeople and brokers (1.5 percent increase). Meanwhile, the Division of Corporations saw a two percent rise in the number of newly registered business entities in June 2010 ... market research, surveys and trends


Lending Issues in Japan
In the text that follows, you will quickly recognize vast differences between many 'equivalent' Japanese and American lending laws. You will also find laws for which there are no US equivalent. Perhaps you may even spot a reason behind what appeared to be the completely illogical suspension or termination of a contemplated transaction. The easiest method to originate a loan is to either incorporate a new entity or acquire an existing entity in Japan, and then license it as a Money Lender (Kashikin Gyo) under "The Statute to Regulate Money Lenders Activities (Kashikin Gyo no Kisei tooni Kansuru Hootritu Code No. 32- 1983)." industry trends, business articles and survey research
Socialism Viewed Positively by 36% of Americans
PRINCETON, NJ -- More than one-third of Americans (36%) have a positive image of "socialism," while 58% have a negative image. Views differ by party and ideology, with a majority of Democrats and liberals saying they have a positive view of socialism, compared to a minority of Republicans and conservatives. "Democrats and Republicans agree in their ratings of several of the terms, but differ significantly in their ratings of others -- in particular, capitalism, the federal government, and socialism." "Socialism" was one of seven terms included in a Jan. 26-27 Gallup poll. Americans were asked to indicate whether their ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
MGIC Investment Corporation Reports Second Quarter 2010 Results
today reported net income for the quarter ended June 30, 2010 of $24.6 million, compared with a net loss of $339.8 million for the same quarter a year ago. Diluted net income per share was $0.13 for the quarter ending June 30, 2010, compared to diluted loss per share of $2.74 for the same quarter a year ago. The net loss for the first six months of 2010 was $125.5 million, compared with a net loss of $524.4 million for the same period last year. Total revenues for the second quarter were $406.4 million, compared with $454.5 million in the second quarter last year. Net premiums written for the quarter were $295.3 million, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Internet America Reports Preliminary Unaudited Operating Results for the ...
today announced preliminary unaudited operating results for the fiscal fourth quarter and the fiscal year ended June 30, 2010. Total revenues for the fiscal year decreased by 4.6% to approximately $7,419,785, compared to total revenues of approximately $7,782,982 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009. Revenues for the fourth fiscal quarter ending June 30th of 2010 increased slightly to $1,873,796 compared to $1,866,740 for the fourth fiscal quarter ending June 30th of 2009. Adjusted EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, stock based compensation, and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


A small door to big business
million business entities, compared with 4.7 million in 2007. This increase is also reflected in other economic indicators, such as employment, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Utah Division of Corporations & Commercial Code
Under the provisions of HB 168, the Utah State legislature adopted in its 1990 General Legislative Session amendments to all forms of corporate and business name availability. The standard of corporate and business name availability is: "Distinguishability." Specifically, a name applied for must be distinguishable from the names on the records of the Division of Corporations and Commercial Code ("Division") in order for the Division to authorize the use of the name. See Utah Code Ann. �� 16-6a-24(2)(a) (2000), 16-10a-401(2) (2000), 16-11-16(4) (2000), 42-2-6.6(3)(a) (2000), 48-2a-102(3) (2000), 48-2c-106 (2001). technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
A Comparison of Business Entities Available to Ohio Farmers
A Comparison of Business Entities Available to Ohio Farmers — page 2 ... BUSINESS ENTITY COMPARISON CHART. Sole. Proprietorship. (SP). General. Partnership ...
WikiAnswers - Three types of business
Sales letters Request letters Goodwill letters Acknowledgement letters Credit and collection letters Inquiry letters Demand letters and more What are three types of business risk? a.price riskb.diversification riskc.pure risk What are the three types of business entities and how do they differ? The three types of business entities are a sole proprietorship, a partnership, and a corporation. A sole proprietorship is owned by one person, a partnership is owned by two or more people, and a... Related articles: Variable rate is most popular; MORTGAGES: Survey shows take-up of different types.(Business) Western Mail ...
Google Answers: business management
Hi! Thanks for the question. I have found the following resources describing the difference of such business terms. I will provide small snippets from the articles I will cite just to save you time. But I suggest that you read them in their entirety to get a better grasp of the topic. The terms International and global are more of a way of thinking and policy in achieving a process. International - ?International (literally "between or among nations") generally describes a worldview within the traditional boundaries of nations (ethnic, geographic, political, etc.). This viewpoint is often from the "inside center looking ...