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Trademarking New York, Invoicing Plagiarists, Data Storage for Spies: May 31
Businessweek
The New York State Department of Economic Development cried trademark infringement after a Manhattan coffee shop based its brand design around a play on the famous "I ♥ NY" logo, writes Andy Newman. [New York Times]. Eric Mack interviews attorney ...
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The attraction of what is temporary
Times of Malta
The electronic version of the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera recently published an article about 20 objects that are expected to disappear in 20 years' time. They will be replaced by products already available on the market, new products, new ...
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The Fresh Market: Great Business, Premium Price
Motley Fool
The Fresh Market: Great Business, Premium Price. By Michael Lewis | More Articles May 31, 2013 | Comments (0) ... That said, if this business ever goes on sale, I am backing up the truck. It's hard to believe that a grocery store could book investors ...
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Cheshire Bridge Zoning Bill Moves Ahead - No More Strip Clubs?
Patch.com
The Georgia Voice reported that the issue has pitted Alex Wan, the only openly gay council member and the sponsor of the legislation, against members of the gay community who favor keeping the businesses open. The Georgia Voice article said, ...
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Looking At The Value Of Discover Financial's Credit Cards Business
Trefis
Discover earns more than 80% of its revenues from credit cards with around 65% coming from interest earned on credit loans and another 15% from discount and interchange fees. In this article, we analyze the interest income part of Discover's business.
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Debunking the Myth of Netflix's "Unsustainable" Business Model
Motley Fool
Here's the keystone to the entire argument, quoted from an earlier Pendola article: See if you notice a pattern in this series of numbers: $194,499, $150,419, $175,207, $159,199, $508,053, $395,992, $402,251, $370,298, $290,291. Those numbers represent ...
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Sun-Times lays off all photographers
Chicago Tribune (blog)
Sun-Times Media photographers Matt Marton, from left, Steve Buyansky and Rob Hart pose for a photograph for a Crain's Chicago Business reporter after an interview at the Billy Goat Tavern on Lower Michigan Avenue in Chicago on Thursday. (John J. Kim ...
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Harvard Business School Application Goes Essay Optional
City Town Info Education Channel
Prospective b-school candidates will be excited to hear that applying to Harvard Business School just got a little easier. According to The Wall Street Journal, HBS announced that it is refining its application process. Applicants for the Fall 2014 ...
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KidBiz planned for June 22 in Town Commons
Niagara Frontier Publications
KidBiz, developed by the Small Business Development Center at Buffalo State College and Forever Elmwood, was launched in 1996. It was designed to ... in the center of town. Articles sold included old books, toys, crafts, baked goods, and a whole lot more.
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Entrepreneur designs 3D printing business with low costs in mind
ITBusiness.ca
@karimkanji. Published: May 31st, 2013 Post to Twitter Post to Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on LinkedIn Comment on this article Share with Google+. A number of articles have previously been written here on ITBusiness.ca about 3D printing. Today we ...
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ID Global Corporation Provides Corporate Progress
NASDAQ
The company also focused on updating years of outdated financials, also amended the bylaws and articles of incorporation to better suit today's business environment. As we approach mid-year 2013, the business model continues to pursue acquisitions, and ...
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Man hospitalized after leading police on chase, struggle at local business
The Star Democrat
CHESTER – A Queen Anne's County man is in a local hospital under 24-hour, armed guard after leading police on a chase, terrorizing a Kent Island business, trying to take a police officer's gun, resisting arrest and swallowing an unknown amount of drugs ...
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Yemen's first small business conference calls for change
Al-Shorfa
"Small businesses carry great importance in the economies of developing countries and account for about 90% of the total national income because they create jobs quickly and are labour intensive," Yemeni Business Development Association executive ...
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New Website, TheSuccessStoryPro.com, Aims to Enlighten Businesses
Watch List News (press release)
A new website, TheSuccessStoryPro.com, is helping businesses put some oomph into their marketing efforts. The website describes how success stories, in the form of case studies, white papers and industry articles, can more effectively influence ...
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Americans Flopped This Personal Finance Quiz. Can You Do Better?
Businessweek
Only 14 percent of Americans correctly answered all five questions in a survey of financial literacy that was released May 30. Keep reading to the bottom of this article to see if you can do better. The online survey of more than 25,000 adults found ...
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Conversion of Shares in NCC AB
Business Wire (press release)
... Sweden--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Regulatory News: In accordance with NCC's (STO:NCCA) (STO:NCCB) Articles of Association, owners of Series A shares are entitled to request that their shares be converted to Series B shares. As a result of such conversion, ...
