Business

There is a huge divide between those that employ and those that are employed.  Vision, patience, determination, resources, leadership, funding… so many factors which define an employer or an employee.

In the USA, we enjoy an atmosphere that can foster entrepreneurs.  From corporate startups to home-based businesses, before you jump in, you need to gather some data.

Here, we will discuss some of the How’s involved in business.

How To Start An MLM

Reuters Today: Greece to meet its paymasters

Reuters Today: Greece to meet its paymasters
Aug. 20 – Greek Prime Minister Samaras meets Eurogroup head Jean-Claude Juncker, France’s Hollande and Germany’s Merkel this week as shuttle diplomacy picks up pace ahead of a crunch September.


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Jim Rogers on China’s ascension, Wall Street’s downfall and Obama’s failures

Jim Rogers on China’s ascension, Wall Street’s downfall and Obama’s failures
Jim Rogers, CEO of Rogers Holdings and author of “Street Smarts,” tells Reuters Consumer News Editor Chrystia Freeland that China will ride out internal issues to lead the world. Rogers also says that Wall Street’s ways will erode its stature and President Obama’s ideas for reviving the economy will fail.


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BNY Mellon revenue falls 1 percent; tax case triggers loss

BNY Mellon revenue falls 1 percent; tax case triggers loss

A BNY Mellon sign is seen on their headquarters in New York's financial district(Reuters) – BNY Mellon Corp said on Wednesday that first-quarter revenue fell 1 percent as the world's largest custody bank reported a loss due to a high-stakes tax battle with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. BNY Mellon's net loss of $266 million, or 23 cents a share, reflected a U.S. Tax Court decision announced in February that triggered a previously announced $854 million charge against profits. In the year-earlier quarter, BNY Mellon reported net income of $619 million, or 52 cents a share. …

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Business News Headlines – Yahoo! News

Daily Digit: Europe's car slump

Daily Digit: Europe's car slump
Sept 17 – A 4.9 percent fall in European car sales drags shares lower as investors take a back seat before the U.S Fed meeting. The drop was led by Peugeot Citroen, which lost ground to premium and Asian rivals. Ciara Sutton reports.


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Breakingviews: Macau gambling juggernaut losing steam

Breakingviews: Macau gambling juggernaut losing steam
July 2 – Online betting connected to the World Cup may have been a one-off drag on Macau gaming revenues, but there’s no denying their record-breaking growth run is drawing to a close, says Peter Thal Larsen.


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Reuters Video: Business

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Eyes of the world on Greece

Eyes of the world on Greece

Greek flag flutters next to a statue of ancient Goddess Athena in central AthensA similar meeting last week, marking Greek finance chief Yanis Varoufakis' debut, got nowhere over seven hours of talks. The euro zone could move a little in that direction but Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is likely to have to move considerably further from where he is now. The European Central Bank has kept the pressure on and could possibly pull the plug on emergency support for Greek banks, without which they will collapse, if there is no progress toward a deal. Last week, the ECB made available a further 5 billion euros of Emergency Lending Assistance (ELA).

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Business News Headlines – Yahoo! News

Here's what a trip to the World Trade Center will cost you

Here's what a trip to the World Trade Center will cost you
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Latest financial news – CNNMoney.com

What can you learn from Mr. Efficient Markets now?

What can you learn from Mr. Efficient Markets now?
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Latest financial news – CNNMoney.com

Italy bids to borrow €20bln for ailing banks

Italy bids to borrow €20bln for ailing banks
Italy’s government is to seek parliamentary approval to hike national debt by up to 20 billion euros to cover any eventual operation to stabilise the banking system. As David Pollard reports, it comes as the government is widely expected to have to step in to save Monte dei Paschi di Siena, which must raise 5 billion euros in capital by the end of the year or face being wound down.

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Reuters Video: Business

New Nokia, Apple deal ends bitter dispute

New Nokia, Apple deal ends bitter dispute
Nokia has settled its legal battle with Apple with a new patent licence agreement and also signed a business deal with the U.S. giant. As Laura Frykberg reports, the deal surprised investors who had expected the dispute to drag on.

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Reuters Video: Business

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