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The 10 Best Small Cities To Live In, According to Money Magazine | HuffPost If you’re looking to move away from big city life, consider this your catalogue of potential new hometowns.  Money magazine recently released a list of the best...

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Digital firms pay less than half tax of traditional rivals: EU Commission

Yves Herman | Reuters European Union flags fly at the entrance of the European Commission headquarters in Brussels, Belgium September 29, 2015. Digital companies in the European Union pay in tax less than half the amount paid by traditional firms, the European Commission said in a draft report which backs plans to increase the tax bill of firms like Amazon or Facebook. In the report...

Toshiba said to have selected Bain-SK Hynix group to buy its memory business

Hitoshi Yamada | NurPhoto | Getty Images The logo of Toshiba Corp is seen at the company’s facility in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo, Japan February 28, 2017. Troubled Japanese conglomerate Toshiba has selected a group comprising Bain Capital and South Korea chipmaker SK Hynix to buy...

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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption China is experiencing a growing problem of financial fraud Li Wenxing was starting a new life. In May, the...

Second man arrested in London train attack investigation, Metropolitan Police say

Peter Nicholls | Reuters A passenger sits on an underground train leaving Parson’s Green station after it reopened following an explosion on a rush hour train yesterday morning, in London, Britain, September 16, 2017. A second man was arrested in...

The Top 19 Bad Leadership Traits

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Good leaders may also exhibit bad leadership traits every now and then. But if a leader consistently exhibit bad traits, then you better do something about it because the organization may suffer because...

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Leadership Styles – Autocratic Leadership

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An autocratic leader is one who makes unilateral decisions, meaning to say, deciding based on his own judgment and does not invite opinions from others. Also known as a dictator, his words are, metaphorically speaking, law to those under his charge, to be obeyed without debate. Though not always so, an autocratic style of leadership is commonly used alongside...

Leadership – Contributing Factors That Make an Exceptional Leader

There are many contributing factors that lead to effective leadership. Every successful business owner knows that the biggest reason for their success is great leadership. While not everyone possesses the characteristics necessary to...

Leadership in Sports

Growing up in the suburbs of Detroit, sports were a huge part of my life as a child, and continue to be today. Back in those days, the only Detroit sports team that could actually be considered competitive was the Detroit Red Wings. Throughout...

How to Determine Small Business Size

Among the things that an entrepreneur needs to have in mind is, the size of the small business they hope to set up. The size is important when it comes to issues like financing and management. The Small Business Administration agency...

The Fed: Fed’s Yellen says low inflation a ‘mystery,’ but not mysterious enough to keep rates low

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Reuters Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen says she’s mystified by low inflation, but is she really? Federal Reserve...

Market Extra: Key lessons from the second-longest bull market, in 11 charts

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Charlie Bilello/Pension Partners This chart illustrates the steady climb in the S&P 500 even as investors struggled with...

‘Fear the Walking Dead’ season 3, episode 11: A recap of ‘La Serpiente’

Madison got her 5,000 gallons of water, which may be enough to shift the balance of power at the ranch. But one truck full of water doesn’t make you the Reina del Agua.. “La Serpiente,” tonight’s...

The Technical Indicator: Bull trend confirmed, S&P 500 reaches uncharted territory ahead of the Fed

The major U.S. benchmarks’ already-bullish technical backdrop continues to strengthen ahead of the Federal Reserve’s policy statement, due out Wednesday afternoon. On a headline basis, the S&P...

OracleVoice: Why Your Bank Isn't (Is) Changing, And Why You Will (Won't) Change Too

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Chances are your bank is still sending you statements in the mail (or, if you’re lucky, emailing you a PDF of your statement), its mobile app isn’t full-service, and its website doesn’t understand...

OracleVoice: Forage Crop Ban Prompts Saudi Dairy To Look Abroad

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A looming curb on crop irrigation in Saudi Arabia, the result of depleted groundwater reserves, has forced commercial agriculture companies such as National Agricultural Development Company (NADEC) to...

Capital OneVoice: Retro Games, Paper Books, & Vinyl Records: Why People Adopt Old Tech

According to a Pew Institute study, nearly 77% of Americans own a smartphone. Seventy-seven percent! Everything from email and internet browsing to photography and music management is being done on smartphones,...

UNICEF USAVoice: UNICEF USA Marks A Milestone Towards Securing $132.5 Million In U.S. Funding

Sometimes, the news from abroad can make us feel discouraged. The child refugee crisis continues in Europe. Violence in Syria, Iraq and South Sudan threatens millions of children.  Famine and...