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Microeconomics Assignments Done Quickly and Easily

October 17th, 2011 No comments

Even the most efficient student may ask himself or herself from time to time: “What should I do if I need help with microeconomics homework?” And it is not an idle question, as the subject in question may be difficult and tricky, especially if you feel that you are very likely never to need it in your future occupation. In this case there is a clear and easy way out of your predicament – homework assistance services that are quite widespread in the modern Internet.

However, before you contact one of them and say “Would you be so kind to do my microeconomics task?” you should learn a couple of tips that will help you to get as much out of it as it is possible. The very fact that these services exist in great numbers make it quite easy for swindlers and incompetents to assume the identity of one of them. So, in order to get solutions instead of new problems out of them, you have to do some research before addressing any particular one of them and saying “Solve my microeconomics assignment”.

Find out whether any of your friends or relatives ever used its services and what was their impression, look through the examples of assignments presented on the website if any, and only then address it, saying “I need help with microeconomics homework”. If the scale of your assignment is reasonably big, try to control the work of the site’s employees in the process and ask to see the intermediate results of their activity. Learn whether the service provides guarantees of any kind and how you can use them. When you come to them and say “Do my microeconomics task”, try to be as specific as possible – the less possibility of misunderstanding there is, the greater is the chance that you will get what you have paid for.

City Bank of Commerce of Columbus

June 25th, 2010 No comments

Commercial National and City Bank of Commerce of Columbus, Ohio merged to form City National Bank and Trust in 1929. John H. McCoy became president in 1935, starting a family dynasty. His son John G. McCoy took over for him in 1958. In the 1960’s, City National hired a comedienne, Phyllis Diller to do its radio and TV commercials. The commercials launched Diller’s career and made the bank famous. In 1966, City National offered the first Visa credit Card outside of California. It also created the first drive-up bank, and was one of the first banks to use ATM’s. Later, McCoy formed a holding company called First Bank Group of Ohio, which became Banc One in 1979. As soon as interstate barriers collapsed, the bank moved into India, Kentucky, Michigan, and Wisconsin.

John B. McCoy, third generation of the banking family, became CEO in 1984. During his reign, the bank acquired over 100 banks in the Midwest. The bank also bought over twenty failed banks and expanded into Texas in 1989. In 1991, the bank moved into Illinois. The bank entered a development alliance with Banco Nacional de Mexico in 1992. The number three bank in Louisiana, Premier Bancorp, was purchased in 1996. A year later, it added Liberty Bancorp, based in Oklahoma City. With the purchase of First USA in 1997, Banc One became the third largest credit card issuer behind Citicorp and MBNA. Read more…