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3Q Economy Picks Up Speed-Offering New Economic Investment Opportunities

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the third quarter (3Q) of 2014 grew to an abundant  3.9%. It is always nice to see the economy grow, unemployment decline, housing recover, and consumer spending rise. What is the icing on the cake is the increased business investment that can tell us a lot about how big money is viewing the economy and its prospects. The reemergence of the American economy offers some new opportunities that were not possible in the past. The global economy may be slowing, China and Europe are propping up their systems, but the U.S. has for a short time been clear from such programs. The slowing world economy should have investors worried but it hasn't. The sour international market may just provide investors a silver lining in the U.S. The U.S. is not isolated from the global economy and certainly will have some challenges. However, as manufacturing parity improves and infrastructure strengthens the U.S. is in a better position to help investors take their capit

Analysis for Overcoming Global Business Challenges

A paper in the Journal of Knowledge Management, Economics & Information Technology by Siddhartha Ghosh attempts to explore the methods in which a business may implement a strategy after the global downturn. He argues that the three components includes innovation promotional practices, social and organizational welfare, and ethical behavior.   He discussed the concept of innovation and the overall process of development that should occur. As firms implement new strategies, they will find an increase in market success through the use of proper analysis to meet global challenges.  I-Ideas N-New Plan or Design N-Noticeable Changes O-Optimum Change Evaluation V-Variety A-Adaption to the New Environment/New Business T-Thought process for planned change. I-Ideological developments in business. O-Optimization of changes. N-Numero Uno (Being at the top of the market). The author further contends that there are four major strategies to co