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  • Delayed Heathrow Expansion Decision Will Affect Adversely

    If the government fails to take decision on the expansion of Heathrow airport, then a whopping sum of £710 million a year will be lost to the economy in northern England. This is the claim of a study for the airport. Heathrow airport that offers domestic flights to eight cities of northern England has assured

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  • Honeymoon Period Over as Markets look out for Volatile Times

    There was a clear message from the trade off in worldwide stock markets this week: The summer time rally, accelerated by optimism on central bank stimulus steps, is presently over and time has come to provide support for a period of restored volatility as well as uncertainty, according to statements from analysts. On Tuesday, Standard

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  • Chennai Retains the Third Position as the Costliest Place in India

    An average estimated increase of five percent increase in footwear and clothing and an increase of fourteen percent in the house rentals has made Chennai the third most expensive city in the nation. A New York based HR consulting firm has estimated that the city Chennai comes after Mumbai, which is the country’s costliest city

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  • United States Fall On Europe, Business Outlook

    United States fell for a 4th session as the U.S-dollar advanced on ambiguity over Europe, and engine producer Cummins Inc. decreased its sales estimate, adding to major disquiets about 2nd quarter earnings. The Chief Investment Officer at well-known Harris Private Bank, Jack Ablin, who marked up the intensified fatalities to Cummins’s reduced stance, said that

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  • IDC: Analytics a $51B business by 2016 thanks to big data

    Market concerned to the business analytics software has been improved for the year 2011 by 14 percent and it is expected to hit total revenues of $50.7 billion by 2016, and the info is according to the IDC- market research firm. The complete segment is expected to grow high at 9.8 percent per year until then,

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