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Amazon Buys Whole Foods for $13.7 Billion

The Largest Name in Retail Continues to Grow Amazon.com (AMZN) recently announced it’s taking over the trendy supermarket chain, Whole Foods. At the beginning of this year I wrote an article which included a prediction that this would happen. Maybe Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos got the idea from reading my blog. 🙂 Whole Foods sells healthy, organic products.… Read More »

The Long Term Advantage

Advantage of Long Term Thinking There’s an advantage in the business world for thinking long term. If a company only makes short term goals then it will be forced to compete with many other businesses in the same industry. It doesn’t take a lot of foresight or planning to run a company for 1 or 2 years, so that’s what… Read More »

Fiscal Update – July – Tale of 2 Industries

Oil Producers Languish as Airlines Fly High ✈️ Oil executives sometimes use crude language, especially to describe their disappointment of low oil prices. With the WTI price at around $48 a barrel it’s very difficult for North American oil producers to make a profit. ⛽ The 50% decline in crude price over the last year forced Husky Energy (HSE) to… Read More »