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Date: 2013-01-28
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New Year's Resolution: Make 2013 The Year of the Customer
The year 2012 was a whirlwind of influences on the business landscape-some of them good and some of them not so good. The fiscal cliff, the Presidential election, an anemic economic recovery and Hurricane Sandy's effects on business are a few things that come to mind. Despite the ever-changing business landscape, one central tenet always rings true: keep your customers happy.

Analysis: In Davos, world seeks U.S. engagement
US-DAVOS-GEOPOLITICS:Analysis: In Davos, world seeks U.S. engagement
By Paul Taylor

DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - As President Barack Obama starts his second term, the world's business and political elite pines for greater American engagement to tackle a thicket of security challenges.

From Syria to Mali, from Iran to the South Ch...


Analysis: In Davos, world seeks U.S. engagement
US-DAVOS-GEOPOLITICS:Analysis: In Davos, world seeks U.S. engagement
By Paul Taylor

DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - As President Barack Obama starts his second term, the world's business and political elite pines for greater American engagement to tackle a thicket of security challenges.

From Syria to Mali, from Iran to the South Ch...


As world of gadgets grows, online industry tunes in to video ads
US-VIDEO-ADS:As world of gadgets grows, online industry tunes in to video ads
By Alexei Oreskovic

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Internet video ads, long a sideshow in the online advertising market, are gaining in importance to marketers and Web publishers as they look to capitalize on consumers' changing viewing habits and tap a $70 billion television market.

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Exclusive: Goldman finds a way past Volcker with new credit fund
US-GOLDMANFUND-VOLCKER:Exclusive: Goldman finds a way past Volcker with new credit fund
By Matthew Goldstein and Emily Flitter

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs Group is looking to raise up to $600 million from its wealthy customers for a publicly traded credit fund that will provide loans to mid-sized companies - believed to be the first fund of its kind for the Wall Street...


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