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Twitter reports loss of USD 645 million – changes imminent

Just three months after Twitter’s flotation on the New York Stock Exchange, the microblogging site has reported a net loss for 2013 totalling USD...

Gulf Union Plans Slow To A Crawl

Plans to transform a group of nations across North Africa and the Middle East into a European style political and economic union are stalling. Rulers...

Airbus vs. Boeing 2013

The numbers are out on one of the most expensive industries in modern day, airplanes. Boeing and Airbus are the biggest manufacturers of planes, which...

London Tops The World As The Best Place To Invest

London’s property scene has boomed in recent years to deliver stellar performances for real estate investors and it’s now been given another vote of...

Property Investment – What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Property investors are always being urged to follow the mantra of ‘location, location, location’ when searching for potential investments but three recent stories reaffirm...

HSBC changes withdrawal limits after customer outrage

HSBC customers told Radio 4's Money Box radio programme they had been stopped from withdrawing large sums of cash due to lack of evidence...

Saving for retirement when self-employed: USA

Whilst being your own boss no doubt has its merits, being self-employed can also create problems. Specifically, a self-employed individual has to take much greater...

Digital Firms Lobby Against International Tax Rules

Just as the financial world is coming to grips with the implications of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), a new tax regime...

Sands denies Standard Chartered takeover talk at WEF

The chief executive of Standard Chartered has said speculation over a takeover of the bank is "rubbish" – and despite problems, the Asia-focused bank...

Boosted by consumer sales, Microsoft beats forecasts

The world's largest software firm has beaten expectations for the last quarter of 2013. Boosted by strong software sales and business services, Microsoft reported a...

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Spending Cash Is Becoming A Thing Of The Past

The days of handing over cash could be numbered as the economy is in a shift to digitisation, warn campaigners.

Business Angels In Call To Ditch EU Investment Handicaps

Fund managers are worried that a Brexit trade deal will see the government scrap or restrict tax breaks on hugely successful investment schemes that...

Global Giant Shuts Poor Performing Funds

Investors choosing to pull their cash from wealth manager Jupiter have triggered the closure of two under performing funds. The global investment giant has announced...

Super Tax Refunds On The Way For 2.6m Aussie Savers

Millions of Australian superannuation savers are set to pick up a surprise cash payment from the taxman. Around 2.6 million saving for retirement in a...

Builders Scamming Online Find-A-Trader Sites

Unscrupulous builders are scamming online find-a-trader platforms by bribing customers to post fake reviews, a web site owner claims. Even though thousands of home owners...
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