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EUR Game plan has not changed

Today is a big day for public strikes in the Eurozone. Spanish and Portuguese workers have managed to hold their first coordinated general strike. Unions in the neighboring countries of France, Italy and Greece are also planning work stoppages as part of a ?European day of Action and Solidarity.? One cannot underestimate the social cost of the spending and tax cuts of the individual countries austerity programs. Many on the ground level believe that these programs are only bringing further...


Telecom News Bulletin: Best iPhone Apps for Business Management

With the market getting highly competitive, customers are becoming more impatient. If you take a lot of time to respond to their demands, there are too many options available for them out there to switch. Having your business with you on-the-go is fast becoming a necessity for business owners. This makes the applications available on mobile phones today a big hit. These apps provide business managers an opportunity to manage their business from anywhere, anytime. They can have...


Telecom News Bulletin: Benefits of the Telephone Answering Services

To have an impactful presence in the corporate world, you need to continuously find ways to secure a competitive edge over other businesses. Many small businesses in the quest to strengthen presence only focus on big details and miss out on the small ones that can help them breakthrough and rise as a powerful entity. The myopic approach of small businesses is often the real reason for their failure. For a successful business, the best approach is a customer-centric approach. Your...


How Will Currencies Respond if THIS Happens'

Everybody knows that most major economies carry a monumental amount of public debt. In fact, there is very little realistic chance that these obligations will be paid off and not only in case of Greece, Spain or Italy. In some countries, central banks have become the largest holders of national debt, largely through easing operations meant to stimulate economies. In essence, governments are borrowing from other government institutions, which are ?printing money' and putting these debentures...


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