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How Retailers Use Personalized Prices to Test What You’re Willing to Pay

Executive Summary Orbitz, the travel website, offers slightly different prices to customers who are shopping through its app or a computer, and even between two different users on the same platform. Some of this may be due to experimentation and testing, but it’s also a sign that web retailers are using technology to try to offer personalized pricing — a practice some might consider a form of price profiling. The goal of this practice is to try to identify an individual’s willingness…

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General Electric’s Kitchen Sink May Still Have Holes

General Electric left its investors unhappy once again. At least management seems to be getting the message this time. Third quarter results Friday were ghastly. The company reported sales of $33.5 billion, which topped analyst expectations, and adjusted earnings per share of 29 cents. That profit figure missed badly. Analysts were expecting 49 cents a share, according to FactSet. Operating cash flow through the first nine months of the year was down 78% from a year earlier. … Source link

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WSJ City: U.S. Budget Plan Lifts Dollar, EU Leaders Rebuff May

Good morning from the WSJ City desks in London. Be the first with high-value stories. Download WSJ City on your mobile and let us keep you in the loop from 6am. The WSJ City app. Upwardly mobile. iPhone and Android. Your friends and colleagues can sign up to this newsletter here. MUST READS FROM WSJ CITY Senate Republicans adopted a budget for the next fiscal year, clearing a critical hurdle in the GOP push to overhaul the tax code. The dollar rose and European shares…

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US budget vote provides sorely needed Republican unity

Republicans have swung behind one of the few issues they believe can unite their fractured party and provide a sorely needed legislative victory, as they took a step towards tax reform after months of flops. Party leaders on Friday were congratulating themselves after a previous late-night Senate vote in favour of a crucial budget resolution that is meant to pave the way towards the passage of tax legislation without any need for Democratic Party support. Tax reform is seen as fundamental to…

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BMW headquarters searched by EU investigators

Image copyright EPA Image caption EU officials inspected the Munich offices this week BMW has confirmed its head office was searched this week by European Union officials investigating an alleged cartel among five German carmakers. EU investigators are looking into allegations that BMW, Daimler, VW, Audi and Porsche colluded to limit their spending on emissions technology. BMW said EU staff had inspected its Munich offices, adding that it was assisting the regulators in their work. Also on Friday, Daimler said…

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Nuns tell companies to get real over virtual AGMs

The Sisters of St Francis of Philadelphia, known for their work with the poor and elderly, have a new mission: tackling corporate America over online-only shareholder meetings. The 400-strong order of Catholic nuns, whose motto is “No Risk . . . No Gain”, have filed resolutions with ConocoPhillips, the oil group, and Comcast, the telecoms company, over their decisions to scrap physical annual general meetings for shareholders. The nuns, no stranger to the metaphysical realm, are calling for businesses to reintroduce face-to-face meetings with…

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Aramco flotation prompts dramatic U-turn in Saudi oil policy

The proposed stock market flotation of Saudi Arabia’s state oil giant Aramco has prompted a major shift in the country’s energy policy. Long seen as an advocate of restraint within Opec, seeking to convince fellow members like Venezuela, Iran and Russia that fast rising oil prices benefited alternative energy providers, the world’s biggest oil exporter has performed a remarkable volte-face since announcing its decision to sell off part of its state-owned oil company, Reuters says.  Last year, in a bid to push up…

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Eclipse Residential Mortgage Investment Corporation Announces Dividends, The Canadian Business Journal

TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – Oct. 20, 2017) – (TSX:ERM) Eclipse Residential Mortgage Investment Corporation (“Eclipse”) announces monthly dividends in the amount of $0.0625 per Common Share per month for record dates from October to December 2017. Record Date Payment Date October 31, 2017 November 14, 2017 November 30, 2017 December 14, 2017 December 29, 2017 January 15, 2018 Shareholders are reminded that Eclipse offers a distribution reinvestment plan (“DRIP”) which provides shareholders with the ability to automatically reinvest their dividends, commission…

