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A Seattle Retailer Builds on the Lessons of a Failed Store in New York by JULIE WEED


By JULIE WEED

While some customers objected to paying $44 for a candleholder, the owner remains unapologetic.

Published: July 23, 2014 at 4:00AM

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European Commission Issues New Free To Play Guidelines

If the headline didn’t grab you, dealing as it does with filthy money, horrid free-to-play games and the words ‘European Commission’, then the actual content of the new ruling will. 297 more words

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Recently I spent some time looking back at the first year of running my own business after being asked what I had learnt.

Like most lessons learnt in life whether it be academic or by experience, you can rarely just list off all of the things that you have learnt without some sort of prompt. 1,168 more words

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Geothermal Industry Grows, With Help From Oil and Gas Drilling by KATE GALBRAITH


By KATE GALBRAITH

Growth in hydraulic fracturing, the technique of extracting oil or gas from hard rock, has shortened the learning curve for the geothermal industry. 12 more words

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CHD Vann New Project in Gurgaon

CHD Developers launched a new residential Project CHD Vann Sector 71 Gurgaon.CHD Vann is providing you all kinds of luxuries like 24×7 power backup with provisions for lifts, automotive parking, and trendy building, natatorium with jogging track and a lot of luxury facilities and services in Gurgaon. 83 more words

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AP Source: Thieves Got Into 1K StubHub Accounts

NEW YORK (AP) – A law enforcement official and online marketplace StubHub say cyber thieves got into more than 1,000 customers’ accounts and fraudulently bought tickets for events. 115 more words

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Youth unemployment pushes graduates to start up own businesses

Youth unemployment pushes graduates to start up own businesses

Some experts say trend reflects changing world of work. Read more http://www.theguardian.com/business/2014/may/12/youth-unemployment-graduates-start-up-own-businesses