Wpisy oznaczone tagiem "companies" (23)  

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What are you paying for? We broke down all the fees and charges on a typical cell phone bill and found some things you pay for that you may not be aware of.

Link: www.billshrink.com/blog/cell-phone-bill/

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When the year offers little future tech from the big guns, it may be time turn to smaller companies who are often more agile, able to take bigger risks and follow boundary-pushing ideas. Here are 7 products and innovations coming out of the little guys.

Link: www.popularmechanics.com/(…)4342022.html…

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Gracias? Spasiba? Merci?  As hope for economic recovery hovers at the horizon of a new business cycle, global companies are bracing themselves for, get this, an exodus of their best workers. Look. If you really want to show your employees that you care, you’ve gotta make it a priority. Something that you actually spend time and money and thought on

Link: www.globalpost.com/(…)employee-retention-economic-r…

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Some companies find their niche and stick to it. Others, though, have to adapt to changing markets in order to thrive. Here’s a look at some companies that switched industries at some point in their histories, usually for the better.

Link: blogs.static.mentalfloss.com/(…)35163.html…

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Private companies could make a profit by selling water back to the public under a little-noticed provision in California's $11.1 billion water bond. In a state where water is an especially precious resource, critics worry that giving control of this resource to private companies is a recipe for disaster.

Link: www.mnn.com/(…)california-bond-allows-private-compa…

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One of the most controversial (and least understood) issues in business and politics is outsourcing. Politicians condemn it, businessmen defend it, but rarely does anyone step back and take a dispassionate look at why it occurs at all.

Link: www.billshrink.com/(…)12-reasons-companies-outsourc…

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Where in the world are the most profitable companies and exactly how much money are they raking in? In 2008, the most profitable public company on the planet made enough profits to give every American citizen $146.81.

Link: www.billshrink.com/(…)the-worlds-most-profitable-co…

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Antiwar protesters insisted that the U.S. invaded Iraq for its oil, but nobody seems to have told the Iraqis. They've awarded most oil contracts to countries that opposed the war.

Link: www.time.com/(…)00.html…

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As you might guess, the answer is somewhat complicated. Depending on the job you're seeking, the employer might check one or all of these: credit history, driving record, criminal record, education and references.

Link: articles.orlandosentinel.com/(…)9906290215_1_maglio…

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Major companies going green include Starbucks, Kimberly-Clark, Timberland, Nissan and Starbucks. These multinationals aren't without their problems or critics, but they seem to be trying to adopt greater corporate sustainability and responsibility.

Link: www.thedailygreen.com/(…)companies-going-green-4611…

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These innovative companies are run by rising business stars under 40 — and they've got jobs to fill.

Link: finance.yahoo.com/(…)theyre-hiring…

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The Obama administration will order companies that received the most TARP aid to deeply slash the compensation to their highest paid executives, reports the New York Times.

Link: www.cnbc.com/id/33417281

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Over half of U.S. businesses block social media sites at work, yet 94% of businesses are acknowledging the importance of social media and are starting to invest in it? It’s kind of like being a retail business that doesn’t let its employees buy anything.

Link: www.10e20.com/(…)why-companies-shouldnt-block-socia…

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A Greenpeace China investigation has found that 18 Chinese and multinational firms are failing to comply with new Chinese environmental laws.

Link: www.greenbiz.com/(…)chinese-anti-pollution-laws-sti…

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Algae is now a burgeoning sector in biofuels with several high-profile start-ups, including Craig Venter's Synthetic Genomics, and the interest of big-time investors like Bill Gates and ExxonMobil. Here are 5 projects leading the pack today.

Link: www.popularmechanics.com/(…)4333722.html…

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If you hold a Discover credit card, you're in luck -- the company has decided to freeze interest-rate hikes until a new credit card consumer protection bill takes effect in February. But if you have a Chase card, it may suddenly take you a lot longer to pay off that off.

Link: www.cnn.com/(…)index.html…

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Planning on firing off a short missive on Twitter or posting an update to your friends on Facebook from the office? Better check the rules of your workplace.

Link: www.wired.com/(…)study-54-of-companies-ban-facebook…

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Here are five big "green" companies that might be hurting themselves by remaining members of the nation's biggest stick in the mud on climate change, the US Chamber of Commerce.

Link: www.motherjones.com/(…)why-are-these-green-companie…

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