In the first part of this series, Monitor asked members of the ELFA’s Financial Accounting Committee what would be at the top of their to-do lists if they were ultimately accountable for a company’s smooth transition to the new accounting... read more
It’s March 1989. I’m 23 years old. I have just walked out of Brunswick Surgical without any business for what feels like the millionth time. I’m so discouraged. If I don’t start producing volume soon I’ll be put on probation.... read more
Dexter Van Dango reacts to the bombshell news that Rabobank is seeking to sell DLL and Huntington Bank’s plans to merge with FirstMerit, while speculating about the future of M&A in the equipment finance industry.
The good news is that the sales volume of the used truck market, especially the Class 8 portion, is generally stable. The alarming news is the significant increase in the number of used trucks that are literally pouring into the market.