beckit wrote: »
I think money saving lessons are brilliant, wish we had had them in my school. I run a Girl Guide Company and would love to cover money matters however the stuff aimed at teens to download is a little over their age group (they are 10 - 15).
Is there anything on the site that I could use?
Errata wrote: »
Of course the correct answer to what they all had in common would have been " You're using their logos without their permission, aren't you. Sir. "
thelawnet wrote: »
The boy is not wrong. Football clubs are very often not out to make money. Many rich people buy football clubs as a status symbol, or simply because they love the game + club want them to succeed.
That's why it's so risky to invest in football, because there are too many rich people willing to subsidise it. It's not a business in the usual sense.
davidgmmafan wrote: »
Yeah I can see how that was a difficult example for the grasp. I may have mis-understood but I rather got the impression from the news that the head guy (glazier is it) is essentially buying Manchester United with themselves. Ie he's borrowed massively and will be paying the capital and interest off with thier profits...
Sasso_Palmieri wrote: »
'Fraid not. Educational establishments can use/make copies of materials for teaching purposes, within reasonable limits.
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