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How to Intervene When Two Employees Can’t Get Along

You want your employees to feel comfortable and have fun at work, but the workplace shouldn’t feel like a high school. It’s vital for your employees to be respectful, cordial, and professional with each other in order to work together effectively. And if they’re fighting like two teens over a prom date, guess who’s the real loser? That’s right, it’s your business. So, how can you intervene appropriately when two employees aren’t getting along? Letting employees handle their issues on…

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Managing Gas as a Business Utility: What You Need to Know

Oftentimes, owners of small businesses tend to let the utilities needed to run a business get the better of them. They simply look for the lowest rates and go with it, not even bothering to look through the contract for any possible fees that they could incur. This is understandable as there are often so many things they have to worry about that they allow a few details to slip through the cracks. However, this also has the most potential…

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3 Ways Blockchain Is Disrupting the Digital Marketing Space

3 Ways Blockchain Is Disrupting the Digital Marketing Space Admit it… Fake is the new currency of the web. Fake views. Fake likes. Fake listens. Fake traffic. Fake followers. Seriously! The fake factor has kidnapped the online world to the point that it has nearly paralyzed the digital ad world. In fact, according to Juniper research, ad fraud costs $51 million per day. And it’s the fraudulent advertising agencies that are partially to be blamed as they are ones who…

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Make Money Online – Starting Your Internet Business

Making money online by starting your own internet business is a big draw with economic conditions the way they are, many are trying to make extra or replace their income. Although the need and want are there, knowing where to start and what to market, gets many beginners very confused. Having a plan will help the confusion. Time management is where many go wrong, they may have a regular job, or family to deal with and feel they just do…

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How to transfer from old iPhone to new iPhone: Move photos, contacts & data

One of our favourite things about getting a new iPhone is that it’s really easy to set it up to be exactly the same as our old iPhone. When you have finished working through this tutorial your new iPhone will look exactly the same as your old iPhone: with the same wallpaper; Apps ordered in the same way, and stored in the same folders; photos will appear in your Photos app; your email will automatically be set up; old text…

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An Apple store employee told me I was charging my iPhone wrong

Video: Uh-oh: Your iPhone’s battery doesn’t get a break with wireless charging It haunts me every day. I’ve not been able to talk about it with friends, though my wife noticed and began to ask if I had, you know, problems. I can only speak publicly about it now because of two convergent snippets of rumor. The first says that Apple’s AirPower charger might arrive in September. (Or, you know, some time soonish.) Read also: Counting down Apple’s Lightning connector…

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Iraq plans manual election recount only for suspect ballots

BAGHDAD (Reuters) – Iraq will conduct a manual recount of votes from a May election only for ballots mentioned in official reports on fraud or in formal complaints, potentially speeding up the ratification of final results and the formation of a new government. A May parliamentary election has been marred by historically low turnout and fraud allegations. The outgoing parliament this month passed a law mandating a nationwide manual recount of votes, but the panel of judges now in charge…

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FootPrintKu Introduces New Cloud-Based Design Services That Accelerate Time to Market and Increase Library Control

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today at the Design Automation Conference (DAC 2018), FootPrintKu, a subsidiary of PalPilot International, announced the first ever cloud-based SaaS platform that allows design teams to launch products faster and easier by utilizing their automation intelligence (AI) software engine. In addition, FootPrintKu is introducing two new products, FPK Studio and FPK Vault. Together they eliminate all the inefficiencies of manually creating, checking and managing component libraries and significantly enhance the design engineering infrastructure. > See The Video (https://youtu.be/GcvmBqqk3HQ)…

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Burst pipe on Walker street sends 20ft jet of water into the air

This is the moment a burst pipe sent water shooting into the air on a Newcastle street. Neighbours gathered around to see the water blasting around 20ft into the air on Greencroft Avenue in Walker on Sunday afternoon. With temperatures peaking at around 23C however, some children took advantage of the water burst to cool down. Nikki Miller captured the height of the burst and said “Kids having a blast!” Read More The cause of the burst is set to…

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Uber begins legal bid to regain London licence

Aliya Ram in London June 24, 2018 Print this page Uber will defend its right to operate in London on Monday, in the latest court case surrounding the ride-hailing app’s culture and conduct under its founder, Travis Kalanick. Transport for London stunned commuters last September when it banned Uber after finding the company was “not fit and proper to hold a licence” to operate in the capital. The company appealed against the decision and has continued operations ahead of this…

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Sir Philip Green came close to acquiring M&S in 2004, book claims | Business

Sir Philip Green, whose role in the demise of BHS was characterised by parliamentarians as the “unacceptable face of capitalism”, came much closer than previously thought to acquiring Marks & Spencer in 2004, a book on the controversial billionaire claims. The news that the abrasive tycoon almost won the takeover battle for what many considered to be the jewel in the British high street will be regarded as a close escape by some in the retailing industry, many of whom…

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FHC ups the ante with ‘deposit sale’ | Business

Loan sales have become one of the tools used by lenders to go after up new business using time-bound low interest rates as a hook for borrowers. And First Heritage Cooperative Credit Union, FHC, is no exception. But the credit union led by Roxann Linton is going even further. With an eye on the other side of the ledger, FHC has launched a deposit drive that will lock in higher than normal returns for new savers and current members. They…

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OPEC’s Increased Output Helps U.S. Shale Companies

June 24, 2018 7:00 a.m. ET U.S. shale companies, which kept pumping when the rest of the world cut back oil production, are in a strong position to benefit now that the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries is boosting its output. OPEC’s decision last week to increase production modestly is seen as an attempt to keep prices elevated without creating a spike. The move eased concerns among the member countries about tightening supply and the potential for a price…

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UK ministers take aim at business over Brexit warnings

By Reuters Published: 07:51 EDT, 24 June 2018 | Updated: 11:11 EDT, 24 June 2018 By Andrew MacAskill LONDON, June 24 (Reuters) – The British government and business leaders clashed in a deepening row over Brexit on Sunday after a senior minister accused companies of issuing “completely inappropriate” threats and undermining the prime minister. Aircraft manufacturer Airbus last week issued its strongest warning over the impact of Britain’s departure from the European Union, saying a withdrawal without a deal would…

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Iran rial plunges to new lows as U.S. sanctions loom

By Reuters Published: 11:31 EDT, 24 June 2018 | Updated: 11:31 EDT, 24 June 2018 DUBAI, June 24 (Reuters) – The Iranian rial plunged to a record low against the U.S. dollar on the unofficial market on Sunday, continuing its slide amid fears of returning U.S. sanctions after President Donald Trump in May withdrew from a deal on Tehran’s nuclear programme. The dollar was being offered for as much as 87,000 rials, compared to around 75,500 on Thursday, the last…

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