Corporate Mergers Transitioning the American Economy: Corporate Buyouts and a Junk Bond Market out of Control

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iUniverse, Oct 19, 2012 - Business & Economics - 248 pages

The American economy continues to be driven by corporate mergers, buyouts, and activities in the junk bond market that few people understand.

Good and bad business activities have a pronounced effect on all Americans, who are often being harmed by corporations large and small, as well as occasionally the government. Despite the problems we face, the concept of domestic tranquility and prosperity are values that can still be maintained or achieved.

Jayson Reeves, an investor, business owner, and industrial engineer has worked with a variety of businesses, considers the complicated relationship between business and government a vital concern. The American transition of buyouts and the junk bond market effect on everyday people is a pivotal fact of resources. In this academic analysis, he focuses on

examples of good and bad mergers;
corporate raiders and the role they play
in business; and
ways junk bond markets are affecting the economy.

Youll also gain observation about the Securities and Exchange Commission and the role it plays in the economy as well as the role terrorism is playing on international investments. Therefore discover how the economy works and how it can be improved with Corporate Mergers Transitioning the American Economy.

 

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Jayson Reeves, a native of Gary, Indiana, is an investor, business owner and former partner of a civil engineering firm. He has worked with a number of small, large, public, and private businesses with adjacent values to government. He continues to live in Indiana.

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