It IS shitty business and, theoretically, they will see the ramifications in less sales which was what i was getting at in my post. Assuming that the gaming consumer market is fairly inelastic, if we choose to financially show our backing to firms like this one, less money will go to EA, and thus they will be reprimanded for shitty customer value. (It’s not even close to perfectly inelastic, and there are many other factors that come into play given specific titles such as IP recognition like we saw with the Star Wars games).
There is, at least in theory, a United Nations Moon treaty or signed by such spacefaring nations as Guatemala and Romania but not, conspicuously, by Russia, the United States or China. It bans militarisation, uncontrolled exploitation and ownership. But, really, it is just a bit of worthless paper and is widely considered a failure (unless Guatemala does indeed have a burgeoning space programme that I have somehow missed)..
I have been working for 2 years, investing seriously in retirement for 1 and my goal is overall to build wealth as making more money with my current job isn likely in the short term. I am just not sure what direction to go from here. Short term highly volatile stocks? Inject as much as I can into safe long term stocks? Any help is greatly appreciated..
Because of these factors, Finland was counted among the high risk markets.18 Tobacco companies considered Finland even more dangerous than Sweden, where the state owned the biggest tobacco company in the country, the Swedish Tobacco Company.19ETS was not the only concern. The importance of Finland as a market area is highlighted by an incidence where the CEO of PM, Geoffrey Bible, asked his staff to update him on the development of class action legislation in Finland.20 PM feared that Finland, together with Sweden where similar legislation was being discussed, would introduce new tobacco control initiatives and push for them in the European Union (EU).21Before the mid 1980s, PM argued that the Nordic market was characterised by a lack of coordinated lobbying activity. The threat of ETS, together with new initiatives to introduce tobacco restrictions, brought the local tobacco manufacturers together.22 The idea was to strengthen the National Manufacturers Associations (NMAs) in each market in order to combat tobacco control initiatives.23″Motivated by the deteriorating ETS trend, the industry has organised for the first time a Nordic NMA Working Group to address the ETS issue.