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What to consider when buying a business

North Carolina entrepreneurs who want to run a business may decide to start one from scratch. However, they also have the opportunity to purchase an existing company. Regardless of what a person chooses, it is important to first consider the type of enterprise they want to run. For instance, an individual may choose to invest in a franchise opportunity or start a consulting company.

Widow of musician files lawsuit

North Carolina residents who are fans of the Eagles may know that founder Glenn Frey passed away in 2016 from acute ulcerative colitis. The singer's widow has filed a lawsuit against Mount Sinai Hospital and the gastroenterologist who treated him. The lawsuit alleges that the hospital and the doctor were negligent in causing Frey's death. It also claims that Frey was in physical and mental pain when he passed away.

Negligent overloading a factor in commercial truck accidents

Commercial truck accidents involving overloads are shown by statistics year after year to be some of the most prevalent truck hazards on the road in North Carolina and all around the country. An unbalanced payload, especially when an unqualified or inattentive truck driver is at the wheel, can create a loss of control that could end in serious injuries or death in a semi-truck accident. Even if the truck isn't overloaded, an unbalanced load due to negligence by a truck company may cause a fatal 18-wheeler accident.

Getting ready to sell a business

Making money is not the only reason an entrepreneur may want to sell a business. Some owners want to solidify their work and make the business and its employees a legacy for the future. Before doing so, however, North Carolina entrepreneurs who decide to sell their business should consider certain factors.

A snapshot of a tech business for sale

Financial and tech experts interested in who is buying and selling businesses are keeping a close eye on what's happening with GoPro, the maker of action cameras. The brand is so well known in its sector of the industry that many consumers in North Carolina and around the country cannot name any other. That has created a lot of possible acquisition interest in the company, but GoPro execs have stated that, while they are open to selling, they are not as yet actively pursuing buyers.

Defensive driving tips for motorcyclists

Taking a motorcycle out on the roads of North Carolina represents a genuine pleasure for some people. Because motorcycles leave their riders physically exposed, motorcyclists should exercise great caution and employ specific strategies that could reduce the chances of accident and injury.

Teen motorcyclists, and how they can stay safe

Ninety percent of motorcyclists who are involved in a crash had no formal training in how to ride a motorcycle. It's essential that teenage motorcyclists should know how to stay safe on the road before heading out. There are some safety tips that can apply to motorcyclists in North Carolina and the rest of the U.S.

How a seller mentality may benefit fast-casual restaurant owners

Even when a restaurant is not currently for sale, Pennsylvania entrepreneurs may want to be prepared to explore the potential benefits of this type of transaction. It's fast-casual restaurants, in particular, that tend to be appealing to buyers since this niche is expected to be a $70 billion industry. Consequently, there may be opportunities available some owners are not considering.

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