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Preserving the Past for Future Generations with NTT Data

NTT Data is in the process of a undergoing a massive project that will transform how knowledge is conveyed for future generations. In partnership with the Vatican Library, NTT Data is digitizing More »

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Who Knows Money More, Americans or Brits? Take The Quiz!

Test your financial knowledge by taking this short quiz! You can even win an iPad! Click image to take the Money Master Challenge (via TotallyMoney.com). More »

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Euro Expected to Fall Below Dollar by 2017

Deutsche Bank has issued a report stating that it expects to see the euro fall below parity with the dollar for the first time in over a decade. Deutsche Bank is Germany’s More »

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What is the difference between a non-refundable and refundable tax credit?

There are a few major differences between non-refundable tax credits and refundable tax credits in Canada. While any tax credits are surely something positive for any individual or busienss, check out this More »

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What are the best business rewards programs for business travelers?

In today's globalized world, firms are doing an increasing amount of business with corporations, vendors, and clients from overseas. While many initial communications can be conducted over the telecommunications that are ubiquitous More »

 

An Interview with Aaron Soury of A. Neumann & Associates

Today The Business Seed.com has the pleasure of interviewing the newest team member of premier business brokerage, A.Neumann & Associates. Firstly, thank you so much Aaron for taking the time to speak with us. Let's get started! 1. Where did you grow up? I was born in the Bronx, NY in 1958.  When I was one year old, my family moved to New Rochelle, NY.  I was raised there throughout my schooling and into my twenties. 2. Where did you decide to go to college and why? I have always

Holding companies: the jargon explained

Many of the largest and most successful companies in the world are actually holding companies; however, most people are unaware of their structure, functioning and purpose. A holding company can simply be defined as a company that does not have any business, activities or operations of its own. Instead, it owns assets in the form of shares or stocks in other corporations, limited partnerships or limited liability companies. A holding company has to own enough voting stock in these other subsidiary

How employment challenges are changing with economic shifts

As the global economy begins to recover from years of recession, the employment world continues to suffer challenges as it tries to move forward and keep up with the changing economy. Dealing with the changing demographic of workers and the corresponding changes in work habits and work ethics means that employers have to find new ways of attracting workers to jobs and encouraging them to stay. For many employers, the difficulties and legalities faced with this new kind of employee field can

Preserving the Past for Future Generations with NTT Data

NTT Data is in the process of a undergoing a massive project that will transform how knowledge is conveyed for future generations. In partnership with the Vatican Library, NTT Data is digitizing the entire priceless collection to be accessible from anywhere in the world. The Vatican Library might be the most important collection of historic works of writing and artwork on the entire planet. It was the mission of the Catholic Church to preserve knowledge for future generations, and for hundreds

3 ways to ‘grow your own’ skilled workforce

Far from being able to pick and choose between quality applicants, many firms are faced with a struggle when it comes getting the right staff on board. The skills gap has consequences for all businesses – not least when it comes to time wasted in sifting through mountains of CVs looking for suitably qualified individuals. So why not look at ways to address the causes of the problem? Modern apprenticeships, university placements and even school work experience schemes can offer businesses

What you Need to Set up a Business in Dubai

If you are wondering if setting up a business in Dubai is for you this article is a good starting point. Here we give you an overview of what you need to do to start doing business in Dubai. This article is very much an overview. If you want all of the details and access to help to set up your business quickly, PrimePlus is a great place to get that help. Pick a business The first step is to pick a business model. You can set up a huge range of businesses in Dubai, but there are restrictions.

How to configure your office space

There are very few more important tasks that a business needs to get right than setting up an office space that encourages collaboration, provides comfort and is reflective of the company ethos. It's no coincidence that office design services have become one of the fastest growing business support facilitators in recent years, and there's plenty of good advice that is applicable to all companies and organisations. We're going to take a look now at some of the core principles in designing a

Who Knows Money More, Americans or Brits? Take The Quiz!

Test your financial knowledge by taking this short quiz! You can even win an iPad! Click image to take the Money Master Challenge (via TotallyMoney.com).

The state of the Euro as 2014 winds down…

Despite being more than six years removed from the financial crisis of 2008, Europe's collective economy remains in a fragile state. While some of the worst hit nations like Greece and Spain have finally begun to recover from the economic depression that had crushed consumer confidence over that time period, the growth of other nations such as Germany and the United Kingdom has either slowed to a crawl or stalled outright. With a shocking number of European banks failing stress tests in recent

Euro Expected to Fall Below Dollar by 2017

Deutsche Bank has issued a report stating that it expects to see the euro fall below parity with the dollar for the first time in over a decade. Deutsche Bank is Germany’s biggest bank and is the second biggest currency trader in the world. They expect that the value of the euro will slip below that of the dollar by 2017.   This is the most aggressive call yet from the bank, although it does reflect what other banks have already noted. The majority of banks have already taken an incredibly bearish