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Plan or Act? The Journey, Season 2, Episode 3 : Social Media Examiner

Plan or Act? The Journey, Season 2, Episode 3 : Social Media Examiner Have you ever put off launching a project because you don’t have all your I’s dotted and all your T’s crossed? Then watch the Journey, Social Media Examiner’s episodic video documentary that shows you what really happens inside a growing business. Watch the Journey In episode 3, Michael Stelzner challenges his marketing team to launch early. His team is facing possible burn out. On another front, a…

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Female Leader, Kyelie Baxter, Owner IQ Accountants

Female Leader, Kyelie Baxter, Owner IQ Accountants Kyelie Baxter Owner and Principal Accountant IQ Accountants has embraced technology her accounting practice to the point that she’s ordering paper for the first time since 2016. Being a paperless practice has opened up a myriad of opportunity. As well as serving face to face clients from her Burleigh Heads office, Kyelie has customers who live remotely, interstate and overseas. Her fully technology enabled work processes also mean that one of her team…

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Wreck-It-Ralph 2 Release Date, Cast, Trailers & News

Wreck-It-Ralph is coming back to the big screen and this time he’s pulling a Kardashian and making his way onto the World Wide Web in Ralph Breaks the Internet – the official title of the upcoming sequel (though why it isn’t Ralph Wrecks the Internet we’ll never know…). Here’s everything we know about the film so far. When is Wreck-It-Ralph 2 coming out? Ralph is breaking the internet very soon, with the animated sequel hitting cinemas in the US from 21…

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Wreck-It-Ralph 2 Release Date, Cast, Trailers & News

Wreck-It-Ralph is coming back to the big screen and this time he’s pulling a Kardashian and making his way onto the World Wide Web in Ralph Breaks the Internet – the official title of the upcoming sequel (though why it isn’t Ralph Wrecks the Internet we’ll never know…). Here’s everything we know about the film so far. When is Wreck-It-Ralph 2 coming out? Ralph is breaking the internet very soon, with the animated sequel hitting cinemas in the US from 21…

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Wreck-It-Ralph 2 Release Date, Cast, Trailers & News

Wreck-It-Ralph is coming back to the big screen and this time he’s pulling a Kardashian and making his way onto the World Wide Web in Ralph Breaks the Internet – the official title of the upcoming sequel (though why it isn’t Ralph Wrecks the Internet we’ll never know…). Here’s everything we know about the film so far. When is Wreck-It-Ralph 2 coming out? Ralph is breaking the internet very soon, with the animated sequel hitting cinemas in the US from 21…

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iPhone XR vs Samsung Galaxy S9 Comparison

Among the new line-up of Apple smartphones unveiled recently was a lower cost alternative to the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. Featuring many of the same components, the iPhone XR is around the same price as Samsung’s excellent Galaxy S9. We compare the two to see what £750 buys you these days. Price and availability The new iPhone XR was made available to pre-order from Apple on 19 October, with a release date of 26 October. There selection of…

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Replace your slow hard drive with these $25 SSDs

Budget SSD maker Adata won’t be found among our selections for the top SSDs of 2018. But if you haven’t ditched your pokey hard drive yet, the ludicrously low prices of Adata’s 2.5-inch Ultimate SU655 SSDs on Amazon make them pretty irresistible. To start, the 120GB version of the drive costs just $25. We’re in pizza pricing territory here folks. True, this low capacity drive has been dropping in price for weeks, but it’s the lowest we’ve seen it go.…

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Carige’s top investor secures majority of new board

GENOA, Italy (Reuters) – Carige’s top investor (CRGI.MI) secured a majority of seats on the beleaguered Italian bank’s new board on Thursday, after falling out with a third chief executive in three years and pushing for a shake-up. A man rides a bicycle past a Carige bank in Rome, Italy September 20, 2018. REUTERS/Max Rossi A boardroom fight that erupted over the summer has thrust Italy’s last remaining large problem bank back into the spotlight, after it struggled to raise…

