Apr 15, 2013

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Commentary: How financial world assesses your credit worthiness
Santa Fe New Mexican.com
America's banks didn't even trust other banks and were on the verge of not lending to each other, as they do every day in the normal course of business. It was the beginning of ... An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You ...
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How To Market a Local Business With Free Reprint Articles by SubmitYourArticle ...
WebWire (press release)
(York 15 April 2012) Due to the number of questions received by local business owners SubmitYourArticle.com today tackle the question of marketing a local business using article marketing. Assuming you approach it in the right way, the results are ...
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Suncor Energy to sell conventional natural gas business
Stockhouse
Suncor Energy (TSX: T.SU, Stock Forum) Monday said it has reached an agreement to sell the conventional portion of its natural gas business in Western Canada for $1 billion to a newly established partnership between Centrica plc and Qatar Petroleum ...
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Pennsylvania Court Deals Blow to Fracking Industry: Corporations Not The ...
OpEdNews
The judge said the U.S. Constitution's 14 th Amendment "use of the word "person' that makes its protections applicable to business entities" does not apply to Pennsylvania's constitution. "The exact opposite is derived from plan language of Article X ...
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Reynolds picks Optrak for Irish fuels business
Logistics Manager
Comment on this article. Reynolds Logistics has chosen Optrak software to centralise transport planning for its Irish fuels and lubricants business. ... Please complete and submit the following form to post your comment about this article. Note: all ...
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Flexibility, not elimination, right move for foreign language requirement
New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
It is an article of faith among the state's educators, lawmakers and business owners that Michigan's future depends on a highly educated workforce. Where they differ is in what should constitute a sound, well-rounded and ultimately valuable education.
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FTC investigates Samsung over false ad claims
China Post
With advanced technology, more and more cosmetics, automobile and real estate businesses are hiring "Internet writers" to promote products to selected audience. The article was first posted on technology forum Mobile 01, and has gone viral on the net ...
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Healdsburg Businessman Leads the Charge Against "Unconstitutional ...
Patch.com
To combat the latest retroactive tax, Brian Overstreet, a small-business owner in Healdsburg, in Sonoma County, who said he owes $250,000 in back taxes and interest, has assembled a group called the California Business Defense. Because the window has ...
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J. Thomas 'Gus' Novotny, golf range owner
Baltimore Sun (blog)
Place them wrong, and golfers can't follow the white ball in the glare — but nights are big money-makers in the range business," reported The Baltimore Sun in the 2002 article. "He helped General Electric calculate optimal distances and heights for ...
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2013 Journalism Pulitzer Winners
New York Times
The Pulitzer board honored a series of 10 articles about the business practices of Apple and other technology companies by a group of reporters at The Times. The series, titled "The iEconomy," included articles on how American manufacturers lost out on ...
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British Airways told to pay Rs 90K for losing luggage
Business Standard
The South West District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum noted that due to loss of baggage, the man had to purchase at huge cost articles of daily use for the duration of his and his wife's stay in Milan and is entitled to be compensated. "We find ...
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Local beekeepers can remove and relocate unwanted hives
The Star Democrat
CORDOVA - Two local bee keepers, Anna and Paul Wysocki of Cordova, are assisting home and business owners while helping the local honey bee population by removing unwanted hives and transplanting them to more desirable locations. In the past ... You're ...
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American Express Earnings Preview: What We're Watching
Trefis
... revenues in 2012, indicating the importance of this business. We expect a double-digit growth rate for third party cards in the coming years. Read our article: Why American Express Is Growing Its Third Party Issued Cards Business for more information.
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Can Starbucks Compete in the Grocery Store?
Motley Fool
Not content to grow just its cafe business, Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX ) is now making a concerted push in grocery stores. The company announced a 10% decrease in its packaged coffee prices, and starting in May, those packages will allow customers to ...
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How the Revolving Door Leaves Investors Out to Dry
Motley Fool
Like most business decisions, I suspect these businesses are guided by the expectation that they will get a return on their investment in these former employees. The question is -- what are these businesses getting? And do these compensation policies ...
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India March Inflation Slows to Below 6% for First Time in 40 Months
NASDAQ
By Dow Jones Business News, April 15, 2013, 03:13:00 AM EDT. Vote up. loading ... NEW DELHI--India's wholesale inflation rate slipped below 6% for the first time since November 2009 as prices of primary articles eased, government data showed Monday.
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PCLN: RBC Rebuts Barron's Skeptical Print Article
Barron's (blog)
In case you missed it, Avi's argument is that the most lucrative source of business for Priceline, international hotel bookings (it gets 60% of its booked room nights from Europe) is increasingly threatened by competitors that include Expedia (EXPE ...
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Blogs5 new results for Business Articles
 
Companies Investing In Social - Business Insider
By Heather Leonard
There are presentations you have used for clients, articles you have sent to clients, information from your suppliers that is sitting on your computer, there are training videos that could be edited for YouTube, videos taken at conferences.
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Business Center and Serviced Office News, Tips and Articles ...
By Mike Sullivan
Symantec research shows that there are two very different types of organization: Innovators and Traditionals. Here's how to approach each one.
Business Center and Serviced...
'Undercover Boss': ADT Technician Receives Life-Changing Gift ...
By Dan Fastenberg
Jesus was told that he was training "James," a man who was supposedly appearing on a "second chances" reality show and was hoping to open his own security business. But James was actually Tony Wells, the chief marketing officer of ADT, ...
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Teenager: The Studies Are True, Kids Like Me ... - Business Insider
By Nicholas Carlson
Despite the results of any studies or articles saying otherwise, I can easily assert that the demand for iPhones from the teenage audience is in no way waning. In fact, more teens seem to ... Join the discussion with Business Insider Login With ...
Business Insider
Hawaii Business Magazine Story Misses The Big Issue On ...
By [email protected] (Malia Zimmerman)
The Hawaii Business article rehashes that territory and contains comments by Callies, Antolini, and Sierra Club Hawaii Chapter Director Robert Harris, as well as a mini-debate on whether the State Land Use Commission remains necessary.
Hawaii Reporter

Web2 new results for Business Articles
 
Undeserved Backlash Against Women in Business? - OPEN Forum
Have women really come a long way? Recent backlash aimed at Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg show a stall in progress.
www.openforum.com/articles/an-undeserved-backlash/
10 B-Schools Where Full-Time Students Have the Highest GMAT ...
Business schools with the highest GMAT average for full-time students are also seeing new trends in their data, primarily based on applicants who took the test ...
www.usnews.com/.../10-b-schools-where-full-time-students-ha...


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