Southern Business Review

Southern Business Review is a magazine focusing on Economics

Articles from Vol. 33, No. 2, 2008

Cash Flows from In-Kind Charitable Contributions: They're Worth More Than You Think!
What do you do? Sales have slumped dramatically. Inventory is just not moving. Additional expenditures on advertising seem to be throwing money into a black hole. It's almost as if you can't even give your inventory away, and an idea germinates. You...
Dimensions of Supply Chain Security
In a recent column in The Wall Street Journal, executives were urged to focus on four priorities based on the events of the summer of 2007. At the top of the list was "Make supply-chain management a top priority." The story went on to say, "Don't wait...
The Fortress and the Empire: A Marketing Strategy for the Professional Services Firm
Marketing of professional services was once seen as inappropriate or even unethical, but today professionals are free to promote their services in any way they choose (Markham and Carson 2005). Accountants, lawyers, management consultants and doctors...
Travel, Meal, & Entertainment Expense Deductions in U.S. Tax Court Cases
Travel and entertainment expenses for business have always been deductible. These expenses are considered an integral part of businesses maintaining client relationships and developing new potential clients. After all, business is about maintaining current...
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