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Hassle-free Business Relocation

Relocating the business is often a sound course of action, yet it can have a serious disruptive impact on the daily operations. It is in your best interest to be efficient and get back to work in no time. Well, it is as clear
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A Step By Step Guide for Organizing a Successful Conference

Researchers, marketing experts or aspiring experts, scientists, doctors, and pretty much all professionals striving towards excellency love going to conferences at which they can learn or impart wisdom and innovation in their respective fields.
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Managing Your Web Design Team like a Pro

No matter if you’re a project manager, team manager or a team leader, your basically boils down to one single thing – you have a group of hard-working, creative individuals who need managing and you’re the person for the job. And managing people is
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RBS will pay back £400m to small businesses

Royal Bank of Scotland has promised to pay hundreds of millions of pounds in compensation after it was found to have “systematically” mistreated thousands of small and medium-sized businesses.
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Hidden foreign currency fees ‘cost small businesses billions’

Small companies are losing billions of pounds in hidden bank fees for exchanging currencies, according to a study by Capital Economics.
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Wrestling impresario grapples with small business portfolio

She hails from a world of ridiculous, over-the-top theatre in which grown men scream and rant like toddlers. So perhaps Linda McMahon, 68, the wrestling impresario Donald Trump has asked to join his cabinet, will feel right at home in Washington.
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Noonan soothes fears over Osborne’s corporation tax pledge

Michael Noonan has moved to calm fears over the British chancellor’s pledge to cut corporate tax rate, claiming that the move was expected.
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Corporation tax cut ‘risks race to the bottom’

Britain risks initiating a “race to the bottom” with Ireland over corporation tax if it slashes its rate to 10 per cent to encourage companies to stay after Brexit, an MEP has warned.
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Stagecoach’s east coast escape

Days after losing the licence to run £1 billion-a-year South West Trains, Stagecoach appeared to be close to easing the burden of its 90 per cent-owned Virgin East Coast rail franchise.