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North Sea Oil Squeezed as U.S. Ships Crude Like Never Before

Business

Category: Energy

As crude oil gushes out of the U.S. like never before, it looks increasingly like North Sea oil will suffer collateral damage. America exported a record high 1.98 million barrels a day of crude in the week ended Sept. 29, equal to the crude that normally gets shipped every day in the North Sea. Much […]

Source: Bloomberg

Published: October 23, 2017


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AmCham i Finansavisen: En midlertidig løsning på en varig utfordring

Category: AmCham News

Vi har registrert en oppblussende debatt rundt fjerning av den tollfrie grensen for privatimport på 350 kroner. Det var Solberg I-regjeringen som i sin tid hevet grensen fra 200 til 350 kroner- den første økningen siden regelen ble introdusert på 1970-tallet. Denne tollgrensen har nylig blitt referert til flere ganger som «særnorsk» og det stilles […]

Source: AmCham

Published: October 23, 2017


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The Amazing Ways Microsoft Uses AI To Drive Business Success

Business

Category: IP & Innovation

Microsoft’s Plans for AI The adoption of AI in business and society is being spurred on by tech giants with resources to design, build and roll out services affordable and simple enough for everyday use. Microsoft is one of those at the forefront. This year, the words “artificial intelligence” appeared in a vision statement for the first […]

Source: Forbes

Published: October 23, 2017


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Her er Capgeminis norske historie

Business

Category: IP & Innovation

At Capgemini fyller 50 år vet du kanskje allerede. Men hvor godt kjenner du den norske historien? Når startet Capgemini i Norge, hvordan var arbeidsdagene – og hva slags teknologi brukte de? Den beste til å fortelle deg alt dette er en som har vært med helt siden midten av 80-tallet. Hva husker du fra […]

Source: Dagens Næringsliv

Published: October 23, 2017


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American professor wins Nobel Prize in economics for trying to understand bad human behavior

Business

Category: Accounting / Financial

University of Chicago professor Richard Thaler has won the 2017 Nobel Prize in economics for his work on behavioral economics, which tries to understand how humans make decisions, especially bad ones. Thaler, an American, is one of the leading experts in the relatively new field that combines psychology and economics. He has made a career of studying people’s […]

Source: Washington Post

Published: October 23, 2017


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