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  1. Q&A with Bev Thorne, SVP Marketing, Century 21 Real Estate

    Before joining Century 21, she was with JPMorgan Chase thereby, cogently positioning your product, service or sales professionals for long-term success. In 2008, Century 21 Real Estate LLC spent less than 10% of its advertising budget online.

  2. Insurance debt: Don't take a tumble

    In the US a host of insurers are likely to report further structured credit writedowns, says JPMorgan's Arun Kumar. AIG's spectacular fall from grace sent shudders throughout the insurance industry last year with many fearing that this could be the...

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  3. Search Ad Tools Help Manage Complexity

    January's JPMorgan estimate that placed global search advertising spending in excess of $30 billion for this year (growing to $60 billion by 2011) got more than a few people thinking about what percentage of search advertising dollars are being...

  4. Goldman goes for Green

    Introduced in December 2007 by Nymex Holdings, parent company of the New York Mercantile Exchange, and emissions broker Evolution Markets, Goldman Sachs will join Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, JPMorgan, Merrill Lynch, Tudor Investment...

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  5. Green Exchange begins trading

    The Green Exchange incorporates brokers, banks and investment firms such as Evolution Markets, Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, JPMorgan, Merrill Lynch, Tudor Investment Corp. Vitol SA, one of the world’s largest energy trading firms and an affiliate...

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  6. Green Exchange begins trading

    The Green Exchange incorporates brokers, banks and investment firms such as Evolution Markets, Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, JPMorgan, Merrill Lynch, Tudor Investment Corp. Vitol SA, one of the world’s largest energy trading firms and an affiliate...

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  7. Virgin Charter Launches Vertical Search Engine

    Last year JPMorgan Chase predicted search would reach more than $30 billion this year. Sir Riichard Branson launched a new vertical search engine, Virgin Charter, that promises to revolutionize high-end corporate travel and last minute luxury travel.

  8. E-Trade names new CEO

    Layton had retired in 2004 from JPMorgan after 29 years at the firm, ultimately as vice-chairman. Electronic brokerage and financial services firm E-Trade has appointed Donald Layton as its chief executive officer.

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  9. Long-term coal forecasts double as prices soar

    UBS is forecasting $100/ton for thermal coal, while JPMorgan has raised its forecast to $90, up from $55.65 this year. Coal prices have surged in recent weeks following disruptive snowstorms in China and floods in Australia, cutting output.

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