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Move Beyond Business Intelligence

Business Intelligence (BI) is not just about providing a means to present business information; it is an enabler that improves the power of individuals to make knowledgeable decisions. In order to unleash this power, BI needs to move beyond data and reporting, and become more integrated into the processes that actually run the business. BI should be extended to focus on individual needs, providing simple and proactive tools that can be called upon at any time and used to enhance…

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Iran anti-money laundering law faces challenge as deadline looms

DUBAI (Reuters) – A top Iranian constitutional body has demanded changes to anti-money laundering measures passed by parliament, state-run media said on Saturday, as Tehran nears a deadline to pass legislation to help it attract investment while facing U.S sanctions. Iran has been trying to implement standards set by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), an inter-governmental organization which underpins regimes combating money laundering and terrorist financing. It hopes it will be removed from a blacklist that makes some foreign…

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‘Medicare for all’ proves to be tricky issue for Democrats

“Medicare for all,” the concept of expanding Medicare into a single payer for seniors and non-seniors alike, has divided the House Democratic caucus ahead of November’s midterm elections. Single-payer advocates continue to push the idea, but Democratic strategists hope the issue remains fringe at best, making it fodder for debate in the primaries but unlikely to define Congress’ healthcare platform for 2020. An April poll on the subject found a slim majority—51% of the public—favors a single-payer system, according to…

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Second-hand car dealer bets on machine learning to expand

Superior knowledge is the holy grail of the used-car market — an industry still beholden to salesmen and auction houses, where buyers fear “lemons” — and it is this that Hakan Koc, co-founder and co-chief executive of SoftBank-backed Auto1, thinks he has in abundance. The start-up has 35,000 cars on its balance sheet and its new credit business, Auto1 Fintech, that it established with Deutsche Bank and Allianz earlier this year, is set to expand from Germany to France and…

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Former UN secretary-general Annan dies, aged 80

Kofi Annan, the first black African to become UN secretary-general, has died aged 80. Annan, who was the UN’s top diplomat from 1997 to 2006, died in his sleep in Geneva, his home for many years, after what was described by the foundation named after him as a brief illness. He was at the helm of the UN during the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the US, and the subsequent invasion of Iraq by a US-led coalition, which came despite his…

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US threatens more action against Turkey unless pastor freed

Image copyright Getty Images The US has threatened to impose more economic sanctions on Turkey if it does not free a detained American pastor. Andrew Brunson has been held in Turkey for nearly two years over alleged links to outlawed political groups. The dispute over his release has seen the two Nato allies impose tariffs on one another’s goods. This has worsened a crisis for Turkey’s currency, the lira, which has lost about a third of its value against the…

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Black Box Corporation Announces Definitive Agreement for the Sale of Its Federal Government IT Services Business – Business News Today

Black Box Corporation Announces Definitive Agreement for the Sale of Its Federal Government IT Services Business – Business News Today – EIN News Trusted News Since 1995 A service for global professionals · Saturday, August 18, 2018 · 459,089,446 Articles · 3+ Million Readers News Monitoring and Press Release Distribution Tools Press Releases Events & Conferences Source link

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How to Make Money Online and Start an Internet Marketing Business

So you have heard that starting an online business is an easy and quick way to making money. Well, I'm afraid to tell you that it is not a quick and easy way to make money. I do not know anyone that magically started making money online overnight with no work. Stop worrying about making money online. Stop looking for the magic push button system that magically makes you rich overnight. I'm afraid to tell you that they simply do…

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India’s Infosys says CFO Ranganath resigns

MUMBAI, Aug 18 (Reuters) – Infosys Ltd on Saturday said its board had accepted the resignation of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) M.D. Ranganath. He had been appointed as the CFO of India’s second-biggest software services exporter in 2015. Ranganath, popularly called Ranga, will continue in his current position as chief financial officer till November 16, 2018, Infosys said in a stock exchange filing, without giving a reason for the resignation. The company’s board will immediately commence the search for the…

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Vopak embarks on expansion and cost-cutting plan, Companies & Markets

Sat, Aug 18, 2018 – 5:50 AM Amsterdam DUTCH oil and chemical storage company Vopak said on Friday that it would expand chemical and bunker-fuel terminals in Antwerp, Rotterdam, Singapore and Indonesia, and consider selling four European petroleum terminals in light of competition in fuel markets leading to a stronger-than-expected drop in its Q2 profit. Vopak’s earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation fell 5 per cent in the April-June period to 180.7 million euros (S$282.9 million). Vopak said it…

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‘I regret spending a lot on takeaways’ – students on their money | Money

Alainah Beglane, 19, University of Southampton Alainah Beglane “I was given enough to cover my rent but I think it was a bit short in terms of wanting to be able to spend my money leisurely, but, I was fortunate enough to get a bursary from my university which covered me pretty well. “I think I am a good budgeter in some ways. I am able to make my money last, but I know I do spend more of my…

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Boom in taste for octopus squeezes market | Business

  Whether it’s spiced in the Spanish style or sliced as Japanese sashimi, octopus as a dish is becoming a victim of its own popularity. Prices for the tentacled mollusc have about doubled in the past two years because of a global boom in appetite for these classic dishes. And supplies have tightened, with fisheries not yet able to farm octopus and relying on ocean currents to yield a good harvest. This year has been hard, with lower catches in…

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U.S., China Plot Road Map to Resolve Trade Dispute by November

Chinese and U.S. negotiators are mapping out talks to try to end their trade standoff ahead of planned meetings between President Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping at multilateral summits in November, said officials in both nations. The planning represents an effort on both sides to keep a deepening trade dispute—which already has involved tariffs on billions of dollars of goods and could target hundreds of billions of dollars more—from torpedoing the U.S.-China relationship and shaking global markets. … Source…

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Mehmet Dalman reveals two key factors behind Cardiff City’s transfer business ahead of Newcastle United clash

Cardiff City chairman Mehmet Dalman has revealed Neil Warnock was “not compromising” when it came to identifying his transfer targets in the summer. The Bluebirds recruited no fewer than six players ahead of their return to the Premier League. Bobby Reid, Alex Smithies, Greg Cunningham and Josh Murphy were all brought in early on in the window and added Victor Camarasa and Harry Arter on loan deals on transfer deadline day. And writing in his programme notes ahead of the…

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Signs Your Business Is Doing Good

You may not know it, but most businesses flourish without even the proprietors knowing it. Starting an entry-level business is like raising a child: it takes a lot of environmental stimulus and nurture to keep it on the right track. You're making a profit … using low overhead and virtually zero business loans Employing a lot of people does not necessarily mean that they'll all contribute to the success of a business. For one, you yourself can take up three…

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