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Scottish independence: Post-Yes fiscal forecasts updated by IFS

Scottish independence: Post-Yes fiscal forecasts updated by IFS

The government has announced a series of measures in the Queen’s Speech that it said were “unashamedly pro-work and pro-business”.

Included in a raft of bills were proposals to make it easier for small businesses to access finance and remove red tape.

There will also be measures to tackle zero-hours contracts and national minimum wage abuses.

Some childcare regulations will also be made more flexible.

A corporate ownership bill will make it easier to punish rogue company directors by increasing the period for which they can be disqualified and awarding compensation to victims. Continue reading “Scottish independence: Post-Yes fiscal forecasts updated by IFS” »

IMF warns banking perform not properly

IMF warns banking perform not properly

Banking reforms aimed at preventing another financial crisis have failed to make enough progress, the boss of the International Monetary Fund has warned.

IMF managing director Christine Lagarde blamed a combination of the complexity involved, industry lobbying and “fatigue” for the delay.

“The industry still prizes short-term profit over long-term prudence,” Ms Lagarde said at a conference on the future of capitalism.

She called for tougher global rules.

Ms Lagarde said some of the biggest problems were with the so-called “too-big-to-fail firms”, banks whose collapse would cause such a big knock-on effect on the wider economy that governments were still expected to rescue them.

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BAS set to buy his own stock for 4 billion

As Bank of America (BAC) prepares to shop for $4 billion of its own stock, a wooden-headed accounting mistake is driving the value down. Shares fell by virtually six % this morning once the bank aforesaid it had miscalculated what quantity capital it had reachable. The miscue additionally froze the bank’s strategy to reward loyal investors by raising its annual dividend from a penny to five cents a share–plans that ar on hold till Bank of America susses out with the Fed simply what quantity ballast is within the bottom of the boat.

The mistake was buried in an exceedingly difficult jumble of economic machinery that the bank genetic once it bought Merrill kill in 2009. The defect concerned structured notes, hybrid merchandise within which AN underlying debt obligation fluctuates supported one thing entirely separate. Imagine a loan whose payout rests on whether or not Facebook (FB) shares fall by twenty %. Continue reading “BAS set to buy his own stock for 4 billion” »

No Deviden will be paid from Run-state Electric Company, PLN, This Year.

State-run electric company PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) is not going to pay out dividends to the government as it suffered a huge net loss last year.

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“This is because of [rupiah against US dollar] rate changes,” PLN president director Nur Pamudji said at the Economic Coordinating Ministry office in Jakarta on Friday as quoted by kompas.com. Continue reading “No Deviden will be paid from Run-state Electric Company, PLN, This Year.” »

With 19 Billion USD, Facebook buys Whatsapp

With 19 Billion USD, Facebook buys Whatsapp

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The social network, Facebook, announced after the close of the market on Wednesday that it has acquired mobile messaging service WhatsApp for about $19 billion.

As several commentators tweeted, reaching simultaneously for the low-hanging comedy fruit: “They should call it WTFapp.”

facebook-whatsappAlthough the price is $19 billion, separates $4 billion in cash, $12 billion in Facebook stock, and $3 billion in restricted shares, to pay out to WhatsApp employees over the next four years. For a five-year-old company with 50 employees, that translates into $380 million per person—and a heck of a haul for the startup’s venture investors, led by Sequoia Capital. WhatsApp founder Jan Koum, will join Facebook’s board of directors. Continue reading “With 19 Billion USD, Facebook buys Whatsapp” »

Google get Slicklogin, a Sound Authentication Firm from Israel

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Google has acquired SlickLogin – an Israeli start-up behind the technology that allows websites to verify a user’s identity by utilizing sound waves.

It works by playing a uniquely generated, almost noiseless sound through computer speakers, which is picked up by an app on the user’s smartphone.

The app analyses the sound and sends a signal back to confirm the identity.

The technology can be used either as a replacement for a password or as an extra security layer.

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Mergers.com Launches Acquisitions.net, Seeks Strategic Partners for Increased M&A DealFlow

Mergers.com Launches Acquisitions.net, Seeks Strategic Partners for Increased M&A DealFlow










Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) December 24, 2013

Merger Ventures LLC, announces the launch of two strategic websites: Mergers.com and Acquisitions.net. As part of the new launch, the company also seeks to grow its strategic network of M&A finder affiliates and qualified intermediary partners.

Merger and acquisition finder affiliates provide meaningful introductions to CEOs, company presidents and business owners looking to sell their companies to strategic and financial buyers. “Finding affiliates recognize the quid pro quo opportunities of working with Mergers.com and its network of M&A intermediaries. Furthermore, because Mergers.com is stringent in its acceptance of partners, any finder referrals provided to the company are guaranteed to be in the hands of qualified and experienced merger and acquisition dealmakers,” says Nate Nead, Managing Partner. Finder affiliates include CPAs, wealth advisors, tax planners and attorneys across a broad spectrum of middle-market businesses from healthcare to information technology.

