Dr. Darren Prokop: Walking the tightrope of antitrust immunity
Take an industry with huge capital costs, long lead times in acquiring vessel capacity and couple that with the uncertainty of global market conditions over that long time period. In this context it probably never seems like a good time to invest in fleet size. But periodic investment must take place and it is always a risk-taking exercise.
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Business Plan Competition March 27
The 2020 CBPP Business Plan Competition's purpose is to inspire and encourage entrepreneurship and economic development. The competition will be held at the Lucy Cuddy Dining Room from 5pm to 7pm Friday March 27, 2020.
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Dr. Darren Prokop: Trade Flow Teeter-Totter Tilts Again
The U.S.-China trade war reached something like an armistice with the “Phase I” trade agreement signed January 15, 2020. The U.S. cancelled further trade tariffs on imports from China. To reciprocate, China agreed to purchase more U.S. exports and be more respectful of other countries’ intellectual property rights.
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Jen Schmidt to Speak on Wildfire Prevention in Anchorage Panel
Drought and high temperatures have greatly increased the chances of summer wildfires in Anchorage. Join a panel of experts to discuss steps we need to take to prevent wildfires in Anchorage and beyond this coming summer.
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IRS Special Agents Visit CBPP for Adrian Project
The Adrian Project — hosted Friday, Feb. 7, in cooperation with the IRS Criminal Investigation Division — gave accounting students a firsthand glimpse at the day-to-day work of IRS special agents who “follow the money” and investigate financial crimes.
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