Weekly CEO News from Richard Ingram
November 2013

Choosing the right point-of-sale (POS) system is critical to a business’ success. An alternative to traditional cash registers and credit card readers, POS systems offer advanced capabilities beyond the ability to collect payments. POS systems also make business owners’ lives

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OAO Rostelecom (RTKM) Chief Executive Officer Sergey Kalugin made his case for the planned combination of the state-run phone company’s mobile assets with Tele2 Russia, saying the deal will boost their competitiveness. “Combining our mobile assets with Tele2 Russia, we will increase

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As the days get shorter and the calendar moves closer to a new year, many begin to think about their new-year resolutions and plan for how to start things off right in January. Ideally, before you jump ahead to 2014,

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Google Glass isn’t even readily available to the public yet and it’s already been banned in certain places. If you’re not keeping up with the times, I’m going to go into explaining what Google Glass or Google Glasses actually are. Basically, Google Glass

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When seeking a job, the most powerful and essential tool you will need will be your resume or CV (curriculum vitae). It is basically a listing of your past work experiences, qualifications and a bit of personal information. Your resume

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U.S. stocks advanced, sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average to a record close, as Federal Reserve officials said economic weakness warrants continued stimulus and investors await data this week on jobs and growth. Microsoft Corp. climbed 4.2 percent as Nomura Holdings Inc.

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More and more companies are allowing their employees to work from home. These companies have found that it’s a great way to please their employees, and it’s also a great way to cut overhead costs. If you are working from

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In June, the Chinese government made a fruitless attempt to curb the nation’s increasing dependency on credit. By August, loans from shadow banks reached an all time high. If lending continues at this rate, the Chinese economy is heading for

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Vampires, werewolves — that’s kid stuff compared to seeing a frighteningly empty bank account. It was an all-you-can-eat buffet, costing around $12.95, as Mim King recalls. About 10 years ago, King, a professional organizer and money manager in St. Paul,

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