As premium web properties, both Mergers.com and Acquisitions.net help to increase authority for both buyers and sellers and well as provide increased exposure for qualified M&A intermediaries and investment bankers alike. Partners can gain access to sell-side M&A leads obtained from both the company website as well as the growing finder affiliate network previously mentioned. Those representing businesses in a sell-side transaction will not only gain the benefit of increased leads for better-qualified deal opportunities as business owners seek to sell their companies. In addition, dealers will also find the added benefit of increased exposure for current deals in the pipeline by gaining access to the company’s growing buyer list. In addition, qualified M&A Partners will also gain access to provide thought leadership on the company’s merger blog, allowing them to answer questions and provide feedback to potential sellers.

“We recognize the missing link in any dealmaker’s arsenal is the ability to source larger volumes of qualified, quality business opportunities for selling,” says Nead. “We’re committed to ensuring the smooth transition and representation between our partners, affiliates and the businesses being represented.”

About Merger Ventures

Merger Ventures, LLC is a network of buyers, sellers and expert finder comprised of intermediaries for mergers & acquisitions, investment bankers, private equity groups and corporate developers. The network has quickly grown to include representatives in China, the United Kingdom and the United States. For more information on joining the network as a partner, affiliate or someone looking to sell a company, please visit http://mergers.com/























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CRMnext, Introduces Alert Management Functionality on Its Commutable Cloud CRM Software to Efficiently Manage Sales Leads

CRMnext, Introduces Alert Management Functionality on Its Commutable Cloud CRM Software to Efficiently Manage Sales Leads











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Delhi (PRWEB) December 25, 2013

CRMnext, introduces alert management functionality on its commutable cloud CRM software to efficiently manage sales leads. It will ensure that all leads are followed up on a timely basis and customer facing teams are prompted to collect important information while interacting with a customer. It will also enable a guided selling process for sales representatives, ensuring compliance and effective execution of sales strategies.

The advanced alert management functionality will help in ensuring that all required information is entered for new records and that assistance is available for users to increase sales opportunities. It will allow to create multiple alerts for instance, help, notification, highlight, validation, attachment view, etc. It will also empower teams to effectively create a message for logged in users that can be displayed on the current record or a related record, based on filter conditions through the advanced notification feature. These alerts can also be displayed on mobile devices or emails and sms.

On the occasion, DR. Manoj Kumar, Product Architect, CRMnext said, “The advanced alert management functionality will enable sales teams to improve their efficiency by displaying important alerts based on standard rules and best practices on real-time basis.”

About CRMnext:

CRMnext is a specialist Customer Relationship Management product company with focus on ultra-scalable installations. CRMnext team has proven track record of delivering High-Impact CRM solutions in their key practice vertical of Financial CRM, Banking CRM, Insurance CRM, Media CRM, Pharma CRM, Telecom CRM etc. Unlike commodity CRM, CRMnext has been widely recognized as a proponent of strategy driven implementations.

To know more information about Cloud CRM Software; Visit http://www.crmnext.com/














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International Power Traders Expanding Its Corporate Headquarters

International Power Traders Expanding Its Corporate Headquarters











American Welding Society Building, Doral, Florida

(PRWEB) December 26, 2013

International Power Traders, a global supplier and buyer of power generation equipment and accessories to and from Latin America, announced today it is expanding its headquarters in Doral, Florida. The announcement was made from inside the American Welding Society Global Headquarters where they currently occupy space on the 2nd floor. The move will relocate operations from the 2nd to the 3rd floor and will allow IPT to incorporate new technological capabilities, increase comfort for customer interactions, and meet both current and future growth needs. The move is expected to be completed in January of 2014.

“Our increasing market share and continuing growth forced us to increase our office space,” said Saul Medina, IPT’s Sales Manager. “When the chance arose to keep our headquarters in the American Welding Society Building, and in Doral with its strong ties to Latin America’s power generation market, we jumped at the opportunity.”

IPT is a global source of new and used power generation equipment possessing expertise in the Latin American market. Uniquely positioned within the new, used and surplus power generator industry, IPT offers the region’s retail and resale markets a single source for all of their varying power generation needs.

Please visit IPT’s web site at http://www.ipowertraders.com/aboutus for more information, news and related data. If you require additional assistance, or have further questions, please direct inquiries via email to sales(at)ipowertraders(dot)com or contact us directly by phone at (305) 885-9885.











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