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Guess? Up More than 50% in 3 Months: Online a Major Driver

Guess?, Inc. GES is in solid shape, courtesy of its impressive digital operations and other strategic growth endeavors. Notably, this Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy) stock has surged 53.9% in the past three months compared with the industry’s growth of 24.3%. Moreover, the stock has comfortably outperformed the Zacks Consumer Discretionary sector’s increase of 12% during the same period.

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E-commerce Business: A Key Driver

Guess? is benefitting from its solid digital efforts. In fact, the company’s online business remained operational amid the coronavirus-induced store closures. Notably, Guess?’s e-commerce business in North America and Europe increased 9% year over year in the second quarter of fiscal 2021. In its last earnings call, management notified that is optimistic about its online growth in the remaining half of 2020. In this regard, the company is increasing its marketing investment, repositioning product offerings and finishing the implementation of Salesforce platform.


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the driver of success in insurance

Customer experience is enhanced, and costs are reduced when innovative digital technology is applied within the insurance industry

LONDON, Sept. 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — In an insightful video interview with Business Reporter, Charlie Newark-French, Chief Operating Officer of Hyperscience, the automation company, has explained how data process automation is a critical part of the future of insurance.

Hyperscience is a ground-breaking software company that automates mission-critical processes across many industries including insurance. “The change that must come will be enabled by automation,” says Mr. Newark-French in the interview, explaining that insurance companies have to deal with large quantities of data in different formats, much of it unstructured. Legacy tech and traditional manual processes for handling this data and getting it into a machine-readable format for downstream processing are slow, expensive and error-prone.

Automation, enabled by cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) technology, can provide a

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Business Report: Biggest Driver and Restraint for Remote Access Software Market

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Sep 17, 2020 (PRNews Times via COMTEX) —
In the outbreak of COVID-19, most of the organizations across the globe are working remotely, without any backup plans, in order to just keep the business up for survive. This remote access software plays an essential role in disease spread throughout the world coronavirus, by providing connectivity among people. For instance, Columbia University Information technology make use of “islonline” remote access software to facilitate students with online learning. As we all know that, with the increase in online communication platforms the chances of cyber criminals is also increasing. For instance, “Zoom” is one of the most common video communication platforms used around the world. It witness a major increase in demand since the occurrence of pandemic. Check Point, a leader in cyber security solutions launched technique helps to discover

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Macon girl and UPS driver strike friendship over her beaded jewelry business

Kinsley Teal runs her own business making beaded jewelry. One day her local UPS driver purchased a bracelet giving her words of encouragement.

MACON, Ga. — A Central Georgia girl is running her own business making beaded jewelry for people across the United States.

She recently made friends with a local UPS driver that keeps her business thriving.

“Since I was three, I did something with baby beads,” Kinsley Teal said. 

Ever since Kinsley was little she had a passion for crafting. 

“When I grew older, I wanted to make beads to sell,” Teal said.

This summer, Teal did just that in launching Beads by Kins. She specializes in beaded earrings, necklaces and more, which means her mailbox stays full. 

One day, UPS employee Ryan Mathis took an interest in all the packages. 

“I was asking, I was curious about it. I was asking what did she have going right

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Budget breakdown of a 23-year-old Uber driver earning $25,000 a year

This story is part of CNBC Make It’s Millennial Money series, which profiles people around the world and details how they earn, spend and save their money.

Jerone Gillespie has a knack for looking on the bright side — even under difficult circumstances.

His water gets turned off? It’s only temporary. He has to sleep on his brother’s couch because he can’t afford an apartment? It’s an opportunity to start saving up. 

Jerone Gillespie, 23, lives in the Greater Baltimore area.

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Today, the 23-year-old, who lives just outside of Baltimore, spends part of the year working in a tax preparation office and the rest driving for Uber and Lyft. He expects to earn about $25,000 total in 2020, before taxes.

But he’s not stressed about his low salary: He spends his free time investing, studying money, business and science, and planning his next move.

How Gillespie learned

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