The Profit First Good

Businesses the world over make money, but only a percentage of those that are generating decent revenues end up making profit. Why is this so? What are the things that force even those that have stable sources of revenue, and decent growth to go under? Businesses face challenges, that much is given. There is not…

Money Laundering and Major Risks

The concept of money laundering is very important to be understood for those working in the financial sector. It is a process by which dirty money is converted into clean money. The sources of the money in actual are criminal and the money is invested in a way that makes it look like clean money…

Easton YB14S1 S1 Composite Formative years Baseball Bat

Pros The reason that there are so many parents and under 14 baseball players clamoring for the brand-new Easton YB14S1 S1 composite youth baseball bat is because it takes advantage of new composite barrel material that enlarges the sweet spot of the bat (significantly) and gives all players a shot of confidence every single time…

Cincinnati Reds Are First Inning Masters, Dumb Inning Mess ups

The Cincinnati Reds have tried different managers, ditching Dusty Baker for current skipper Bryan Price. That move failed to bring improvement. Baseball's oldest professional team has also changed batting coaches, pitching coaches, lead off hitters, cleanup hitters, and even putting the pitcher in the number eight hole of the lineup. Not one of these tweaks…

Flathead Lake, in Montana

What's the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi River? At 28 miles (45 km) in length, 15 miles (24 km) in width, 370 feet (113 meters) at its deepest and 124 miles (200 km) of shoreline the answer is Flathead Lake, in northwestern Montana. In all, it's nearly 200 square miles (518 square…