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Nissan Reports Nine-Month Results for Fiscal Year 2016

Nissan Reports Nine-Month Results for Fiscal Year 2016

YOKOHAMA, Japan – Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. today announced financial results for the nine-month period to December 31, 2016. “In the first nine months of the fiscal year, Nissan generated an operating profit of 503.2 billion yen, which represents a 6.1% margin on net revenues of 8.26 trillion yen,” said Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “Although these results reflect continued currency headwinds, we remain confident of achieving our ...

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Travel Protector Plus: Securing You on Overseas Travels

Travel Protector Plus: Securing You on Overseas Travels

Have you ever thought of travelling abroad but still contemplating due to the fact that your personal safety and financial security are in jeopardy? A travel insurance will perfectly answers your needs towards your problem. There is an insurance company in the Philippines that offers the best deals for your travel necessities and can also be your partner insurance for every trip that you make abroad. Liberty Insurance Corporation Travel ...

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Travel Ensured and Assured: Why Get a Travel Insurance?

Travel Ensured and Assured: Why Get a Travel Insurance?

Having a travel insurance has lots of advantages.Did you know that you can rely on a travel insurance in your upcoming tours? Availing your own travel insurance is worth paying for especially if you have a lot of destinations in mind. Aside from lessening your troubles, travel insurance promises to give your money back if something unexpected happens while you are on your trip. Here are three main reasons on ...

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How to be Financially Ready for Christmas

How to be Financially Ready for Christmas

Mary Rae Floresca| Negosentro.com Going on a holiday break? ‘Tis the season to go splurging-or not. Here’s how to prepare financially for those Christmas wish lists, treats and travel. It’s the start of ‘ber’ months, and if you haven’t saved enough already, it is not too late to save more cash with these tipid tips. 1. Re-use teabags/make your own coffee If you’re a tea/coffee drinker, then you might be ...

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The Benefits of Paperless Payroll

The Benefits of Paperless Payroll

By Ann Gabriel | Negosentro.com Going paperless is not new to the ear, thanks to the continual growth and industrialization. More businesses are reducing their paper usage and instead, turning to the dependable, organizational benefits of web-based business solutions. This includes records, data and better systems. Why go paperless payroll? Let’s face it. We don’t like keeping too much paper in our desk – and that includes copies of our pay slips. ...

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Confessions of Online Shopaholics

Confessions of Online Shopaholics

By Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com Sophie Kinsella’s Rebecca Bloomwood from the book Confessions of a Shopaholic is probably the most popular example of any impulsive buyer. She’s been splurging on material things, anything that she likes when she passes by boutique. Now, there are many people like her, the difference is, they splurge while in the couch and the items are just a click away from their fingertips.   ...

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Hilsoft releases accounting-in-a-snap for SMEs in the Philippines

Hilsoft releases accounting-in-a-snap for SMEs in the Philippines

By Roxanne Joyce Malabanan | via Negosentro.com | Are you a start-up entrepreneur who seeks for the most efficient way to optimize your business operations? Well, you’re in for the real deal with Hilsoft Snap Accounting System. See your cash flow, accounts receivable and inventory real-time in just a SNAP. Need not to waste so much money on other expensive Accounting System features you don’t even need. Save up big ...

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What Back up Options Keep Your Business Assets Safe?

What Back up Options Keep Your Business Assets Safe?

Negosentro.com | Every business needs a back-up option, in case of serious earthquakes on the financial market. Keeping all the money necessary for your business operations on your bank accounts is a bad choice, because it could lose its value overnight. Instead of exposing years of their hard work to such risks, every businessperson should consider investing in different tangible goods that will keep the value of the invested money. ...

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Atradius Report: Around 40% of the total value of B2B invoices in Western Europe in default

Atradius Report:  Around 40% of the total value of B2B invoices in Western Europe in default

Hong Kong, 28 April 2015 – Despite notable differences in the insolvency environment across countries, B2B payment default rates in Western Europe remain significant. This is expected to slow the still weak economic recovery, particularly of the Eurozone, and keep insolvency rates well above 2007 levels. Around 40% of the total value of domestic and foreign B2B invoices issued by respondents of the latest edition of the Atradius Payment Practices Barometer survey ...

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10 Ways To a Debt-Free Life

10 Ways To a Debt-Free Life

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Insurance Woes Plague Growth of Rideshare Firms

Insurance Woes Plague Growth of Rideshare Firms

by Lauren Hockenson | shared from Gigaom.com | Rideshare companies are struggling to navigate the nuances of auto insurance policies, which currently leave drivers to rely on personal insurance in between rides. While ridesharing companies like Uber, Lyft and Sidecar continue to expand their reach, the biggest threat to their success could be the mundane task of owning auto insurance. According to a report from Reuters, the nuances of insurance policies are preventing ...

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These 8 Careers Are Worth the Price of College Admission

These 8 Careers Are Worth the Price of College Admission

by Dawn Dugan | shared from Salary.com Is College Still Worth the Money? Maybe. As the cost of education continues to skyrocket and job prospects remain less than robust in a tough economy, the answer to the question, “What are you majoring in?” seems more important than ever. There’s no getting around it. Education is expensive. A four-year degree at a public university costs, on average, $37,343, while an education at a private ...

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