Corporate Europe is giddy with optimism

Corporate Europe is giddy with optimism

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Corporate Europe is giddy with optimism
IT IS remarkable what a difference a single election can make. “The way Europe is regarded by the rest of the world has changed in a few months,” says Gérard Mestrallet, chairman of both Engie and SUEZ, two big French energy firms, and a board member at Siemens of Germany, the region’s biggest engineering firm. […]
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Business Productivity: 3 Reasons To Avoid Micromanaging

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Business Productivity: 3 Reasons To Avoid Micromanaging
Take a look at why management style matters and reasons to avoid micromanaging your small business employees. Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Buffer WhatsApp
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General Motors is getting smaller but more profitable

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General Motors is getting smaller but more profitable
THE headquarters of General Motors (GM) tower over the other skyscrapers in Detroit’s city centre, a reminder that the carmaker still rules the American market. Yet GM’s domestic might increasingly contrasts with its position elsewhere in the world. Although most other carmakers see becoming ever bigger everywhere as the answer to the industry’s multiple challenges, […]
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Essential Tips For Money Management In Small Business

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Essential Tips For Money Management In Small Business
Ngtrend Network is the leading portal for investment and business guide ensuring growth and ful performace Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Buffer WhatsApp
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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Utilizes Global Contacts, Expertise to Break Into Blooming Cannabis Industry

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Utilizes Global Contacts, Expertise to Break Into Blooming Cannabis Industry
CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII) is a company based in the United States that is engaged in sourcing industrial commodities and providing business and management corporate consulting Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Buffer WhatsApp
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Cisco adapts to the rise of cloud computing

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Cisco adapts to the rise of cloud computing
WHEN John Chambers ran Cisco, the world’s biggest maker of networking gear, his hyperactivity nearly matched that of the high-speed switches and routers that made the firm’s fortune. He pushed Cisco into dozens of new businesses, from set-top boxes to virtual health care. He travelled the world preaching the virtues of connectivity. In interviews it […]
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Easily Solve Project Management Disasters with Trello – Small Business Social Media Manager

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Easily Solve Project Management Disasters with Trello – Small Business Social Media Manager
Trello is a great way to Solve Project Management Disasters. Been using it for over a year and it’s working really well for us! Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Buffer WhatsApp
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FEMA Van Buren Center to Help Missouri Flood Survivors

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FEMA Van Buren Center to Help Missouri Flood Survivors
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Why the falling oil price isn’t hurting markets

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Why the falling oil price isn’t hurting markets
INVESTORS could easily get confused about the impact of oil-price rises on the economy and markets. The story seemed to be clear: high prices bad, low prices good. The two great oil shocks in the 1970s were unambiguously bad for Western economies—ushering in stagflation and transferring spending power to the oil-producing countries. In turn, low […]
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How artificial intelligence is revolutionizing customer management

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How artificial intelligence is revolutionizing customer management
A few years back, cloud computing transformed customer management, giving every small and medium business access to unified data and communication platforms without the need to make Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Buffer WhatsApp
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7 Crisis Management Secrets for Your Small Business from a Two Star General

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7 Crisis Management Secrets for Your Small Business from a Two Star General
There are similarities between the techniques you need to run a successful small business and being a military leader. Both require discipline and an unwavering commitment. Small Business Trends sp… Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Buffer WhatsApp
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Google Posts for small businesses moves to Google My Business

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Google Posts for small businesses moves to Google My Business
Google has moved the management location of Google Posts and the company hopes to expand Posts to more businesses and organizations. Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Buffer WhatsApp
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Leadership secrets from Lego

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Leadership secrets from Lego
Jorgen Vig Knudstorp has been Lego’s “master builder” of the company’s turnaround since 2004. At the time, Lego was losing $1 million a day. Now it’s the world’s most profitable toy company. Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Buffer WhatsApp
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“Basic economy” class is winning over flyers

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“Basic economy” class is winning over flyers
GULLIVER wrote last week about American Airlines handing indignant flyers a notable victory. The carrier rescinded a plan to take away an inch of legroom from economy-class seats on new planes, following a public outcry. Such concessions are rare. Airlines generally worry about how customers vote with their wallets not how they grumble with their […]
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American energy firms are enjoying a bonanza south of the border

