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  1. Certified Financial Planner (CFP) salary

    Individuals with the Certified Financial Planner designation enjoy an above-average salary range as well as promising current ...
  2. What kind of training do I need for a career in business analytics?

    Learn all about the types of skills and training that can prepare you for a career in the fast-growing field of business ...
  3. What is the internet sector?

    Learn what products and services comprise the Internet sector and some of the key companies that shape it. Also what part ...
  4. Number One Country For Tech Start-Ups: U.S.A

    U.S. tech companies are receiving increased levels of investor funding. In 2014, the number of mega-deals for such ventures ...
  5. How Oracle Will Face Its Coming Challenges

    Very few tech companies can do what Oracle Corp. has done, having grown revenue nearly 15% a year for the past decade, and ...
  6. Overlooked Israel Is A Portfolio Growth Engine

    While it’s often overlooked, Israel could be one of the best destinations for your portfolio dollar. Its high-tech economy ...
  7. Big Dividends From Big Data

    As internet traffic continues to skyrocket, the datacenter operators are poised to be a backdoor player in the growth of ...
  8. The Big Play In Big Data

    Given just how technology oriented our lives are becoming, the amount of data we are creating is staggering. But in that ...
  9. Oracle Shows More Strength Than Expected (ORCL, CRM, MSFT, CSCO)

    Oracle keeps delivering.
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