Increasing Demand of Fuel Efficient Cars Business Finance 

Increasing Demand of Fuel Efficient Cars

The demand for smaller and fuel efficient cars is increasing every other day around the world. The major reasons behind this trend is increasing gas prices and growing environmental concerns. These factors have driven the demand up on cars offering fuel efficiency and low environmental effect. Consumers are purchasing fuel efficient cars more than ever to get relief from climbing gas prices. While car manufacturers are also proved to be competent in meeting the increasing demand. According to National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA), the sales of small and fuel efficient…

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Top 10 Airlines For 2015 Business Economics 

Top 10 Airlines For 2015 has announced the list of top ten airlines for 2015. The rating is achieved on the basis of seven star safety rating and the level of innovation for the comfort of passengers. Other factors contributed towards the ratings are aircraft types, history and in-flight offering such as meals, drinks, seating, in-flight entertainment. 1. Air New Zealand (NZ) The Air New Zealand is awarded as the Best Premium Economy Class by According to editor-in-chief of, Air New Zealand is considered as an airline of first choice among passengers….

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Think In an “Economic Way” Business Economics 

Think In an “Economic Way”

Thinking in economic way can help a person to analyze complex problems. There are several methods that can be followed to think in this perspective. Every Choice Has Its Cost Due to scarcity of human and capital resources, individuals have to make choices and must decide how to use best out of the available reserves. The notion “there is no free lunches and dinners” represents the essential issue of economic sense, as you have to tradeoff for one thing for another. Opportunity cost is the value of best forgone alternative,…

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The Underlying Causes of Oil Price Fluctuations Business Economics 

The Underlying Causes of Oil Price Fluctuations

  Oil is one of the basic global commodities and tends to see larger fluctuations in price than stable investments such as stocks and bonds. There is direct and indirect impact of oil prices fluctuation on the global economy. Therefore, investors track the prices of oil very closely. The fluctuation in oil prices is considered as a dreadful symbol for the global economy as it creates volatility in stock markets and also impacts on the industries negatively. The increases in oil prices increase energy prices, which can cause a ripple…

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RIP Nokia: You Will Be Missed Business Technology 

RIP Nokia: You Will Be Missed

  The mobile brand, Nokia is officially dead on 5th of December, 2014, after the announcement made that Microsoft bought the company. It took just few months for the company to decide on leaving the competition without worrying about losing its market share. This announcement witnesses the end of an era in the mobile phones industry. But unfortunately, no one cares about the death of Nokia brand. Rather many of us have hardly remembered or bothered about this news and skimmed the headlines. It wouldn’t be wrong to say Nokia…

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