• How to build a company?

    Hi I am in college right now, and I want to build a great company like Tesla. I don't no where to start, but do no i want it to be a tech company. any idea/ tips??
    Hi I am in college right now, and I want to build a great company like Tesla. I don't no where to start, but do no i want it to be a tech company. any idea/ tips??
    5 answers · 5 hours ago
  • Does Walmart repair brakes?

    5 answers · 8 hours ago
  • Can I work two separate jobs for same company?

    Best answer: If the company allows it and you can do both jobs without one interfearing with the other
    Best answer: If the company allows it and you can do both jobs without one interfearing with the other
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • Regarding Home Depot Rental Pick Up?

    I’m a picking up a furniture at Costco and I was wondering if I can rent a truck from Home Depot. Our house is about 2 miles apart from Home Depot and Costco.
    I’m a picking up a furniture at Costco and I was wondering if I can rent a truck from Home Depot. Our house is about 2 miles apart from Home Depot and Costco.
    8 answers · 4 days ago
  • Which day do employees get paid in general in america?

    Best answer: Thursdays or Fridays. Typically it's bi weekly / every other week.
    My old job used to have pay days on Thursday.
    My current job has pay day on Friday.
    Best answer: Thursdays or Fridays. Typically it's bi weekly / every other week.
    My old job used to have pay days on Thursday.
    My current job has pay day on Friday.
    7 answers · 5 days ago
  • When does money get picked up from stores to be taken to banks? Walmart, CVS, Home Depot etc.?

    Like when armored cars come to get money from vaults... how often is it done at stores?
    Like when armored cars come to get money from vaults... how often is it done at stores?
    8 answers · 6 days ago
  • Amazon shipping and return question?

    So I purchased 400 dollars worth of computer parts through amazon. They told me it would be delivered within 2 days. It still wasnt delivered as of yesterday and was said to be lost. Here s the issue. I called and they refunded me everything that I paid for. So I purchased all new stuff and that is on it s way. I... show more
    So I purchased 400 dollars worth of computer parts through amazon. They told me it would be delivered within 2 days. It still wasnt delivered as of yesterday and was said to be lost. Here s the issue. I called and they refunded me everything that I paid for. So I purchased all new stuff and that is on it s way. I also got a notification that the original shipment that was lost is now on it s way here. My question is, if I ve already gotten the refund, and the item is still going to show up here but I wasnt explicitly told to return the items should they show up, do I still need to return the original items?
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • The govt was supposed to create laws to protect Americans from the corporations...instead why is the govt creating laws for the corporations?

    Best answer: Well it couldn't be more obvious could it? They're working for and with the corporations. The Bush family had a whole long list of corporate crimes where they used the government in order to further their military, oil, banking, real estate, drug scams. Fraud on a massive scale. That's just one example,... show more
    Best answer: Well it couldn't be more obvious could it? They're working for and with the corporations. The Bush family had a whole long list of corporate crimes where they used the government in order to further their military, oil, banking, real estate, drug scams. Fraud on a massive scale. That's just one example, and you know what came out was only what leaked out with them using the resources of the CIA, which he was head of, to keep it secret. This isn't a small group of scammers, it's the majority, or at least the majority of the richest, most powerful of them.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How many banks are there in America?

    Best answer: 7,135 Banks. The US has the most banks in the world in terms of institutions (7,135 at the end of 2010) and possibly branches (85,000). And US Banks have alot of branches in other countries. Europe Banks have this money %54 , US have %15-16 and The Asian Banks have %14-16. Now we can understand why The Europe BANK... show more
    Best answer: 7,135 Banks.

    The US has the most banks in the world in terms of institutions (7,135 at the end of 2010) and possibly branches (85,000). And US Banks have alot of branches in other countries. Europe Banks have this money %54 , US have %15-16 and The Asian Banks have %14-16. Now we can understand why The Europe BANK crises can be burn the all World Banks and Branches.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • The company i work at practices nepotism to the extreme, what can i do?

    Best answer: Ignore them, they have a right to pay family or anyone to do nothing. I worked for a CPA who hired his idiot grandson, the boy knew nothing and was paid about twice what the receptionist was paid. If the boy was smart it would have helped him get a start after a degree in accounting, boy wasn't smart. Grandpa... show more
    Best answer: Ignore them, they have a right to pay family or anyone to do nothing. I worked for a CPA who hired his idiot grandson, the boy knew nothing and was paid about twice what the receptionist was paid. If the boy was smart it would have helped him get a start after a degree in accounting, boy wasn't smart. Grandpa bought him two businesses to run out of business. Grandpa was a millionaire who really wanted the boy not to be a failure in life, but his money. I was paid fairly working for him 12 years so not my problem.
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • America's oldest car company FORD is losing $1B and plans to lay off 24,000 Americans who have good jobs, good pay, good benefits, pensions?

    America's oldest car company FORD is losing $1B and plans to lay off 24,000 Americans who have good jobs, good pay, good benefits, pensions?

    Best answer: Trickle Down Theory of Economics – doesn’t work The simple-minded idea that cutting taxes on the "rich" suffices to raise the standard of living of all concerned does not have a great track record. Name any economist, outside of an insane asylum, who had ever said any such thing. In the US: The richest... show more
    Best answer: Trickle Down Theory of Economics – doesn’t work

    The simple-minded idea that cutting taxes on the "rich" suffices to raise the standard of living of all concerned does not have a great track record. Name any economist, outside of an insane asylum, who had ever said any such thing.

    In the US:

    The richest 1 percent now owns more of the country’s wealth than at any time in the past 50 years.

    The wealthiest 1 percent of American households own 40 percent of the country's wealth, according to a new paper by economist Edward N. Wolff. That share is higher than it has been at any point since at least 1962, according to Wolff's data, which comes from the federal Survey of Consumer Finances.

    From 2013, the share of wealth owned by the 1 percent shot up by nearly three percentage points. Wealth owned by the bottom 90 percent, meanwhile, fell over the same period. Today, the top 1 percent of households own more wealth than the bottom 90 percent combined. That gap, between the ultrawealthy and everyone else, has only become wider in the past several decades.

    In the United States, the distribution of that wealth is even more skewed toward the top than the distribution of income.

    The top 20 percent of households actually own a whopping 90 percent of the stuff in America — 90 slices of pie! That's exactly 4½ slices per person, nearly triple their “ideal” share according to Norton and Ariely's survey respondents. Their average net worth? $3 million.

    That leaves just 10 percent of the pie for the remaining 80 percent of the populace. The next 20 percent of households (average net worth: $273,600) help themselves to eight slices, while the middle 20 percent ($81,700 net worth, on average) split a measly two slices.

    Don't go feeling too sorry for that middle quintile, though — at least they get some pie. The fourth quintile of households gets literally nothing: no pie. But they're still doing better than the bottom 20 percent of households, who are actually in a state of pie debt: Their net worth is underwater, meaning they owe more than they have. Combined, the average net worth of the bottom 40 percent of households is -$8,900.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk...

    Now republicans just gave the rich 70% of the new tax cut, increased the deficit, and will claim the government does not have the money for social programs.

    Bull sheet.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What can Auto insurance company do to sustain a competitive advantage?

    Best answer: Unlike CSAA-AAA, make it easy to pay premiums online from all devices.
    Best answer: Unlike CSAA-AAA, make it easy to pay premiums online from all devices.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago