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How Not To Negotiate: Lessons From Manchester United and Real Madrid's David De Gea Transfer Fiasco

After three months of a tense transfer stand-off, goalkeeper David De Gea's dream move from Manchester United to his hometown team of Real Madrid has collapsed due to failure to register the deal properly. United are missing out on a £29m fee and replacement keeper in the shape of Costa [...]

4 Great Stocks That Could See Substantial Appreciation

Morris Mark: Wally, good to speak with you again. Mark Asset Management Corporation runs long-bias and long-only hedge fund strategies through our fund partnerships and managed accounts. We are fundamental, growth-oriented investors who launched our flagship, long-bias strategy over 30 years ago and have advised long-only managed accounts for over [...]

5 Things Your Taxes Bought for the Pentagon in August

Getty Images The month of August was a weird one at the United States Department of Defense, in at least two ways. For one thing, the Pentagon awarded $38.66 billion on new military hardware and services (not counting servicemembers' salaries and benefits). Show More Summary

5 Questions to Answer for Your Small Biz Before Summer's End

For many small businesses, summer is slower than the rest of the year. Rather than getting caught up in another game of Words with Friends, use these fleeting long days to take a look at your business operations. Likely you could make a few changes for the better. 1. Show More Summary

'I see a labor market that is looking hotter and hotter' (DIA, SPX, SPY, QQQ, TLT, IWM)

Deutsche Bank's Torsten Sløk thinks the labor market is more than strong enough to justify interest rate hikes from the Federal Reserve In an email on Wednesday, Sløk writes that he continues to talk to clients who don't believe the US economy is anything other than weak, "not good," or on the verge of recession. Show More Summary

Marc Faber Tells CNBC Africa- Don’t Listen To Fund Managers, Sell! – Video

Mark Faber tells Lindsay Williams that leverage is even worse than 1987 and that another 1987 style crash is possible. There will be market closures, he said. He also said, don’t listen to the fund managers on CNBC. They have a vested interest in being bullish. Show More Summary

What should Carly Fiorina expect on the main debate stage?

More from Trail Guide Sept. 1 CNN changes GOP debate criteria and Carly Fiorina celebrates it as a win Aug. 31 Inside Hillary Clinton's emails: gefilte fish and a confused help desk Aug. 30 Iowa poll: Bernie Sanders down single-digits to Hillary Clinton Aug. 28 Hillary Clinton strikes a new tone...

Why Backlinks Still Matter for SEO

Why Backlinks Still Matter for SEO written by John Jantsch read more at Small Business Marketing Blog from Duct Tape Marketing Marketing podcast with Brian Dean SEO has certainly evolved over the last few years. I actually wrote about...Show More Summary

Does Miley's Free Album Make Sound Business Sense?

By now, everybody has likely heard that this year’s MTV Video Music Awards host Miley Cyrus used the very public appearance to announce the release of a surprise free album. In a night that saw the pop star feuding with Nicki Minaj and wearing some of the most revealing and [...]

This is what a stock market crash looks like

It's been crazy in the stock markets. Stock prices have been zig-zagging over the last few weeks with the Dow plummeting 1,089 points last Monday, opening sharply higher and then closing red on the next day, and somehow still ending that week up from the previous one. Show More Summary

5 Ways to Enjoy Your Labor Day Holiday While Automation Works for You

When you have a lean staff and limited resources, many small business owners have little or no choice. They must shoulder some of the responsibility for completing tasks themselves. But how can entrepreneurs avoid burning themselves out? How can they take a break without letting customers fall through the cracks?

Should 'Connected TV' Be Embraced?

Summary: Connected TV is when your actual TV or TV-watching experience includes a TV that is either hooked up to the internet (Smart TV) or has a over-the-top (OTT) element, like Android TV, RoKu, Apple TV, and the like. According to...Show More Summary

Here's exactly who owns the UK's stock markets

The Office for National Statistics just released its bi-annual estimate of who exactly owns the shares in UK-listed and incorporated companies. Foreign investors own the lion's share of £1.7 trillion ($2.6 trillion) worth of stock, according to the ONS, accounting for an estimated 54% of shares. Show More Summary

Fischer: U.S. Inflation Developments

U.S. Inflation Developments Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Economic Symposium, Jackson Hole, Wyoming August 29, 2015   I am delighted to be here in Jackson Hole in the company of such distinguished panelists and such a distinguished group of participants. I will focus my remarks today on forces–domestic and international–that...Read More

27 percent of smartphone buyers in Europe switched from Android to iOS this summer

In the latest sign that Apple’s iOS is gaining its momentum, a new report says that European smartphone buyers are defecting away from Android in favor of iPhones. Kantar Worldpanel ComTech today released its latest market research for the three months ending in July. The report indicates that overall, Android is seeing its market share […]

A no-nonsense youth football coach brings good to the 'hood

The Falcons' motto says it all: "Teaching New-Style Kids Old-School Values."

Sneak Peeks for September 2015

This month’s sneak peeks are sprinkled across the Portland Metro area and a cabin getaway in Mt. Hood Village! The market is still incredibly competitive, so getting a jump on listings before they’re available to the general public is always an advantage.   SW Ridge, Portland – approx. $399,000 Lots of updating in and out: […]

Inside Appeal: Cost vs. Value

  As we transition into fall, and the weather gets chilly, we will be spending more and more time inside our homes. So this month, we’re focusing ourselves indoors to discuss home improvements you can do inside to get the best return on your investment. It’s always important for homeowners to make sure they’re putting […]

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