With 2010 heralding a new year, there are reports that the worst is over and that we are going to have a more positive 2010 with fewer business failures. That may be so or it could be another example of "Pagliacci Economics". As stated on the main BFA site, BFA is not here to offer analysis of why businesses fail, it is here for those people suffering the debilitating effects of their business failing and according to the reports below, it seems that there may be a few more people who are still to deal with those effects, no matter where they are around the globe.
I'm OK, You're OK, We're OK... depends where you are or want to look, Pagliacci!
Some Google News Alerts for: business failures
Small business failures alarm China's official levels
The Australian - Michael Sainsbury - Jan 4, 2010
ONLY nine months after China claimed its small business sector was surviving the global recession reasonably well, figures have shown that about 40 per cent ...
Wearside tops league of business failures and there's worse to come
Sunderland Echo - Jan 5, 2010
Hard-pressed businesses on Wearside are failing at a faster rate than any others in the UK, according to new figures. Research by credit insurer Euler...
1400 companies to go under in 2010
Insideireland.ie - Jan 4, 2010
1406 firms went out of business in 2009 with the total in December coming in at the highest for any month at 156. O'Brien's Sandwich Bars were among the...