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Most organizations have policies and procedures. If you\'re not sure what they are, a quick glance at the employee handbook will inform you of the rules as well as the expectations for codes of
Markit\'s purchasing managers\' index (PMI) measure of output in the eurozone\'s manufacturing sectors fell to a figure of 50.7 in August, according to the final estimate.
“I\'m not really an advocate of buying whisky and flipping it,“ said Heather Greene, director of whisky education at the Flatiron Room in Manhattan. “But I\'m getting questions from people asking
Rona Fairhead, former boss of the Financial Times Group, will become the new chairman of the BBC Trust, the body which oversees the publicly-funded British broadcaster, the BBC reported on Saturday.
British supermarket giant Tesco plunged deeper into crisis on Friday after issuing yet another profits warning, cutting both its dividend and capital expenditure, and rushing in its new chief
Volkswagen\'s premium brand Audi will recall 70,000 cars world wide because of a potential fault with the brake booster, a spokesman for the company said on Friday.
Gold hardly moved on Friday but was on track for its first monthly gain since June after some investors ditched equities and poured their money back into gold due to growing tensions between Russia
The US economy rebounded more strongly than initially thought in the second quarter with more of the growth being driven by domestic demand and less by restocking by businesses.
The US economy rebounded more strongly than initially thought in the second quarter with more of the growth being driven by domestic demand and less by restocking by businesses.
It\'s a deal that\'s left everyone unhappy, except perhaps the few corporate honchos who executed it.
Global fashion chain Zara, owned by Spain’s Inditex, pulled from sale on Wednesday a striped children’s top decorated with a large six-pointed star after it was likened to uniforms worn by Jewish
Australian airlines Qantas Airways Ltd and Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd said passengers can use smartphones and tablets throughout flights from Tuesday after a regulator relaxed a ban on electronic
Australian airlines Qantas Airways Ltd and Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd said passengers can use smartphones and tablets throughout flights from Tuesday after a regulator relaxed a ban on electronic
The United States, which is suing Standard & Poor\'s for $5 billion over its credit ratings, said on Monday it is confident that documents the rating agency wants for its defense will not show that the
The United States, which is suing Standard & Poor\'s for $5 billion over its credit ratings, said on Monday it is confident that documents the rating agency wants for its defense will not show that the
Toyota Motor Corp is bringing back the Land Cruiser 70 in Japan, catering to nostalgic demand for the rugged off-roader that\'s favored for challenging terrains and as an aid agency vehicle in disaster
Toyota Motor Corp is bringing back the Land Cruiser 70 in Japan, catering to nostalgic demand for the rugged off-roader that\'s favored for challenging terrains and as an aid agency vehicle in disaster
Burger King Worldwide is in talks to buy Canadian coffee and doughnut chain Tim Horton\'s, according to the Wall Street Journal, in a deal that would be structured as a tax inversion to move the
Burger King Worldwide is in talks to buy Canadian coffee and doughnut chain Tim Horton\'s, according to the Wall Street Journal, in a deal that would be structured as a tax inversion to move the
The Tata Group, one of Britain\'s largest employers in the manufacturing sector, has warned the government over its commercial tax rates system, saying it is making Britain less attractive for the
The Tata Group, one of Britain\'s largest employers in the manufacturing sector, has warned the government over its commercial tax rates system, saying it is making Britain less attractive for the
China has sought private investment in its tightly controlled loss making railway sector, as it presses ahead with its costly high speed rail projects at home and abroad.
China has sought private investment in its tightly controlled loss making railway sector, as it presses ahead with its costly high speed rail projects at home and abroad.
Here are the 10 most expensive whiskies in the world.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc has agreed to a settlement worth $1.2 billion to resolve a US regulator\'s claims the bank sold Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac faulty mortgage bonds, the regulator announced on