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Businesses helped Dell (Nasdaq:DELL) increase earnings for the last quarter by 52 percent, while revenue rose by 38 percent. Most of the revenue was generated from storage, servers and services Dell ...
Business (May 21st, 10)
There's no doubt that conservative British voters carried the day at recent elections, and promises by conservatives to their constituency seems to already be ignored, as the one of the ways they're a...
Business (May 20th, 10)
I'm not sure why mainstream media outlets continue on with the stupid comment that it is "unexpected," every time there is negative economic news comes, with the most recent being the rise in unemploy...
Business (May 20th, 10)
According to the IMD business school in Lausanne, Switzerland, four out of the top ten competitive economies in the world are based in Asia, not a surprise to those who follow business and economics. ...
Business (May 19th, 10)
General Electric (NYSE:GE) is increasing its available cash quickly, and estimates by the end of 2010 they'll have about 25 billion on hand. Plans for the cash are to buy back some of its stock by th...
Business (May 19th, 10)
The National Federation of Independent Business joined the lawsuit, which currently includes 20 states, which argues the healthcare bill enacted by Democrats is unconstitutional; specifically the insu...
Business (May 18th, 10)
Among the approximate 6,000 jobs to be cut by American drug giant Pfizer (NYSE:PFE), 90 will be lost in Britain, and another 785 in Ireland. Most of this comes in the aftermath of the merger with Wye...
United Kingdom (May 18th, 10)
TD Bank Financial Group (NYSE:TD) announced Monday it will acquire  South Financial Group for $191.6 million, which will give them 176 more branches in the Southeast United States. Terms of the ...
Banking (May 17th, 10)
With the last couple of years being an anomaly, and not necessarily indicative of how companies will perform going forward, investors and analysts are relying on guidance from companies as to where th...
Business (May 17th, 10)
In a good decision, Britain has said they back the idea of developing new nuclear plants in the country but there will be no government subsidies to spur them on. It's about time governments start ba...
Business (May 13th, 10)
Stocks, commodities and financials dropped today as investors take in what the consequences may be concerning the bailout offered by the EU for socialist countries spending more than they can take in....
European Union (May 13th, 10)
The Competitive Alternatives 2010 survey from KPMG found that Mexico and Canada are the top two countries in the world when it comes to taxes and business, and major cities in Canada, like Toronto, Mo...
Canada (May 12th, 10)
With Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) attacking Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) at its core product of Microsoft Office, Microsoft is about to respond with their own version of Microsoft office in the "cloud," which will...
Technology (May 12th, 10)
The attempt to push new regulations down the throats of private equity firms and hedge funds by the European Union has a growing amount of opposition, as a vote has been put off for the third time as ...
Business (May 11th, 10)
The announcement that the European Union would be offering just under $1 trillion to support and/or bailout the irresponsible countries in the region, has many people wondering how much damage that ma...
Business (May 11th, 10)
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