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Why Your Business Desperately Needs Adventure

As Helen Keller said, “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all”. And while we all want more adventure in our personal lives, what about our professional lives? Though it might sound bizarre, adding adventure to your business can help turbocharge innovation, spot uncommon connections and keep your team motivated, inspired and committed to finding potent solutions. However, ... Read More »

Eight stocks that have now fallen out of favour and why

Mumbai: While Indian markets have enjoyed a good run this year, here is a quick look at some stocks which have fallen out of investors’ favour, even though they were lucrative bets earlier. The stocks have been selected largely on the basis of changes in analysts’ preferences. Click here for enlarge IT sector Indian software services firms are struggling as US ... Read More »

What Is Amazon AppStream 2.0 and Why Might Your Business Need It?

Remote access to digital resources has become one of the most important features of today’s business ecosystem. And with people spending more time working remotely, businesses and individuals are looking for reliable platforms to access said resources. The Amazon AppStream 2.0 application was created with this very goal in mind. Version 1.0 When Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) introduced AppStream in 2013, it had ... Read More »

These 5 Real Estate Investment Mistakes Could Kill Your Business! Learn Why

Investing in real estate as a business can be a great way to make money. Your tenants, whether business or residential, will contribute to cash flow and operating profit every month, right? The property will appreciate for an eventual sale, and you’ll gain tax deductions connected to real estate property. Yes, all these things can happen — but real estate investing can ... Read More »

Why Trump just slapped new sanctions on Chinese banks

cThe Trump administration’s months-long effort to be gentle in encouraging China to rein in North Korea is officially over. On Thursday, the White House announced that it’s slapping sanctions on a Chinese bank, a Chinese company, and two Chinese individuals for their ties to North Korea — an unambiguous sign that patience over China’s reluctance to help curtail Pyongyang’s nuclear ... Read More »

Why stock-market investors should keep an eye on these diverging indexes

Stocks of trucking companies are a bet on the broader economy While the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite set fresh records on Monday, there is one red flag signaling the potential for a stock-market pullback in the near term, according to Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at CFRA. Since early March, the Dow Jones Transportation Average DJT, +0.73% which is ... Read More »

Why Use a Packaging and Quality Control Consultant?

All businesses desire that there products make it to the consumer intact, with the product ready to use. Products that are regulated face tougher scrutiny than most. Hiring a consultant can help ensure that the quality and integrity of your packaging is well within the boundaries of compliance. Regulatory Specifications Selling products that fall under domestic or international regulatory compliance ... Read More »

Stocks Fade, But Facebook Soars; Why These 2 Medicals Are Up Big

The stock market was modestly lower heading into Friday’s close, with small caps taking a beating following a heavy slate of earnings reports. The Nasdaq composite fell fractionally as some of its major components such as Amazon.com (AMZN) and Alphabet (GOOGL) enjoyed post-earnings rallies while others fell on disappointing results. Amazon was well off its Friday intraday high, but still above ... Read More »

RBS Why we should be angry at the Chancellor’s willingness to sell the taxpayer’s stake at a loss

Philip Hammond’s policy on Royal Bank of Scotland resembles that of a market trader with perishable goods to dispose of at the end of the day. Roll up, roll up. I’ve got a bank ’ere going cheap. Half price and three for two. Take this off my hands! It’s got to go! He didn’t quite put it that way when ... Read More »

Why the market for fossil fuels is all burnt out

‘I usually put a £5 bet on the oil price – and I’m collecting,” smiles Prof Dieter Helm. It’s not difficult to imagine his tally of modest wagers adding up. The highly regarded Oxford University economics professor is a long-time industry observer. Today, he is in central London after taking meetings with major oil executives. He is also a familiar ... Read More »