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China’s Alibaba is paying users to sign friends up to its chat app

China’s Alibaba is paying users to sign friends up to its chat app | Financial news | Scoop.it
Chinese messaging service WeChat has over 270 million active users worldwide at the last count -- how do you compete against its overwhelming popularity? Well, Chinese e-commerce ...
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Webcast Invitation: FATCA - An Overview of Inter-Governmental Agreements for Asia

Webcast Invitation: FATCA - An Overview of Inter-Governmental Agreements for Asia | Financial news | Scoop.it
“ FATCA (Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act) was enacted in 2010 as part of the Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment (HIRE) Act and takes effect on July 1, 2014. Many FATCA requirements conflict w...”
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Japan's Nikkei posts crazy 57% rise in 2013

Japan's Nikkei posts crazy 57% rise in 2013 | Financial news | Scoop.it
If you think U.S. markets had a record-breaking year, check out the Nikkei index in Japan -- and try to avoid drooling.Tokyo's benchmark index surged by 56.7% in 2013 -- its biggest annual rise in over 40 years -- after a series of government initiatives helped boost investor confidence,weaken the yen and encourage economic expansion. While stock market performance in America has been stellar -- with the Dow Jones industrial average and S&P 500 hitting record highs throughout the year -- their gains of 26% and 29%, respectively, still pale in comparison to Japan. What's behind the outsized gains in Japan? Many would point to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Abe is being credited with jolting the world's third largest economy out of stagnation with his ambitious turnaround plan, known as Abenomics, which aims to end years of deflation and lead to robust economic growth. Related: The stock market performance of 2013 is one for the record books Abe has increased government spending and installed a central banker who is not afraid to use aggressive monetary policy. The moves have helped drive down the value of the Japanese currency, with the yen falling by nearly 18% versus the U.S. dollar. This drop has ultimately given a big boost to stock markets and Japanese companies that rely on exports. There were many winners this year on the Nikkei -- 182 out of the index's 225 companies saw their shares move higher.
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Used Car Loan at Low Interest Rates – Bad Credit Used Car Loans: No Credit Check Car Loans In USA; Car Buying Easy As Walk On Cake

Used Car Loan at Low Interest Rates – Bad Credit Used Car Loans: No Credit Check Car Loans In USA; Car Buying Easy As Walk On Cake | Financial news | Scoop.it
Provided that you are out to purchase a car with no credit check simply because you have zero or bad credit history then it could be vital for you to get legitimate information on the subject.
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Apple Inc said it has signed a long-awaited agreement with China Mobile| glObserver Global Economics

Apple Inc said it has signed a long-awaited agreement with China Mobile| glObserver Global Economics | Financial news | Scoop.it
“ Apple Inc said it has signed a long-awaited agreement with China Mobile Limited to sell iPhones through the world’s biggest network of mobile phone users.”
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Gas Natural Inc. Appoints MaloneBailey LLP as Independent Auditing Firm

Gas Natural Inc. (NYSE MKT: EGAS) (the "Company"), a holding company operating local distribution companies serving approximately 72,000 natural gas customers in seven states, announced today that, upon recommendation of the Audit Committee of its Board of Directors, it has appointed MaloneBailey LLP as its new independent registered public accounting firm for the year ending December 31, 2013.
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Corporate Universities and Learning Center: A Primer

Corporate Universities and Learning Center: A Primer | Financial news | Scoop.it
“ A KNOWLEDGE PLATFORM WHITEPAPER – APRIL 25, 2011 Introduction Over the past forty years, the learning and development function within corporations based in the United States, Japan and Europe has b...”
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10 Sustainable Business Stories Too Important to Miss

10 Sustainable Business Stories Too Important to Miss | Financial news | Scoop.it
“ Somehow it’s already year-end, a time to look back and try to make sense of what’s happened. Creating any “top” list of stories from 12 months is nearly impossible.”
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Japan-South Korea relations to enter 2014 on a sour note

Japan-South Korea relations to enter 2014 on a sour note | Financial news | Scoop.it

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High-Frequency Pairs Trading | The Data Scientist

High-Frequency Pairs Trading | The Data Scientist | Financial news | Scoop.it
“ The analysis of high-frequency financial data (e.g. future prices on a 1 second grid) provides an excellent training ground for the data scientist. Like”
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Was This Year's UK 'Small Business Saturday' a Success?

Was This Year's UK 'Small Business Saturday' a Success? | Financial news | Scoop.it
“ How the Government-backed Small Business Saturday affected our shopping habits at a critical time of year for small and independent UK businesses.”
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