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Amazon set to expand in London

Online retail company Amazon is set to expand in London to help bolster their delivery business. The decision to set up a presence in the United Kingdom was based on the country’s already established digital media sector. Article © AHN – All Rights Reserved Economy, Business And Finance Stories

Encyclopedia Britannica shelves print edition after 244 years

Diane Alter – AHN News Reporter Chicago, IL, United States (AHN) – The Encyclopedia Britannica is shelving its print edition after 244 years. The iconic thick tomes are officially old school. The Encyclopedia Britannica, which has been in continuous print since it was first published in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1768, announced Tuesday that it is […]

Get fully automated day trading system

Get fully automated day trading system Article by Jessisa Thomson FX Forex Trading is one of the well known and established names in the field of day trading. With in their many years of experience and know how they certainly gain a remarkable stand in the market as well as in the eyes of their […]

Holiday spending gets big boost

Canadians visited malls and online retailers in droves during Black Friday and Cyber Monday events this year, driving a significant boost in sales for retailers in contrast to earlier predictions that holiday spending could be weak. View full post on Canada Business Stories

Crosby returns to finance with online motoring venture

Sir James Crosby has made his first move back into the world of finance since stepping down as deputy chairman of the Financial Services Authority (FSA) under a cloud more than two years ago. View full post on UK Business Stories

PayPal ending money market fund

Online money movement service PayPal is ending its Money Market accounts. In an email that PayPal Money Market Fund customers reported receiving, PayPal said it was closing its Money Market Fund effective Wednesday. View full post on Banking Stories

Iceland to repay Britain $3.45 billion debt due to Icesave Bank failure

Iceland will start repaying a $3.45 billion (EUR 2.6 billion) from Britain in 2016. Reykjavik owed the amount to London after the online Icesave Bank failed two years ago. View full post on Banking Stories

Credit card holders spending £200 a month online

Nearly three-quarters of credit card-holders regularly use their plastic to buy things online, spending an average of nearly £200 a month. Related Stories Save £67m by sending Christmas cards second class Sportingbet sees smartphone boom Average pay rises remain ‘below inflation’ Dixons cuts losses but sales slow ‘We’re worried about cash – but not saving […]

David Cohen Leads Investor’s Through The Web’s Best Online Penny Stock Newsletter

Knowledge is power, especially when you’re buying and trading stocks. It’s just as important to know a company inside out as it is to know the market. Nowhere is this truer than in the world of penny stocks, where low-value stocks can rapidly expand in value, sometimes becoming some of the most highly profitable stocks […]