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Chaswood Resources appoints new independent director , Companies & Markets

Thu, Sep 20, 2018 – 11:11 PM CHASWOOD Resources Holdings has appointed Er Kwong Wah as an independent director following the retirement of Christopher John Mcauliffe. Mr Er has also been nominated chairman of the nominating committee and a member of the audit and remuneration committees. Mr Er was executive director of the East Asia Institute of Management from February 2001 to December 2016. He is currently an independent director of China Sky Chemical Fiber Co, which has been placed under judicial…

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Three Boston hospitals fined nearly $1 million for HIPAA violations from TV filming

Three major Boston hospitals paid HHS nearly $1 million for violating patients’ HIPAA rights during the filming of a TV documentary series. HHS on Thursday announced three separate settlements with Boston Medical Center, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital “for compromising the privacy of patients’ protected health information” as film crews shot ABC’s “Boston Med” documentary series. In 2016, New York-Presbyterian Hospital had to pay a settlement for similar violations incurred when ABC filmed “NY Med.” Boston Medical…

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EU ambushes May over Brexit plan

Theresa May was ambushed by EU leaders at a summit on Thursday, as they warned that her economic plan for Brexit “will not work” and gave her four weeks to save the exit talks. The UK prime minister’s allies had hoped the EU would use an informal summit in Salzburg to offer words of encouragement about her compromise Chequers Brexit plan, to help her fend off her Conservative Eurosceptic critics at home. Instead Donald Tusk, European Council president, threw out…

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Those who caused the financial crisis still haven’t been held to account | Letter | Business

Alex Bailin’s article (Gordon Brown is wrong to say British banking is still a free-for-all, 16 September) is extraordinarily complacent. The fact is that the UK’s record on prosecuting the wrongdoing behind the financial crisis is extremely poor, with no senior executives charged (only lower-level employees) and no bank successfully prosecuted. Just in May this year, a judge dismissed charges in the only prosecution ever brought against a bank for financial-crisis wrongdoing. The arcane corporate liability rules in this country…

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Half of All Cell Phone Calls Will Be Spam Next Year, Security Firm Says

Nearly half of all cell phone calls made next year will be spam calls, according to a tech firm. First Orion, which provides caller ID and call blocking services, found that mobile scam calls had increased from 3.7% in 2017 to 29.2% in 2018 — and it’s only growing. The projected number of fraudulent cell phone calls is for 2019 44.6%, the company said in a statement. The rising number of spam calls has attracted attention from lawmakers and the…

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Dow, S&P 500 trade at records as stock market rallies broadly

U.S. stocks rallied Thursday, with both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 climbing to records, following strong economic data, which helped alleviate concerns over escalating U.S.-China trade tensions. Where are the major benchmarks trading? The Dow DJIA, +1.02% gained 249 points, or 1%, to 26,656, hitting an all-time high for…

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Equifax Slapped With UK’s Maximum Penalty Over 2017 Data Breach

Credit rating giant Equifax has been issued with the maximum possible penalty by the UK’s data protection agency for last year’s massive data breach. From a report: Albeit, the fine is only 500,000 Pound (roughly $6,62,000) because the loss of customer data occurred when the UK’s prior privacy regime was in force — rather than the tough new data protection law, brought in via the EU’s GDPR, which allows for maximum penalties of as much as 4% of a company’s…

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Peter Andre announces headline Wembley show and modelling contract as Katie faces bankruptcy

As the strain on Katie Price’s increasingly challenging life continues to show, her ex Peter Andre can’t seem to do much wrong. The singer has not only bagged himself a lucrative sponsorship deal with trendy Italian designer Gianni Salvatore. But the 45-year-old has announced he will be headlining Wembley Arena for the first time in 21 years next month – securing himself a bumper pay day in the process. While Katie lurches from one crisis to another as her financial…

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