Category Archive: Economist’s View

November 22, 2016   /   by Ars Lexis   /   ,

Vehicle Maintenance: Enjoying Your Ride for a Longer Time

Vehicle Maintenance: Enjoying Your Ride for a Longer Time

A car is not an investment; it’s an expense. Unless it is indeed an investment, as in the case of classic cars, the only return that you can expect from it is its reliability and comfort. You may also add bragging rights if your car is a status symbol. As its functionality is the only […]

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October 5, 2016   /   by Ars Lexis   /   ,

Launch a Successful Part-time Business Online with 2 Secrets

Launch a Successful Part-time Business Online with 2 Secrets

Many people fail to realize the dream of establishing a business or growing their income levels because they are afraid of quitting their day jobs. The article highlights ways to build a part-time business online. Many people have the urge to start a business that appeals to their interests, but always balk at the idea of taking a plunge […]

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Thinking Past Tomorrow: Will Bankruptcy Throw Away Your Assets?

Bankruptcy remains to be a viable alternative solution to debt problems for individuals and businesses alike. One of your concerns with bankruptcy may be about the state of your assets once you file for a claim. The lawyers with Utah Bankruptcy Pros suggest that before enduring the bankruptcy process, you ought to know what you’re […]

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August 26, 2016   /   by Ars Lexis   /   , ,

5 Ways to Improve Patient Satisfaction in Hospitals and Clinics

5 Ways to Improve Patient Satisfaction in Hospitals and Clinics

When it comes to healthcare, having the best practitioners is not enough to be the best choice for patients. After all, patients are consumers, and therefore, customer satisfaction is just as important as in any other industry.  How do you make sure that your patients give you a more than passing rating to recommend you […]

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August 16, 2016   /   by Ars Lexis   /   ,

Delta’s Recent Computer Outage Reveals the Biggest Problem in Corporate America

Delta’s Recent Computer Outage Reveals the Biggest Problem in Corporate America

On August 8, Delta Airlines experienced a massive computer outage in its Atlanta headquarters, causing the cancellation of 1,800 flights over two days. Bloomberg’s Thomas Black and Michael Sasso reported the next day that the computer failure could hurt Delta’s revenues this third quarter by as much as 10%. Black and Sasso also mentioned that […]

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