United Insurance Selects iPartners' Business Intelligence Suite
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:54

United Insurance Holdings has selected iPartners' Insurance Scorecard business intelligence suite, i

Nurses can retain their insurance even in other states
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:53

Health insurance provider Lewis & Clark has merged with Sophia Palmer Nurses RRG (Risk Retention Gro

ING bank's French regions to strengthen Julius Baer
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:52

Swiss bank Julius Baer has acquired ING Bank (Switzerland) including its subsidiaries in Monaco, Jer

IBM builds data centre for an Indian bank
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:51

IBM will deploy a pre-designed and pre-fabricated data centre for India-based Karad Urban Co-operati

Standard Chartered bank adopts new enterprise-software solution
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:50

The Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) has selected enterprise-software solution Equitrak, from Vitech Sy

Business Process Management and graphic modelling could be trends for 2010
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:49

Graphic modelling could replace spreadsheets, IT research firm Gartner reports.

Switching to digital HR manuals could save the UK £300m
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:47

Replacing traditional printed manuals with interactive online HR manuals could save £300m for UK HR

Happy days for PC markets again
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:46

Worldwide PC sales witnessed a leap during the fourth quarter of 2009, according to analyst firm Gar

Intel's profit lifts Japan's Nikkei average
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:45

Intel's fourth-quarter profits have surpassed Wall Street expectations.

'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2' crosses $1bn sales
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:44

Gaming company Activision Blizzard has said that sales revenue of its shooter video game has crossed

CEDC expands vodka brand to the US
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:43

Remy Cointreau US will now import the Zubrowka brand of Vodka from the Central European Distribution

Chocolate market to remain stable in 2010
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:42

Swiss chocolate maker Barry Callebaut predicts a stable market for chocolates in 2010.

Price cuts affect Premier Food's profit
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:41

UK food manufacturer Premier Foods said its full-year pre-tax profit would be lower than market expe

Primark's new stores help ABF's profits
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:40

Associated British Foods (ABF) expects a rise in its annual profit.

Ombudsman's groceries supply code of practice begins in Feb
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:39

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills will create a new body to monitor supermarket beh

Volkswagen unveils its new compact coupe
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:38

German auto maker Volkswagen has unveiled its new 'Compact Coupe' at the North American Internationa

Navistar to develop fuel efficient super trucks
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:37

Navistar is developing a Super Truck that promises 50 per cent improvement in fuel efficiency.

Ford opts for BorgWarner's turbocharger technology
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:36

BorgWarner, a US automobile component supplier, will provide gasoline turbocharger technology for Fo

Nettbuss to run Volvo hybrids in Norway
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:35

Norway's bus operator company Nettbuss will start plying 12 hybrid Volvo buses in the country.

Kraft's Cadbury takeover a threat to 30,000 UK jobs, says union
By Staff blogger - 14 January 16:02

Kraft Foods' successful takeover of British confectionery maker Cadbury would put 30,000 UK jobs at

Obama to levy $90bn bail-out fee on banks
By Staff blogger - 14 January 14:37

It is payback time for banks in America

RBS floats £1bn fund for manufacturers
By Staff blogger - 14 January 14:05

The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has introduced a £1bn fund to provide loans to British manufacturer

UK economy has begun to grow again, says think tank
By Staff blogger - 14 January 14:03

The British economy has begun to expand again after a recession that was the worst ever since 1921,

Ferrero set to walk out of Cadbury race
By Staff blogger - 13 January 13:21

Italian chocolate-maker Ferrero is reported to be seriously considering pulling out of the bidding r

China raises banks' reserve requirements
By Staff blogger - 13 January 13:17

In a move to tighten the country’s monetary policy, China’s central bank has raised reserve requirem

'Even mum and dad would think I am overpaid': RBS chief
By Staff blogger - 13 January 13:14

The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) chief executive Stephen Hester admitted that his parents think he m

Poland views Nord Stream as a waste of money
By Staff blogger - 13 January 11:46

The Nord Stream pipeline is a waste of European consumers' money, said the Polish Foreign Minster Ra

Putin inaugurates the first section of the East Siberia-Pacific Ocean pipeline
By Staff blogger - 13 January 11:44

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin officially inaugurated the first section of the new East Siber

Swine flu, a false pandemic: Council of Europe
By Staff blogger - 13 January 11:43

The Council of Europe has alleged that pharmaceutical companies have forced the World Health Organis

Europe's cocaine users risk lives
By Staff blogger - 13 January 11:42

Researchers at the Institute of Legal Medicine in Seville, Spain found that more than three per cent

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