Archive | July, 2013

Against All Odds — Launching A Retail Organic Foods Business – Forbes

Posted on 31 July 2013 by admin


Against All Odds -- Launching A Retail Organic Foods Business
Forbes
The dramatic rise in sales of organic foods and beverages from $1 billion in 1990 to $26 billion in 2013 has encouraged many aspiring entrepreneurs to start organic or natural foods businesses. The fact is it is relatively easy to start selling a ...

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Obama Urges Business Tax Rewrite to Help Spur New Jobs – Bloomberg

Posted on 30 July 2013 by admin


Bloomberg

Obama Urges Business Tax Rewrite to Help Spur New Jobs
Bloomberg
President Barack Obama, prodding Congress to consider fresh economic proposals after two years of gridlock, called for restructuring business taxes so long as the initial revenue generated goes toward job creation. In a speech today in Chattanooga, ...
How Does This Work, Obama To Cut Business Taxes By Increasing Business ...Forbes
Paul Ryan: Obama's 'grand bargain' for Big BusinessUSA TODAY
Business Community Not Sold on Obama Tax PlanU.S. News & World Report
Business Insider -Entrepreneur -Tire Business
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Data For Dummies, What Does Your Small Business Need? (Part 1) – Forbes

Posted on 30 July 2013 by admin


Data For Dummies, What Does Your Small Business Need? (Part 1)
Forbes
If you are a small business owner you are aware that data is being collected about you and data is available about your customers. In fact many small business owners don't realize that they are collecting data that has some real value. Generating ...

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Appeal of weekend train to Cape Cod is growing – Boston Globe

Posted on 30 July 2013 by admin


Boston Globe

Appeal of weekend train to Cape Cod is growing
Boston Globe
Elizabeth Wurfbain, executive director of the Hyannis Main Street Business Improvement District, said the train has introduced a new group of people to Hyannis — young bicycle enthusiasts. Bike racks in the first car of the train have hit capacity ...

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Hess selling energy marketing business for $1.03B – USA TODAY

Posted on 30 July 2013 by admin


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Hess selling energy marketing business for $1.03B
USA TODAY
NEW YORK (AP) — Hess is selling its energy marketing business to a subsidiary of Centrica PLC for approximately $1.03 billion. The sale is part of Hess' plan to focus on its exploration and production activities. The energy marketing business supplies ...
Hess to Sell Energy Marketing Business to Centrica UnitWall Street Journal
Hess Selling Energy Marketing BusinessMotley Fool
Direct Energy buys Hess Corp.'s Energy Marketing unitPittsburgh Business Times (blog)
Businessweek -Rigzone
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Pfizer Settles Marketing Case Dating to Wyeth Conduct – Fox Business

Posted on 30 July 2013 by admin


AFP

Pfizer Settles Marketing Case Dating to Wyeth Conduct
Fox Business
Pfizer earlier this year completed the spinoff of its own animal health business into a new company called Zoetis, only months after selling off its nutritional products business. It aims to return billions of dollars in proceeds to investors through ...
3 Potential Solutions for Pfizer's Generic Drug BusinessMotley Fool
Pfizer reports revenue decline and will reorganize business unitsPhilly.com

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Small business contracting numbers inflated by errors and exclusions, data show – Washington Post

Posted on 30 July 2013 by admin


Small business contracting numbers inflated by errors and exclusions, data show
Washington Post
The federal government is required by law to try to direct nearly a quarter of all contracting dollars to small businesses, and every year since 2005, officials have reported missing the goal by the slimmest of margins. Then again, it depends on who is ...

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No Business Is Too Small for Hackers – Fox Business

Posted on 30 July 2013 by admin


No Business Is Too Small for Hackers
Fox Business
Whether it's a state sponsored cyber war, a hactivist or your run of the mill hacker, small business owners have to be prepared if their computer resources go down. Most small businesses would survive a halt in operations for a short period of time ...

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GlaxoSmithKline admits some staff in China involved in bribery – The Guardian

Posted on 30 July 2013 by admin


GlaxoSmithKline admits some staff in China involved in bribery
The Guardian
The ChinaWhys website boasts: "Combining detective skills with our understanding of business operations and financial management, we assist multinationals to prevent, detect or investigate fraud, employee corruption or other white-collar crime to ...

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Serco: the company that is running Britain – The Guardian

Posted on 30 July 2013 by admin


The Guardian

Serco: the company that is running Britain
The Guardian
From prisons to rail franchises and even London's Boris bikes, Serco is a giant global corporation that has hoovered up outsourced government contracts. Now the NHS is firmly in its sights. But it stands accused of mismanagement, lying and even ...

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