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China’s Business Practices With The US

China’s Business Practices With The US

China and the United States have had a rocky and often times strained relationship with each other. Even though China is on the other side of the world and at times, has come under harsh criticism for its beliefs, the United States still opts to make products there. Since 1971, when China finally joined the UN, business has been outsourced from all over the world to them. Most of the time, all that... [Read more]

Motivation in Management

Motivation in Management

What motivation does for management can be spectacular sometimes – it helps your employees reach their goals and objectives. You can usually find two types of employees in an organization: one of them has some internal self motivation, while the other one will only need motivation from time to time. Motivation can be temporary and external. If you’re dealing with the second employee type, emotions... [Read more]

Failure and Success in Business

Failure and Success in Business

A few years back, when I started my first company, I really missed a real business plan. Actually, I didn’t even know what that was. Trying to look back at that time, it’s actually kind of scary thinking about it and that decision wasn’t very smart. Ask any business expert out there and he will tell you that you should always have a business plan for your company and if you don’t have it, the... [Read more]



Use Wireless Credit Card Processing as a Business Edge

Guest post Provided by Charge.com Payment Solutions, Inc. Charge.com is a company that offers wireless credit card processing to small businesses, while providing low costs and flexible options. Visit the Charge.com website for more information. As a business owner, you probably have the mindset of a money saver. You probably place significance on the ability to get the most value out of every dollar... [Read more]


Three Reasons to Switch from Cash-Only Business

Cash only businesses used to be the norm, but there are many reasons why businesses are beginning to transition out of these models. If your business is slow to adopt credit card processing services, there’s more reason than ever to consider making that switch. You do end up paying small fees on each transaction, but once you understand the system you pay less for a lot less liability. Here are three... [Read more]


Protecting Mobile Money Transfers Across the Globe

One of the challenges a payment processing company faces is how to move money securely around the world. As you can imagine, if the transfer has to go through multiple stopping points, there is an increased risk to hackers. A variety of important regulations and agreements must be reached to allow these transfers. Security At the basic level, a payment processor can provide secure means to transfer... [Read more]


The Basics of Bitcoin

Bitcoin is an important emerging technology that doesn’t quite have a clearly defined path, but still represents an interesting technological leap forward. It’s an anonymous currency that relies on semi-voluntary transmission of a completely digital currency. In BitCoin, there is no central authority to guide transactions. Value is determined by the literal time and effort it takes to acquire a... [Read more]


Lower Costs for a High Risk Merchant Account

Learn more about what a high risk account is, and what that means for your business. If you’re a merchant in entertainment, or someone who sells intangible goods, then you might be viewed as a high risk. There are other factors, such as the history of your business and the volume of goods you sell, but being high risk isn’t the end of the world. High risk merchant accounts are just a part of the... [Read more]


Tips to Reduce Your Operating Expenses

Any growing business will need to hire more personnel to scale. The customer should be top priority, and you can’t provide a level of quality service without the personnel to back it up. You might be able to cut hours, but cutting people won’t help you grow. Here are other methods you can take to try and reduce operating expenses, freeing up cash to spend on making your business successful. Make... [Read more]




BATS founder pushes for IPO despite "freak" glitch

NEW YORK (Reuters) – BATS Global Markets, the U.S. exchange operator that withdrew its public offering Friday after a computer glitch sent its newly-issued stock into a tailspin, should develop a “credible IPO plan” and go through with it in the second quarter, its founder and current director said. BATS’ own stock was to be its first listing. View original post here:  BATS... [Read more]


U.S. World Bank pick to win broad support: Geithner

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Jim Yong Kim, the U.S. nominee to lead the World Bank, will win broad international support despite an unprecedented challenge by candidates from emerging economies, U.S. Read the original here: U.S. World Bank pick to win broad support: Geithner  Read More →


U.S. World Bank pick to win broad support: Geithner

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Jim Yong Kim, the U.S. nominee to lead the World Bank, will win broad international support despite an unprecedented challenge by candidates from emerging economies, U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said in an interview. Read more:  U.S. World Bank pick to win broad support: Geithner  Read More →


U.S. World Bank pick to win broad support: Geithner

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Jim Yong Kim, the U.S. nominee to lead the World Bank, will win broad international support despite an unprecedented challenge by candidates from emerging economies, U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said in an interview. More: U.S. World Bank pick to win broad support: Geithner  Read More →


U.S. World Bank pick to win broad support: Geithner

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Jim Yong Kim, the U.S. nominee to lead the World Bank, will win broad international support despite an unprecedented challenge by candidates from emerging economies, U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said in an interview. Originally posted here:  U.S. World Bank pick to win broad support: Geithner  Read More →