Big brands – has the bubble burst?


Posted on July 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

By PAUL BRENNAN

Looking ahead at 2009 and the financial problems the world is faced with, and starting by drawing a parallel with the way many private individuals have been, over the past decade, treating their house as an investment vehicle not a home, only to be now faced by house prices falling in value – one wonders if within this sector some people have latterly shifted their emphasis to foremost considering the business, not the care, as the main focus for their operation and one wanders what the implications of this may now be.

The growth of many bigger groups with





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