For any business one of the top costs that you have to contend with are those classed as operational, as the cost of keeping a business up and running can quickly add up. Even small businesses face high operating costs because they have the same basic needs as any major company.
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Dating websites are quickly gaining in popularity as more and more people try them out and find positive results. The reason that there are now so many people finding their lifelong partners online is due to the fact that they are able to connect with a wider range of people that they otherwise would have been . . . → Read More: The best dating sites in the UK
Former political prisoner and Nobel Peace laureate Aung San Suu Kyi received a standing ovation after her maiden speech to an international audience at the World Economic Forum in Bangkok. She has been a crusader for democracy in her country, Myanmar, since 1988 but has spent 24 years in isolation including 15 years under house arrest . . . → Read More: Aung San Suu Kyi receives standing ovation after maiden speech
Wonga, the payday lender, has been heavily criticised by the industry watchdog for using misleading and aggressive methods of debt collection. The watchdog stated that in some letters the company sent out to people who owed the money, they said that the customer might have been committing fraud. The letters were sent to people who had . . . → Read More: OFT criticise Wonga for aggressive debt collection
A student, Liam Stacey, posted a racist and offensive comment on Twitter against Fabrice Muamda after he collapsed on the pitch in a football game recently. He was jailed for the comments for 56 days, although he only served half of this.
He has also faced additional consequences as he has been thrown out of Swansea University. . . . → Read More: Student pays a hefty price for racist comments made on Twitter
The title doesn’t give you any clues, so there’s only one way to find out what Favour Farm is all about, and that’s to come and pay a visit. Favour Farm was founded in 2012, but is already shaping up to be an interesting news blog.
‘Random’ is the buzz word here, so you can expect stories . . . → Read More: Welcome
Over the first quarter of 2012, the British PC market has seen a small increase in the amount of shipments that went out, according to preliminary numbers that were released from Gartner. Despite this fact, Western Europe on the whole saw a three percent decrease in their amount of shipments due to the distressed markets in . . . → Read More: Desktop PC sales rise in the first quarter of 2012
Facebook is testing a new feature that will allow users to pay if they want to promote or highlight posts. After paying a nominal fee, users can make sure that friends, colleagues, and family members see the information that they post on their timeline by making it more visible. Right now however, only members in New . . . → Read More: Facebook looking at ways for users to pay to highlight posts
Cities across the country are upgrading their facilities to increase their focus on digital forensics. Everyone knows about CSI and while the results on the show might not be the same as what they are in real life, the technology featured in the program is mostly available in society today. Scientists are constantly trying to figure . . . → Read More: Upgrading Digital Forensics in your City
Owning a successful business is not as simple as just setting up a website and calling yourself a business, although many people would like to think it is. While there is a small chance that you could find success with just a menial website and a product idea, you will have better luck attempting to win . . . → Read More: A look at Teneric UK free templates