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How to Build Productive Business Solutions in Microsoft SharePoint and Office 365 | BPM, Lean Six Sigma & Continuous Process Improvement

In this whitepaper Shane Young, SharePoint MVP, discusses different tools available to you in Microsoft Office 365 to build your own business solutions Using real world challenges, this whitepaper reviews productivity tools, from SharePoint Designer and Power Apps to Microsoft Forms and FlowForma BPM.  By reading this whitepaper you will learn: • When and why Shane recommends using certain solutions  • His checklist for selecting a productivity tool for SharePoint  • The difference between machine workflows and human workflows, the…

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C&D phases out old press with remanufactured Kluge

C&D Print Media has installed a remanufactured Kluge EHD foil-stamping, embossing and die-cutting platen press. Anderson (right) with operator Allan Braybrook and the Kluge EHD Able to take sheets up to 431x628mm, the frame of the machine dates back to the 1970s but has been completely refitted for purpose at Kluge’s manufacturing facility in Wisconsin, US. Purchasing and installation of the machine took place in July and cost Camden-based C&D around £52,000, according to managing director Charlie Anderson. It will…

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Trash Talk: Price of Recyclables Sinks After China Bans U.S. Scrap

Oct. 20, 2017 6:00 a.m. ET Some U.S. manufacturers are turning trash into treasure after a Chinese ban on imported waste flooded American scrapyards with paper and plastic. The import ban, announced in July, sent global prices for waste paper and plastic into a tailspin. Without access to their Chinese customers, U.S. waste and recycling firms are scrambling to find new buyers for the scrap they collect from curbside bins. But companies that use recycled materials to make things like…

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NASA tests rocket designed to get humans to Mars

NASA has test-fired an astonishingly powerful engine which will one day propel a manned mission all the way to Mars. The American space agency tested the RS-25 rocket engine at the Stennis Space Center in Mississippi yesterday. This gigantic booster spat out vast clouds of smoke as it fired up, sending thick smog billowing into the sky. The super-powerful engine will eventually be fitted to a new NASA rocket called the Space Launch System (SLS.) Four of the boosters will…

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Target Opening Vermont Store, Will Have Stores in 50 States

By this time next year, Target will finally have at least one store in each of the 50 states. Target announced Thursday that, as part of a nationwide expansion and remodeling plan, it will open a retail location in Vermont, the only remaining state without one. The Vermont Target store is set to open in South Burlington in October 2018. Target’s path to the Green Mountain State has been circuitous. There was a tentative plan to open a store in…

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Welsh companies use their magic touch on English team

Two Welsh companies, including one from Newport, have scored a major win by signing English touch rugby’s governing body as a new client. England Touch has signed exclusive contracts with Caerphilly sportswear supply company, Belief Sports, and Celtic Springs-based accountancy and tax experts Kilsby Williams to supply advice and guidance. Gregg Cropper, CEO England Touch, said: “When it came to finding a kit supplier, we were keen to work with a company that understands the unique demands of touch rugby.…

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Tableau Software : Three reasons your business intelligence adoption has stalled

Originally published on CIO.com. Today’s approach to business intelligence and analytics software favors easy-to-use, self-service-based platforms accessible to everyone within an organization. This is in stark contrast to the traditional BI model, which is built on technology that requires specialized skills and is best suited for IT developers curating data models, reports, and executive dashboards. A similar comparison could be made to the disruptive impact that integrating a camera into a smartphone had on the world of photography. Prior to…

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Women find business loans harder to get – Finance & Commerce

NEW YORK — Getting a bank loan is still a struggle for many women who own businesses. Kirsten Curry has had three rejections in the past six months and is waiting to hear from a fourth bank. Curry, owner of Seattle-based Leading Retirement Solutions, has applied to national banks, a regional bank and a credit union. The problem is that her 8-year-old retirement advisory firm lost money last year as it invested in technology to help it expand. Although revenue…

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