Aker Philadelphia Shipyard Needs Financial Aid To Survive

Aker Philadelphia Shipyard is in dear need of financial help. The shipyard has to be able to successfully finish its next projects or otherwise it is likely to close. “If they don’t build these next two ships, this yard is shutting down,” said Manuel “Manny” Stamatakis, chairman of the Philadelphia Shipyard Development Corp. The Navy Yard company once employed 1,000 workers but now needs to be able to construct two...

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Three Gold Coast Homes Sold For $10 Million

The Palazzo Versace was filled with satisfaction and an upbeat atmosphere. Three of the finest homes at the Gold Coast in Australia were sold for a total of approximately $10 million. Ray White Surfers Paradise Group organized the event and was pleased with an increased number of bids compared to the same event a year ago. CEO Andrew Bell explained that selling high-end homes in Australia is not as easy as selling regular homes on the real...

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Amazon – Victim of Hackers

Amazon – Victim of Hackers

Amazon UK’s website next to the German, Italian and French ones were taken down because they were unavailable to consumers. This event on Sunday night was a consequence of the assumption that Amazon was the victim of a hacking group called Anonymous. Other reasons for attacking Amazon were associated with the online hacking collective’s efforts to answer to Wikileaks postings. Since the whistle-blowing website posted its findings the...

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Ecommerce sees big numbers

Ecommerce sees big numbers

Free shipping in time for Christmas was the magic word to boost sales by 11.7% from Monday last year to Monday this year. In comparison to 2009 when online shoppers spent $854 million on one day, this year sales went up to $954 million. “Green Monday represented another banner day for the 2010 holiday season, ranking as the second heaviest online spending day on record behind this year’s Cyber Monday,” explained Gian Fulgoni, chairman of...

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