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8 Creative Ways To Add Christmas Spirit To Your Social Media

8 Creative Ways To Add Christmas Spirit To Your Social Media Holiday shopping is no longer a marathon – it’s something that happens in moments. Instead of visiting different shopping malls and looking for the best offers, shoppers are turning to their mobile phones in hundreds of micro-moments that are happening every day during the holiday season. In 2014 around 90% of holiday sales took place in stores, but 56% were influenced by mobile. According to Crowdtap around 64% of…

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The Top 5 Entrepreneurial Collaboration Tools

The Top 5 Entrepreneurial Collaboration Tools Before the coming of the Internet Era—if someone even remembers such a time—, mothers would complain more and more often about not being able to spend enough time with their families and raise their kids; as a single income wouldn’t do it anymore. Then, in the blink of an eye, everything changed: suddenly, one could work from home. There were digital nomads, four-hour workweeks, and Internet entrepreneurs. There was even a bubble that burst.…

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Home Business Success Strategies For College Students

As a college student you may have thought about starting your own home business on a part time basis in order to bring in some extra money because let's face it, the only jobs available to college students offer minimum wage or just above and are not really worth your time. However, you have not already started a home business, why? Chances are you either have never found the right opportunity for you, or for one reason or another you…

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Philips PUS6703 (6-Series) 4K HDR TV hands on review

If you’re looking for the intersection of value and performance, the 6000 series – led by the Philips 6703 – is going to be Philips Europe’s entry-level 4K TV range for 2018. As usual with Philips, there will actually be a number of different ranges within the 6000 series bracket (in this case the 6503 and 6703), mostly differentiated from each other by design. We’ll cover the 6503 at some point down the road, but the range we’ve picked out…

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HTC Vive accessories: add-ons and devices to get the most out of your VR headset

The HTC Vive is the best virtual reality headset on the market, bar none. Though it’s pricier than rival Oculus Rift, HTC Vive offers an unmatched immersive VR experience. Pair it with the best VR games, and you’re ready to roll.  But can the HTC Vive experience get even better? The short answer is: absolutely. You see, you can enhance your HTC Vive app and game play with some truly neat accessories that aren’t included in the box. HTC and…

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How These 3 Entrepreneurs Bootstrapped Their Million-Dollar Companies

Many of us back the underdog, be it in the movies or sports, and possibly the business world, as well. Indeed, there are few better “rags-to riches” stories in business than those startups which rise to the top purely on the strength of their founders’ vision and mettle. Related: 5 Things You Need to Do When Bootstrapping Your Startup If those founders can’t raise the money they need from venture capitalists, many are still not going to be thwarted. Instead,…

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Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange hacked, losing $530 million: NHK

TOKYO (Reuters) – Coincheck, a major cryptocurrency trading exchange in Tokyo, has been hacked into and has lost about 58 billion yen ($534 million) worth of virtual money, national broadcaster NHK reported on Friday. Coincheck posted on its website on Friday afternoon that it had suspended withdrawals of almost all cryptocurrencies. The exchange has already reported the incident to the police and to Japan’s Financial Services Agency, NHK said. In 2014, Tokyo-based Mt. Gox, which once handled 80 percent of…

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CORRECTING and REPLACING Park Hotels & Resorts Inc. Announces Tax Treatment of 2017 Dividends

MCLEAN, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Third paragraph, the second percentage figure in parentheses should read: 59.4115% (instead of 0.594115%). The corrected release reads: PARK HOTELS & RESORTS INC. ANNOUNCES TAX TREATMENT OF 2017 DIVIDENDS Park Hotels & Resorts Inc. (NYSE: PK) (the “Company”) today announced the tax reporting information for its 2017 cash and stock distributions on its Common Stock. The distributions, totaling $4.63 per share, were paid as follows: $2.79 on March 9, 2017; $0.43 on April 17, 2017; $0.43 on July…

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How microcredit can help poor countries after natural disasters

Small pots of liquidity BOTH, in different ways, worry about liquidity. And global warming may, indeed, be bringing meteorologists and financiers together. On January 18th, VisionFund, a microlending charity, and Global Parametrics, a venture that crunches climate and seismic data, launched what they billed as the “world’s largest non-governmental climate-insurance programme”. The scheme will offer microfinance to about 4m people across six countries in Asia and Africa affected by climate-change-related calamities. Natural disasters are becoming more frequent and severe. They…

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BNP Paribas pleads guilty in US to currency rigging, fined US$90m, Banking & Finance

Sat, Jan 27, 2018 – 7:21 AM [NEW YORK] A unit of BNP Paribas agreed to plead guilty and pay a US$90 million criminal fine in the United States for conspiring to rig foreign currency markets, the US Department of Justice said on Friday. BNP Paribas USA admitted to having conspired to fix prices for Central and Eastern European, Middle Eastern and African currencies from September 2011 to July 2013, violating US antitrust law. The Justice Department said the conspiracy…

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New York’s Guggenheim Museum offers gold toilet to Donald Trump

New York’s Guggenheim Museum offered to lend an 18-karat gold toilet to President Donald Trump after the White House asked to borrow a painting by Vincent Van Gogh, the Washington Post reported on Thursday. The museum’s chief curator offered to loan the toilet, which had been used by tens of thousands of visitors, in a Sept. 15 email to a Trump administration official, the newspaper reported. A Guggenheim spokeswoman declined immediate comment on the Washington Post report and…

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Wednesday saw the Pound rise to the highest it has been since the 2016 Brexit referendum, a rally that was fuelled by sentiment than a dataset

Wednesday saw sterling stage a surge against the Dollar that was less of a bull run than an all out charge. The Pound began the day at the psychologically important $1.40 mark and then proceeded to smash past $1.42, easily its highest level since the 2016 Brexit referendum. True, the UK posted some strong jobs figures, but the Pound’s rally was fuelled more by sentiment rather than any specific dataset. Sentiment lies at the heart of the Brexit effect on…

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Rolando Aarons made available for loan – but Aleksandar Mitrovic must wait to learn his NUFC future

Newcastle United have made Rolando Aarons available for loan – but Magpies manager Rafa Benitez will not sell any of his first-team players to Premier League rivals. With Kenedy having joined the Magpies on a half-season loan deal on Tuesday, Benitez now feels he has enough depth in wide positions to allow Aarons to head out and gain experience. EFL clubs are already believed to have enquired about the 22-year-old winger’s availability, and it is likely he will head out…

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Court greenlights CHS lawsuit against former Fort Wayne exec

A Tennessee judge ruled Friday that a lawsuit brought by investor-owned hospital system Community Health Systems and its subsidiary Lutheran Health Network against Lutheran’s former CEO of its Indiana hospitals could proceed. In November, Franklin, Tenn.-based CHS and Fort Wayne, Ind.-based Lutheran Health Network sued former CEO Brian Bauer for breaching his contract by disparaging the hospital system, sharing confidential information to harm the system, and ultimately luring Lutheran competitor IU Health to the Fort Wayne area. Bauer had filed…

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Is it OK to feed your pet raw meat? The real risks of a ‘traditional’ dog diet

Is it safe to feed your dog raw meat? jeztimms/Unsplash Just as many people are trying to eat less processed food to improve their health, some dog owners are turning away from conventional pet food. Instead they are trying to return to what they see as a more traditional “butcher’s dog” diet of raw meat, albeit with pre-prepared products that can be served easily and frozen for convenience. A recent study has raised concerns about the health risks of these…

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