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Egypt has been seeking foreign investments for the Suez Canal Economic Zone

Egypt’s Minister of Investment Sahar Nasr said that cooperation is ongoing between the ministry and the General Authority for the Suez Canal Economic Zone to attract nearly $30 billion in foreign direct investment to be allocated to infrastructure and logistics hubs in the Suez Canal Economic Zone within five years. The

Google has found Russian ads related to 2016 election

Google has identified tens of thousands of dollars in ad buys by Russian accounts that used YouTube or Google advertising to try to spread misinformation and sow discord in American politics, sources familiar with the company's investigation told CNN. REported on CNN. These accounts used YouTube, Google search advertising, Gmail advertising

How to Weigh the Odds of a Stock-Market Crash

Be on your guard in coming days against those drawing the wrong investment lessons from the 1987 stock-market crash—the 30th anniversary of which we “celebrate” on Oct. 19. Many will no doubt overstate the likelihood of another crash, citing the longevity of the current bull market and equities’ overvaluation. Others will

Automated Budgeting, Forecasting and Business Intelligence in a Manufacturing Environment

In a typical manufacturing company, it is common to see full automation in the areas of inventory control, production control (e.g., shop floor control, scheduling, capacity planning) and of course the common functions of sales orders, purchasing (with or without MRP), accounts receivable, accounts payable and general ledger. Published on business