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  1. US bilateral margin rules: a hit parade of horrors

    It's unnecessary, and it creates the potential for a real increase in counterparty risk and capital problems for people," says Deborah North, a partner at law firm Allen a requirement that margin payments be calculated using the dealer's bid or...

  2. Nuances of Spanish Language Search Marketing

    The cultural differences between North American countries and South American/Latin American cultures are vast. Also, about 60 percent of product reviews are shared in face-to-face conversations as opposed to via social media like many other countries.

  3. Matt Cutts Says 'Stop' Guest Blogging for SEO: Here's Everything You Need to Know

    Although Google isn't the only search engine in the game, they are definitely the most dominant in terms of search market share in North America. So any webmaster can choose to ignore Google's guidelines, but they will have to face the consequences...

  4. Is Google Sucking the Life Out of Your Identity? Are They Alone?

    Unless, of course, your viewpoint is that of a government official responsible for controlling the unruly masses in the Middle East or North Africa. Face it, folks.there is no "signed out" anymore. I also pointed out that the amount of information...

  5. March Madness = Search and AdWords Madness?

    They have been bidding on some expected keywords, including honing in on particular universities such as North Carolina, Ohio State University, Kansas and naturally, Louisville. Currently ncaa.com is placing a larger focus on the NBA and the...

  6. Relevant, Actionable & Timely PPC Feedback: Better Decisions, Better Results

    If the greenhouse kit searchers are from North Carolina and Georgia in December, on the other hand, your ads might talk about the ability to grow tropical fruits like avocados and bananas in their backyard all year round.

  7. IL Affiliate Tax Being Challenged As CA Pass it

    Over the past three years, 21 states have considered Amazon taxes, only five have enacted them: Connecticut, Illinois, New York, North Carolina, and Rhode Island. North Dakota in 1992. That’s a direct violation of the Commerce Clause and flies in...

  8. European refineries face difficult times

    They see all these big projects in the Middle and Far East, many being export-driven refineries, and some of those exports are either going to attack the European market or they’re a substitution for gasoline exports into North America.

  9. Energy companies face up to clearing requirements

    The majority of the swaps we are involved in today are already cleared, and the fact we still leave some contracts uncleared is down to the efficiency benefits of managing specific credit risks in the over-the-counter market,” says Bob Reilley...

  10. Sponsored webinar: Strengthening the defences

    Tom Leuchtner, Director, Financial Crime Business Unit, Wolters Kluwer Financial ServicesTom Leuchtner is the director of the Financial Crime Solutions Group at Wolters Kluwer Financial Services, which currently serves the banking, securities and...