Legacy tech companies have been scooping up smaller cloud and software providers in massive deals throughout 2018. The consolidation comes as older enterprise tech companies strive to stay relevant against the juggernaut of Amazon Web Services, as well as Google‘s well-funded cloud play and a rising crop of nimble venture-backed start-ups. On Sunday, SAP became
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Americans have, on average, more than three credit cards each. Many also have debit cards, flexible spending cards and other accounts that are all associated with a unique 16-digit number that enables transactions. Plus, most popular virtual payment methods now use so-called tokenization, which means that there are additional unique numbers tied to your account.
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Photographer: Qilai Shen/Bloomberg© 2018 Bloomberg Finance LP The China trade war has touched many American companies this earning reporting season. But it didn’t touch American technology giant Qualcomm. On Wednesday, Qualcomm reported sales and earnings results that got a boost from its partnerships with Chinese mobile phone makers like Xiaomi Corp, Vivo, Oppo and OnePlus, which
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Each state in our union handles state taxation of 1031 exchanges differently, as each state has its own requirements pertaining to state tax withholding, clawback rules, filing deadlines and other aspects of an exchange. Sometimes, as in the case of California regarding clawback provisions, certain states stand out for their treatment of a particular issue.
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High Income Professionals can build wealth by following a few simple guidelinesGetty To the average American, the title of this post sounds silly. She may wonder, “Isn’t someone with a high income already wealthy?” This person has not yet learned a critical distinction and an important lesson in building wealth–income is not wealth. The most
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