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American energy firms are enjoying a bonanza south of the border
Supply chain in action A CHEMICAL engineer at Pemex, Mexico’s state-owned oil company, opens a tap atop a maritime platform in this offshore oilfield in the southern part of the Gulf of Mexico. She decants a jar of heavy Mexican crude that comes, hot to the touch, from 3,500 metres below the seabed. It looks […]
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Take Your Business to the Next Level with Marketing Automation Software

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Take Your Business to the Next Level with Marketing Automation Software
Marketing your small business, whether online or off, is a time intensive process. As your business grows, managing lead capture, nurturing, converting and relationship management become too big to… Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Buffer WhatsApp
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Complaints against America’s airlines are rising

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Complaints against America’s airlines are rising
LAST year, Bob Fornaro, the boss of Spirit Airlines, talked of the effort his firm had made to reduce the number of customer complaints. The ultra-low-cost carrier, dubbed the most hated airline in America by Bloomberg, had long been ranked as a primary purveyor of passenger pain, regularly propping up lists that rate airline service. […]
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German deep discounters go big in America

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German deep discounters go big in America
Rummage sale AMERICA’S economy is enjoying its third-longest period of uninterrupted expansion since the 1850s. So it is at first glance puzzling that Lidl, a German deep-discount chain whose sales soar when times are hard, is entering the market now. On June 15th Lidl opened nine stores in Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Up […]
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The globalisation counter-reaction

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The globalisation counter-reaction
WHEN the Archduke Franz Ferdinand (pictured right) was assassinated in 1914, there were few initial indications that world war would follow. In retrospect, many people have argued that the killing was a freak event that should not have resulted in the folly of war. But was the subsequent war really an exogenous event? Or was […]
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A new paper rekindles a tiresome debate on immigration and wages

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A new paper rekindles a tiresome debate on immigration and wages
WHAT effect do immigrants have on native wages? It’s perhaps one of the most important questions of labour economics. It’s also one that is largely unanswerable. The problem is that it’s almost impossible to separate cause and effect. If a country with high rates of immigration also sees strong wage growth, we can’t assume that […]
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The battle for territory in digital cartography

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The battle for territory in digital cartography
IN THE 1940s Jorge Luis Borges, an Argentine writer, wrote a short story about mapping. It imagines an empire which surveys itself in such exhaustive detail that when unfolded, the perfectly complete 1:1 paper map covers the entire kingdom. Because it is unwieldy and thus largely useless, subsequent generations allow it to decay into tatters. […]
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Top 50 Customer Service Blogs & Websites for Businesses

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Top 50 Customer Service Blogs & Websites for Businesses
Customer Service Blogs Best List. Keep up with Customer Service Management, customer relationship blog, Customer Service for small business,customer support blog, customer service training, Keep up Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Buffer WhatsApp
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Britain’s vote catches out the markets—again

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Britain’s vote catches out the markets—again
SO AN election that was called to give Theresa May a mandate to negotiate Brexit looks like it has done anything but. The exit poll suggested that the Conservatives would have the most seats, but short of a majority with 314. Add in the Ulster Unionists and allow for the fact that Sinn Fein MPs […]
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Markets struggle to make sense of Britain’s election chaos

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Markets struggle to make sense of Britain’s election chaos
THERESA MAY decided to call a snap election on a walking holiday in Wales. History will regard it as the most disastrous ramble since Captain Oates wandered out of the Antarctic tent in 1912. Having failed to anticipate the result, investors (like everybody else) are struggling to understand what will happen next.  It looks as […]
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Political ostracism means more woe for Qatar Airways

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Political ostracism means more woe for Qatar Airways
AFTER years of ascension, the three Gulf superconnectors, Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways, have recently suffered a bad spell. The low price of oil—usually a boon for airlines—has reduced spending power in oil-rich states, which has dampened demand for flights from the region. Terrorist attacks throughout the Middle East, too, have proved a deterrent. Then […]
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Businesses still do not have a cyber security plan

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Businesses still do not have a cyber security plan
Nearly half (45 per cent) of small businesses don’t have a cyber security plan for their business according to research by Smith & Williamson, the accountancy, investment management and tax group. Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Buffer WhatsApp
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The super-rich are different: they pay less tax

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The super-rich are different: they pay less tax
OF LIFE’s two certainties, death cannot be dodged even by the well-to-do. Taxes are another matter. Quantifying quite how much they manage to keep from the taxman, however, has always been tricky. One common approach governments take is to conduct randomised audits of tax returns. This methodology can give regulators a rough sense of overall […]
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