Day: April 24, 2020

Bill Gates – Famous Entrepreneurs

William Gates the III, the former CEO of Microsoft, for short period of time, had assets worth over 100 billion dollars, making him the world’s first centibillionaire. Today his assets are half that but he remains, as he has for the past decade and then some, the world’s wealthiest man according to Forbes.

Gates was born on 28 October, 1955 in Seattle, Washington to a successful family and was able to attend a Seattle private school. His mother was a schoolteacher and his father a Seattle attorney. He developed interest in software and began programming at age 13 when the school acquired an ASR-33 teletype terminal from a mother’s rummage sale.

Bill Gates EntrepreneurBecause of their exploits of bugs in the school’s second computer: a DEC PDP-10, owned by Computer Center Corporation, Gates and a number of other students, including Paul Allen- Microsoft’s co-founder, were offered unlimited computer time in exchange for

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Difference Between Fiance and Fiancee

Fiance vs Fiancee
 

The difference in definitions that exist between fiancé and fiancée make it necessary for us to use them for different purposes, to refer to different people. However, fiancé and fiancée are often confused by many and there are some who use these words almost interchangeably. These are actually French nouns that refer to a person getting married. In French language, nouns are male and female, which means every noun is either male or female. Thus, fiancé and fiancée are male and female nouns used to refer to a person about to be married. There is quite a bit of difference between them as fiancé refers to a male who has been engaged and about to get married while fiancée refers to a woman engaged to a man waiting for her marriage. Fiancé is pronounced as fɪˈɒnseɪ and fiancée is also pronounced

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Business Intelligence Applications | Application Of BI In 2020

Have you ever wished you could get a glimpse into the inner workings of your organization to understand more about how and why things happen? Well, I’ve got great news for you — you can! Business intelligence tools give you just this opportunity, but they can do much more! For those who’ve wondered what BI is good for, this article highlights the four main business intelligence applications and what it can do for your business.

Origin of Business Intelligence Applications

The uses of business intelligence tools to enhance your business operations is not a new concept. In fact, the phrase business intelligence goes back to the 1800s when the term was first used in a book to describe the way a financier had been outsmarted by competitors who used knowledge of the market to play it. Of course, we’ll be operating from a more modern understanding of the term: BI,

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The Real Difference Between Reporting and Business Intelligence l Sisense

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Reporting and business intelligence are often used to refer to the same thing — but wrongly so! The difference between reporting and business intelligence goes beyond charts for the first or data correlations for the second. To understand how they compare, it’s best to start with the separate business and end-user needs that each of these two functions is meant to satisfy.

Reporting and BI serve two different business needs

Keep the following descriptions in mind. The different roles of reporting and business intelligence for your organization should then become much clearer.

  • Reporting shows you what has happened so far and what the status of that thing is. Reports often use standard or well-known formats to help people do their jobs better or more easily on a daily (or weekly, monthly, etc.) basis. 

Reports may also focus on one specific set of data or records. For example, a daily

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Business Intelligence vs Big Data

Business Intelligence vs Big Data

Differences Between  Business Intelligence And Big Data

Business Intelligence in simple terms is the collection of systems, software, and products, which can import large data streams and use them to generate meaningful information that point towards the specific use-case or scenario.

Big data is the most buzzing word in the business. Big Data is changing our day to day business life. Everybody thinks that Big Data is nothing but a massive amount of data. But in reality it’s not a just massive amount of data, it is also about the structure of the data, processing the data with the purpose of delivering added value to the organization.

Head to Head Comparison Between Business Intelligence and Big Data (Infographics).

Below is the Top 6 Comparison between Business Intelligence vs Big Data

Business Intelligence vs Big Data infographics

Key Differences Between Business Intelligence and Big Data

Below is the list of items, explain the differences between the

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Business Consultation – Welcome to the Business Consultation Website

 

The Business Consultation website connects businesses, individuals, industry associations and not for profits with Australian Government departments and agencies. It provides opportunities for them to work together to develop and improve Australian Government policies and regulations. more »


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Businesses & individuals

If you’re an Australian business owner, individual, industry association or not for profit interested in business, the Australian Government wants to find out what you think about policies and regulations that may affect you or your business.

By registering with the Business Consultation website, you will:

  • Be better informed about policy and regulations affecting your business.
  • Have the opportunity to influence the development of new policy and regulation.


Government agencies

If you’re an Australian Government department

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The Ultimate Guide to Personal Finance

Credit, Credit Scores and Credit Reports

Which comes first, your credit or your first credit card? That’s not much easier to answer than, “Which came first the chicken or the egg?”

The reality is that your credit comes after your first credit card or loan. No loans, no credit cards means no credit.

There’s credit—an advance to buy something—and then there’s your credit—aka your credit file.

Credit

Credit is essentially a loan from a bank or other financial institution, including a credit card issuer. These entities are collectively known as creditors or lenders and extend credit to you in the form of:

  • Installment loans —aka installment credit—such as a mortgage or car loan
  • Lines of credit or credit cardswith a maximum usable credit limit—known as revolving credit
  • Credit arrangements are utilities, memberships (think gym) and service agreements (think cellphone)
  • Charge cards that are like credit cards, but have to
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Top 30 Australian female entrepreneurs 2017

Want to check out our Top Female Entrepreneurs list for 2018? Read more here. 

By Emma Koehn, Dominic Powell and Dinushi Dias

Some of Australia’s most successful businesses have started as 3:00am flashes of inspiration, a conversation with a friend, or a single shop front.

Australia’s top female entrepreneurs have been able to build empires from those simple beginnings.

Each year SmartCompany publishes its list of top female entrepreneurs to coincide with International Women’s Day on March 8.

This year’s list is dominated by entrepreneurs in the beauty and consumer goods sector, with a quarter of the cohort building multimillion-dollar businesses in this space. New entry to this year’s list, Sue Ismiel of Sue and Daughters, fits this category, having built hair removal company Nad’s into

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MBA Program – Finance Department

MBA Program

Overview

Finance is both an approach to decision making and a key set of analytic and theoretical tools. While attention is given to the descriptive, institutional, and historical aspects, primary emphasis is placed on the analytical foundations of the discipline, emphasizing theory and methods of analysis and making extensive use of relevant techniques of micro and macroeconomic theory, mathematics, and statistics.

The field prepares students for highly successful careers in asset management, investment banks, broker-dealers, and management consulting firms, other financial institutions, as well as CFO positions in non-financial corporations, not-for-profit entities, and key positions in central banks and government.

The core Finance classes in Corporate Finance and Macroeconomics ensure that all Wharton graduates will be ready to master personal finance issues and are able to provide critical input to businesses, financial institutions, governments, and not-for-profit entities.

The variety and quality of elective courses offered by the Wharton

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