By contrast, after Ronald Reagan helped lead to declining unionization, capital investment was disappointing in the 1980s.
The trouble is that this high level of capital investment does not seem to be buying improved outcomes.
So did capital investment, rising from some $11 billion in 1933 (in 2000 dollars) to $91 billion in 1937.
In the 2000s, when unions seem almost nonexistent, median wages have fallen, and capital investment has been persistently weak.
Probably 90 per cent of stage coach expenses, whether of capital investment or operation, lies in the coaches, horses and harness.
Its object is not to do away with any return on the capital investment.
Cost of operation constantly is compared with fixed charges, the interest with the capital investment.
I am going in for Rivers's because it seems such a capital investment.
Such a "capital investment" was certainly ludicrous in the extreme.
By doubling his capital investment he raises, not twice as much produce, but ten times as much.