Day archives: June 6th, 2006

The Limited Liability Company: The Importance of Choosing The Correct Business Vehicles

Sarah Spear’s guide distinguishes the LLC from other common forms of business entity, discusses the various LLC management structures, highlights businesses thriving as LLCs and some of the tax advantages realized by the LLC.

Subjects: Business Research

Reference From Coast to Coast: Reference Reciprocity Part 2

Jan Bissett and Margi Heinen address the learning opportunities that arise when a research assignment involves unfamiliar issues or areas.

Subjects: Communication Skills, Law Librarians, Libraries & Librarians, Reference Resources, Reference Services

Short Takes: Book Review – Under the Workers Caps: From Champion Mill to Blue Ridge Paper

In honor of Workers’ Memorial Day on April 28, Beth Wellington reviews a book on a pioneering group of workers who “lead one of the largest employee buyouts in U.S. history,” authored by a university librarian.

Subjects: Book Reviews, Uncategorized