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August 2017 Archives

John Steinbeck's son committed breach of contract, says judge

Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck continues to line many bookshelves in Ohio and throughout the nation. Although the author has been deceased since 1968, his work continues to be a hot topic of conversation in literary circles, and apparently, in some courtrooms as well. His son, Thom and the daughter of his third wife are currently battling it out over ownership of Steinbeck's writings and a breach of contract.

Business financing decisions and creditors decision process

Every day, new businesses open their doors throughout Ohio. The majority of these businesses have had to make numerous business financing decisions as a part of this process. Often, these financing decisions involved creditors and specific credit criteria. Prior to lending money for a business venture, creditors often look at various factors to make an informed decision.

Former Uber CEO at center of shareholder disputes

After investing both time and money into a new enterprise, a business entrepreneur expects to reap the rewards of such a venture. Perhaps these rewards are in the form of income, or perhaps prestige is the ultimate goal. As the Ohio business continues to grow, it is possible that it will look for investors and shareholders to assist with further growth and development. While this scenario does provide the financial opportunity the company is looking for, it also opens the door to the possibility of shareholder disputes down the road.

Contract disputes: Contractor claims city unlawfully rejected bid

When it comes to bidding on an employment contract, businesses in Ohio and elsewhere often have to compete with rivals. While in many cases the job may go to the lowest bidder, a company could decide to enlist the services of the another party instead. Should the previous business believe that this decision is unlawful, intense contract disputes may ensue.

Business financing decisions critical to success

How to finance a business can often be one of the greatest challenges that an Ohio business owner will face. For new businesses, there may not be that many financing options available. For struggling businesses, this may be true as well. Business financing decisions can have a lasting impact on both the business and the business owner.

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