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Why Business Intelligence is Targeted at You

Think business intelligence and what’s the first thing that comes into your mind? Let me guess, most probably it would be something along the lines of an undecipherable jumble of numbers, tables and charts that you really have no interest in, right?

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What Is an Omnibus Account?

The word ‘omnibus’ refers to one item that contains inside a number of different items. For example, when we say that a book is an omnibus we mean that it contains a collection of stories possibly by different authors. An omnibus account is also one thing that contains a number of different things, but in this case it is investors.

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What Are the Most Common Human Resources Issues?

The human resources department can play a huge role in the success of any business. This is because people are the most important resource that any business will have. The work of human resources is vital, but it can also be a real challenge to do things as effectively as possible. There will always be issues that will crop up and these can push the limits of a human resources department to the max. In this article we will be examining the most common human resources issues that are likely to come up.

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How do I Buy a Car with Bad Credit?

If you have a bad credit rating you will likely find it a bit more difficult to buy a car. The good news is that there will usually be a way to get around this. In fact, there are some car dealers out there that focus on selling vehicles to those with bad credit. They are not doing this out of any type of generosity. It just gives them access to a pool of potential customers who are looking for cars. The bottom line is that most dealers are desperate to sell their vehicles and all they care about is that you can pay the money for the vehicle. Here are a few ideas for how you can buy a car with bad credit. Read the rest of this entry »

What is Backward Integration?

There are many things that a business can do to grow and increase profits. Not only can they increase their customer base, but they can also expand their business. This could involve purchasing other businesses or just increasing their own operations. One type of business expansion that can be very successful is backward integration. This involves buying businesses that were previously suppliers. Owning such operations can have many benefits and we will consider these later in the article.

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7 Tips for Saving Money on Automobile Insurance

Anyone who has ever had to work for a living and manage the costs of living knows how very important it can be to budget living expenses, and reduce them to as low an obligation as possible.  It’s easy to cut out things like fast food, entertainment, and miscellaneous shopping costs, but it’s also helpful to know that you can cut costs associated with the necessities, too.  One such bill that can be adjusted is your automobile insurance bill.  Here are seven tips for saving money on automobile insurance.

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Top 5 Best Global Economics Books Reviewed

In recent years there has been plenty of evidence to show just how closely the different economies around the world depend on each other. In order to fully understand our own economy it is now vital to understand it within the global perspective. There have been a number of great books written on this subject. Here are the top 5 best global economics books reviewed.

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What is Price Elasticity of Demand?

The effect that demand has on price is often easy to see. If a lot of buyers are competing for a resource that is in short supply it has the effect of pushing up the price of this resource. When we talk about price elasticity of demand we are looking at the way that prices reach in regards to demand.

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