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Moving From Marketing to Strategy
What They Think
I started my last article with two questions. ... The following table lists some of those old and new skills/capabilities that, in many cases, will be found in new business models of companies that transition away from the old to the emerging new. The ...
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A business amnesty: Mission impossible
RAPSI
The idea of an amnesty for thousands of Russian businesspeople who have been sentenced or are in prison under Criminal Code articles on economic crimes sounds utopian in today's Russia. It was proposed by business ombudsman Boris Titov – but ...
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Starbucks to ban smoking within 25 feet of cafes
Post-Bulletin
The policy shouldn't cause a big difference in many areas that already ban smoking within a certain distance of a business entrance. © 2013 The ... You're entitled to view 7 free articles every 30 days, and you currently have (%remaining%) remaining ...
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Gladwin County District Library News
Gladwin County Record
We want to thank all those who participated: the book donors, the buyers, the businesses who displayed our flyers: BookSaleFinder.com, The Record and Clarion, 1490 WMPX-AM/97.7/ WMRX-FM, 103.1 Country-FM, 92.1 Ilovethetwister-FM for carrying our ...
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Key Trends Impacting Groupon's Outlook
Trefis
... the business owner with the rest of the amount recognized as revenue. The company's stock has fallen substantially since its IPO but has seen some mild support in recent months. In this article, we'll look at important trends impacting Groupon ...
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Better Business: We are all customers
PCR-online.biz
Regular readers of my column will have no doubt picked up on the theme of my recent articles. I have focused on harnessing proven techniques on building up a strong reputation for customer service. There are many factors involved with achieving this, ...
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Maryland Agriculture Commission seeks nominations for members
The Star Democrat
The open positions represent bio fuels, direct farm marketing, vegetable, poultry, livestock, ag business, dairy, viticulture and forestry. .... You're entitled to view 10 articles for free every 30 days, and you currently have (%remaining%) remaining ...
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The Deal That Changed Wall Street Forever
Motley Fool
In 1986, I wrote a series of feature stories for Investors Business Daily about the five-year anniversary of American Express's (NYSE: AXP ) acquisition of Shearson Loeb Rhoades, then the second-largest brokerage firm in the United States. I believed ...
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Teenagers make the news at Guisborough's Prior Pursglove College
The Northern Echo
Pupils from Guisborough's Prior Pursglove College designed, wrote and edited 'ERA' which features articles on holiday destinations, fashion trends, local nightlife, music and festivals. The business-minded teenagers, who are studying for a National ...
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Why I'm Tendering My Shares Of Pfizer In Exchange For Zoetis
Seeking Alpha
Usually there's a wealth of informative articles on Seeking Alpha regarding these events. But in the case of the Pfizer-Zoetis ... Although I see more and more people with pets, I see this division to be more of a cyclical business. For example, when ...
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Inside Scoop: A candidate in the District 3 race
Greensboro News & Record (blog)
He's a consultant to specialty chemical makers and other manufacturers, and he owns a business called Waterra that distributes purified water dispensers that require customers to use a reusable water bottle. Matheny, meanwhile, says he "absolutely ...
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3 Risks Facing Target Stock
Motley Fool
By Steve Symington | More Articles May 31, 2013 ... Take Target (NYSE: TGT ) , for example, which has proven a tremendous investment in a solid long-term business, as the company has effectively managed many of its risks over the years. In fact, Target ...
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Digital Mike: Word up, spelling bee champ wannabees
Post-Bulletin
... Editor Mike Dougherty at [email protected] or follow him on Twitter @PBmikedougherty. Check out the column at PostBulletin.com for additional interesting links. Discuss; Print. Posted in Business/technology on Friday, May 31, 2013 6:45 am.
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Okla. Tornadoes Could Test Allstate Plan to Limit Costs of Replacing Old Roofs
PropertyCasualty360
... insurance in Oklahoma designed to limit the insurer's costs for replacing older roofs, and after the recent rash of tornadoes in the state, that new approach is about to get its first real test among consumers, according to articles in Crain's ...
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What Are the City's Expectations for HSBC Holdings?
Motley Fool
If you buy a stake in a business, it's the future profits that count -- and the stock market will value your shares based on future expectations. With that in mind, it can be helpful to ... Mark does not own any shares in this article. The Motley Fool ...
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Business lending slumps in April, mortgages rise
euronews
It has succeeded in lowering banks' finance costs and reducing the cost of mortgages since its launch in August, but its impact on business lending has been less visible to date, and last month the Bank tweaked its terms and conditions to increase ...
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Consumer products P&G bringing back its former CEO Procter & Gamble is replacing chief executive Bob McDonald with his predecessor, A.G. Lafley, as the ...
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