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Tips and Tricks for Planning Your First African Safari

Are you planning a vacation to Africa and not sure what to expect? Fortunately, African safaris are not as dangerous or scary as they are dramatized to be, and there are some very simple steps you can take to prepare for the best trip possible. Here are some tips and tricks for planning your first [&hellip

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Don’t Miss the Boat! Tips for Last-Minute Cruise Preparation

Planning to take a cruise for your next vacation? Did you know you can save a bundle if you take advantage of a last-minute cruise deal? However, with last-minute cruise deals come last-minute cruise preparation, so before you snag that cheap Caribbean cruise that departs in 10 days, make sure you’re prepared to go. Here [&hellip

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Going green in your office

When it comes to green living, most ideas relate to residential life. But most of us spend 40 hours or more in the office every week, so it makes sense to push for green initiatives at work. Regardless of the size of your office, you can make steps to go green and benefit the environment. [&hellip

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Britain Emerges as Leaders for Outsourcing in Europe

Business Process outsourcing is just a way to hire a company that would deal with matters that is actually governed by some another one. Initially, this remained confined to companies that dealt with manufacturing, but lately it has matured to a greater level.  It comprises of Human resource financing and accounting, these are the backbone [&hellip

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Welcome to Building Windows 8

Building the next release of Microsoft Windows is an industry-wide effort that Microsoft approaches with a strong sense of responsibility and humility. Windows 8 reimagines Windows for a new generation of computing devices, and will be the very best operating system for hundreds of millions of PCs, new and old, used by well over a billion people [&hellip

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Protection for Holiday Makers Set to Increase

Wednesday saw a stir in the travel industry as Sussex-based tour operator, Holidays 4 UK, which specialised in trips to Turkey, collapsed into administration. Meanwhile the chief executive of Thomas Cook, which owns ski operator Neilson, stepped down following a drop in shares of nearly 50 per cent since the company issued a profits warning [&hellip

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Money Fund Assets Fall To $2.568T In Latest Week

Total U.S. money market mutual fund assets fell $65.84 billion to $2.568 trillion for the week that ended Wednesday, the Investment Company Institute said Thursday. Assets of the nation’s retail money market mutual funds rose by $11.41 billion to $930.85 billion, while assets of institutional money market funds fell $77.25 billion to $1.637 trillion, the Washington-based mutual fund trade group said Thursday

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Wall Street Wave Bites Sensex, Markets Tank Over 400 Points

It is a bloodbath on D-street. The markets took a big knock following a crash in global markets on fears of the world’s largest economy—US seeing another recession despite the recent increase in debt limit. The 50-share NSE Nifty was struggling to hold the 5200-levels. It was trading at 5,199, down 131 points and the [&hellip

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Wall Street Numbers Plunge

The closing bell couldn’t come soon enough on Wall Street Thursday, as the market took a huge dive. The numbers tell the story – investors could only watch as the Dow Jones plunged more than 500 points. The dramatic drop has investors full of questions

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After Bruising Debt Battle, Obama Pivots to Jobs

  WASHINGTON — Admitting a bruising debt-limit battle has likely hampered US recovery, President Barack Obama urged polarized lawmakers to help the job-hungry economy put out the “now hiring” sign. Stung by the bitter feud, Obama is eager to change the subject to economic growth and putting Americans back to work. “In the coming months,” [&hellip

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