Managers who make important decisions without explanation risk alienating their employees. George, Ping and Donglin (2015) conclude that businesses with a ‘high capital structure’ are more exposed to / vulnerable to / prone to (the risk of) / susceptible to / carry the risk of / at risk of having future cash flow problems. A new competitor can put at risk / put in jeopardy / jeopardise the market share built up by other businesses. EU regulations and associated penalties for non-compliance can be damaging to US companies. Technological changes can pose / be a threat to small businesses that cannot afford new software platforms. This report examines how the ‘deep web’ economy might be threatening legitimate business sectors. When crowdfunding first arrived, the UK financial regulator gave what James (2016) calls an ‘ominous’ warning about the dangers of this new phenomenon.
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