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Kiwi Businesses are Investing in New Opportunities with Big Data & Telco

52 minutes agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

Big data has long been touted as a tool for success in the enterprise, though Australasian businesses of all sizes can benefit from the ability to access customer data. Recently, small business owners in New Zealand have also been able to benefit from aggregated data. This comes as a result [...]

Want to invest in a budding pro golfer? This Cincinnati standout is waiting

CINCINNATI—People buy stock in companies all the time. What about buying a stake in a burgeoning professional golfer? That’s the deal Northern Kentucky University golfer Clayton Portz is offering. He’s trying to raise $50,000 to play pro golf for the rest of the year. Show More Summary

Newswire: John Krasinski will play Jack Ryan in a Michael Bay-produced Amazon series

From Deadline comes news that John Krasinski will be playing the title role in Jack Ryan, the upcoming Amazon series based on the popular Tom Clancy character, an investment broker turned CIA agent turned two-term President Of The United States turned all-purpose conservative fantasy. Show More Summary

Entry Level Rental Property Investing -- Even if You're Renting

You want to be a real estate investor, but you don't even own your own home. How can you make it happen? Especially when you check out your assets and cash and can't find a 20% down payment anywhere in the pile, it looks impossible. You've toyed with the idea of buying a personal home, but you're still renting. Show More Summary

The Yin and Yang of Social Media Training [Infographic]

Many brands are hesitant to let their employees loose on their branded social media accounts, yet they're also hesitant to invest in training, leaving them at a loss on both fronts. 

TTIP: Time to Get It Done Right

At this week’s 13th Round of Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) talks in New York City, the U.S. and EU reiterated their political-level goal to conclude an ambitious agreement...

Friday assorted links

1. A million regulations hurt. 2. Is child poverty in Japan worse than in the U.S.? 3. Millennials in NYC are earning less than in 2000. 4. Wipe the names of mass killers off the internet. 5. Which kinds of investment bankers are the most beautiful?6 6. Who is Zero Hedge? The post Friday assorted links appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.

Mayor Eric Garcetti picks up an investment property in Mid-Wilshire

Mayor Eric Garcetti and his wife, Amy Wakeland, have bought a home in the Mid-Wilshire area of Los Angeles for $1.6 million and put it up for lease at $5,000 a month. Set up from the street on a corner lot, the home centers on an English Country-style main house built in 1939. Two separate apartments...

Northwell Health is an $8.7 billion behemoth with razor-thin margins

New York state's largest health system got bigger in 2015, but Northwell Health's investments have chipped away at profit margins. Last year, Northwell Health, formerly known as North Shore-LIJ... To view the full story, click the title link.

Your money and your future

Your money: Almost no one knows how to think about money and investing. Squadrons of people will try to confuse you and rip you off. Many will bore you. But Andrew Tobias has written a book that might just change...        

Exxon Mobil reaches bottom of the oil barrel

The energy goliath suffered a 63 pct fall in quarterly profit. Rivals Chevron and Conoco were hurting, too, as crude fell below $30 in January before investment cuts helped ease excess supply and push up the price. Recovery will be slow and uneven, but the worst is probably past.

Viewsroom: Healthcare M&A, Climate change, Silicon Valley earnings

Abbott, AbbVie and Sanofi are each paying up for takeover partners, while protecting the planet could be the investment deal of the century. Plus: Facebook forges ahead while Apple ambles.

Weekly Summary of Research Findings: 4/25/16 – 4/29/16 [PREMIUM]

Below is a weekly summary of our research findings for 4/25/16 through 4/29/16. These summaries give you a quick snapshot of our content the past week so that you can quickly decide what’s relevant to your investing needs. Subscribers: To receive these weekly digests via email, click here to sign up for our mailing list. More

Sustainability Will Reshape Real Estate Development and Investment in Mexico

With increasing market penetration over the last four years, sustainability has been a strong and growing trend in real estate investment in Mexico. This rate of change and adoption of sustainability means that even bigger changes are ahead for commercial real estate developers and investors.

Save green by going green -- Savings Experiment

Did you know? April 22 is Earth Day! To celebrate, try saving some green by going green. Bottled water isn't only costly, it also creates tons of non-biodegradable plastic that gets dumped in landfills. By investing in a reusable glass...Show More Summary

Deep Divisions Over EU-US Trade Deal Amid Food Safety Fears

At the end of a week of another round of negotiations over the controversial Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) between the EU and the US, Washington sources say the deal is foundering over strict EU food safety l...

Delta blows at baggage handling but a $50M RFID investment could change all that

Delta Airlines today announced it will be investing some $50 million in radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to avoid losing any of the 120 million bags it handles each year. Currently, airlines are mostly tracking baggage using a hand scanner and a barcode. Show More Summary

Apple 'Cheerleader' Icahn Dumps All His Stock

Just a few years ago, Carl Icahn opened his wallet to invest in Apple, calling such a move a "no-brainer," and became what the Guardian calls a "huge cheerleader" for the tech company. But that all changed this week as the billionaire investor made a decision to dump his entire...

Japanese Lab Builds 5-Axis 3D Printer

11 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

A Japanese lab is investing some time in the possibilities of a 5-axis 3D printer. They show it printing using five axis as well as doing finish machining on a printed part. We’ve covered parts of why this is the right direction to go...Show More Summary

Retiring: The Pros and Cons of Using a Robot as an Investment Adviser

Regulators and others question whether robo-advisers, which assemble investment portfolios online, can grasp clients’ situations the way humans can.

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