Becoming an advocate for your buyers will gain you far more street cred than pushing a thought leadership.
You’re likely already using Facebook to market your business, so its new features should help you sell more on the world’s most popular social networking site.
LONDON (Reuters) – Banks in Britain won’t face a new wave of rules, nor will there be a respite from implementing the revolution already agreed, the country’s top banking regulator said on Wednesday.
Make sure your sales letters include all six of these effective elements, and you’ll watch your sales grow.
Three new Apple iPhones are coming next year, all with glass backings, an industry source told the Nikkei Asian Review.
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Barclays Plc and UBS AG have agreed to settle U.S. litigation by bondholders who accused the banks of conspiring with rivals to rig the Libor benchmark interest rate, lawyers for the plaintiffs said in Wednesday court filings.
LONDON (Reuters) – Banks in the European Union will get more time to adjust to new rules aimed at making sure that banks hold enough of a capital cushion against risky lending on their trading books, an EU document showed on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – New U.S. single-family home sales unexpectedly rose in September, pointing to sustained demand for housing even as data for August was revised sharply lower.
When self-doubt creeps in, your possibilities become limited.
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp on Wednesday announced a free update to its Windows operating system that lets users take photos and edit content in three dimensions, in a bid to raise excitement for its declining computing business.
It’s not exactly cheap, but for a scooter, this thing is pretty feature-rich.
Long story short, it doesn’t. But it’s sorta fun to watch anyway.
The two races differ in several key ways, Goldman economist Alec Phillips said, diminishing the possibility of a repeat.
Although online shopping is convenient, nothing compares to an in-store experience — at least a good one.
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One Samsung user wrote online that ‘an exploding Note 7 is still better than an un-innovative iPhone 7.’
The European Central Bank is nearly certain to continue buying bonds beyond its March target.
Uncertainty about economic policy is at an all-time high.
CHAMPAGNE corks must have been popping yesterday at London Heathrow, Europe’s busiest airport, as the British government finally gave it the green light to build a third runway. The decision has been a long time coming. The airport, has been operating at 99% of its capacity for a decade.
No new full-scale runways have been built in south-east England since the second world war because of government dithering. More than a dozen commissions, policy documents and white papers investigating how to expand capacity around the capital have come and gone since the first proposal to build a third runway at Heathrow in 1946. Those plans were defeated by NIMBYs, tight budgets and legal challenges. But just like the thick fog that enveloped Heathrow this morning, the path to expansion is still murky.
The first obstacle is political. Although members of the British government’s aviation sub-committee were unanimous in their support for expansion at Heathrow rather than Gatwick, its arch competitor to the south of London, not everyone in the cabinet is convinced. Many west London MPs vociferously oppose expansion, including Boris Johnson, the foreign secretary, who once…Continue reading