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CIBC sees 17% of earnings coming from U.S. biz by 2020 – Finance News

(Bloomberg) — Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce said it expects earnings contributions from its U.S. businesses to almost double to 17 percent in the next three years as the lender integrates its acquisition of Chicago-based PrivateBancorp Inc. “Our goal is to diversify outside of Canada,” Chief Executive Officer Victor Dodig said Wednesday at the firm’s investor day in Toronto. “With our investment in PrivateBank we have a significant opportunity to grow in the United States,” especially in business banking, he…

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From German Faucets to Italian Chocolate, Trade Barriers Are Rising Again in Europe

The world’s most ambitious free-trade area is colliding with a surge in economic nationalism. Unfettered trade is the law of the land across the 28-country European Union, and Emmanuel Macron won the French presidency in May on a campaign of more European unity, not less, proudly posing with the EU’s blue and gold flag. In July, though, Mr…. Source link

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RPA delivers Basic Payments to 63% of farmers

Friday 8 December 2017 11:37 © Nick Wright/REX/Shutterstock More than 54,000 farmers in England were paid their 2017 Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) money in the first week of the payment window. Official figures released by the Rural Payments Agency (RPA) on Friday (8 December) show 63% of eligible claimants received their BPS cash between 1 and 6 December. However, the RPA said the value of payments made so far is £850m, which the NFU estimates is about half the total…

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E.ON sticks with British business -CEO in WirtschaftsWoche – Finance News

FRANKFURT, Dec 14 (Reuters) – E.ON confirmed it has no plans to pull out of the British energy retail market, its chief executive was quoted as saying, a day after rival Innogy cut its operating profit outlook due to ongoing weakness there. “We are staying in the British retail business and want to grow there,” Johannes Teyssen told WirtschaftsWoche in an interview published on Thursday. “Particularly in markets like these you have to have a certain willingness to fight it…

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Qatar ExxonMobil Open 2018 promos launched

Qatar ExxonMobil Open 2018 promos launched  13 Dec 2017 – 11:03 Saleh Al Mana, Vice President and Director of Government and Public Affairs for ExxonMobil Qatar; Tareq Zeinal, Secretary General Assistant of Qatar Tennis Federation and Karim Alami, Tournament Director pose for a picture, after kick starting a series of promotional activities ahead of the Qatar ExxonMobil Open 2018, at Museum of Islamic Art (MIA) Park in Doha yesterday. ExxonMobil Qatar and its partner Qatar Tennis Federation (QTF) have kick-started…

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Flower lollipop can be planted once eaten

ga(‘send’, ‘event’, ‘Eco & Sustainability’, ‘article’, ‘article-industry-impression’, {nonInteraction: true});ga(‘send’, ‘event’, ‘Food & Beverage’, ‘article’, ‘article-industry-impression’, {nonInteraction: true}); We have already seen novel ways of using recyclable packaging, such as biodegradable six-pack rings made from wheat and barley, and food packaging that incorporates living plant roots so fruit and vegetables can continue ripening until they’re ready to eat. Now, an organic food company has developed a series of floral lollipops with seeds embedded in the sticks – ready to be planted…

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Rookie Brand Representation Mistakes on Instagram and How to Avoid Them

Instagram is a massive platform where you can’t help but feel overwhelmed; when marketing for your company, business or brand that feeling of overwhelm means the chance for making mistakes that could possibly damage your reputation. It is obvious that there are many methods available for marketing on Instagram, but one thing is for certain, you want to represent your brand positively. Here are a few ways you can represent your business positively on Instagram and avoid negative PR: #1.…

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Protecting Your CPC Budget from the $16 Billion Click Fraud EpidemicSmall Biz Daily

By Ryan Kh AdWords opened its doors in 2000. Pay-per-click advertising has been the most popular form of digital marketing ever since. It is easy to see the appeal – PPC traffic is highly targeted and advertisers don’t have to worry about banner blindness wrecking their ROI. Unfortunately, PPC Advertising still has risks of its own. The biggest concern is click fraud. What is click fraud? Many PPC networks broker traffic for third-party publishers. The networks charge a fee to…

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Listen up!

I was at the local Telstra Shop this week…one of three customers waiting patiently as five staff did ‘stuff’ behind the counter. To fill in the time I decided to send a tweet to Telstra to see if they were listening … They were … Now, I could be cynical and say that receiving this didn’t make my wait any shorter, so where’s the value. However, I reckon there’s a lesson here for us small business owners … Social media…

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3 ways to prepare your business for summer

Work flexibly With the evenings getting lighter and school holidays nearly upon us it’s important to show an understanding of employees’ commitments and provide a way of working that is practical and convenient for both them and the business. Mobile technology using cloud-based software such as Microsoft Office 365 will allow employees to have access to all of the relevant documents no matter where they are. Fast 4G mobile services are cheap and readily available and will ensure your employees…

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Get More Email Subscribers With Website Popup Forms

Website popup forms announce company news you may not care about, force auto-play video content on you, and prompt you to trade your email address for a content download. Love ‘em or hate ‘em, website popup forms are everywhere… and that’s because they work. Check out these stats from ecommerce platform Shopify and email marketing service Mailchimp. In one test by Shopify, email capture popups drove 1,375% more new subscriptions vs. a static opt-in form in the sidebar. In another…

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#189: 3 Wins (and a Few Misses) From My Live Events

#189: 3 Wins (and a Few Misses) From My Live Events Biggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss: This year I made a big decision to open up what is typically a B-School bonus event, and do two one-day live events for ALL of my students. There is something incredible about holding live events—the connections with your audience, the relationships you build, the amazing team building. […] The post #189: 3 Wins (and a Few Misses) From My Live Events…

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Doing Good Creates a Ripple Effect

Doing Good Creates a Ripple Effect Has anyone ever secretly picked up your lunch bill or paid for your coffee in the drive-through line? Think about how such a small, kind gesture makes you feel and the ripple effect it creates, as it often inspires you to pay it forward to others. That’s the amazing thing about “Doing Good”—the theme of this month’s issue of NAWBO ONE. Whether your action is small or large, and done by you personally or…

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The Ringtone Business

Each year marks growth in the mobile ringtone industry that has absolutely taken up the music business. Ringtone industry used to be passing craze but now it accounts to more than 10% of the global music market and has overtaken the CD business earlier than what it was expected. No one would have ever thought that monophonic ringtones of the 90's will turn into million dollar business toill the beginning of 20's. Music business is not able to ignore the…

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SJ7 Star action camera hands-on: A high-quality GoPro clone with great features Review

The SJ7 Star action camera is a Chinese-manufactured GoPro clone, built to really high standards. It has metal body and a 2-inch touch screen. It’s smaller than the DBPower 4K camera and the same size as the Mgcool Explorer 1S. Even though it only weighs 74g, it feels solid and well built. The $159 camera has a 166-degree HD wide field of view. Its CMOS image sensor is Sony IMX 117, with a resolution from VGA 640 x 480 pixels…

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