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Profit and Loss at a glance

Profit and Loss at a glance

The Profit and Loss Account is another one of the key financial statements in your business. It shows the financial performance of your business over a specific period – usually 12 months. It’s also used by HM Revenue…

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Studying business or enterprise with Pearson

Studying business or enterprise with Pearson

ADNAN ILAHI: Students come into Business Studies thinking it will be a certain way, and what we’ve found from this new specification from Edexcel is they really learn about different elements of a business, and decision making within…

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Employment opportunities for Indigenous Students | Curtin University

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>>The Aboriginal Student Placement Program focuses on hiring students internally on campus.>>At the moment I’m working as a Scholarship Assistant. I’m just working in the holidays, that allows me to focus on my studies throughout the semester.>>When I…

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Nadia Mireles: Why is it important to share content? – Open Education Consortium

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A few years ago… a professor taught a Climate Change course, reaching about one hundred students per semester. One day he thought “If I could upload this course online, then not only would my 100 students have access…

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Fellowship Opportunities for Undergraduates

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[music playing] The Fellowship Pathway The Truman Scholarship Foundation, for exceptional leadership in the government, education or non-profit sector The Fulbright Scholarship offers grants to study, teach or conduct research for US citizens who want to study abroad….

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An Experiment in Gratitude | The Science of Happiness

An Experiment in Gratitude | The Science of Happiness

Participant 1: Shut up [laughs] Participant 2: What? Wait, wait. Participant 3: Oh he’s gonna be so embarrassed. [title music] Julian Huguet: What makes you happy? Having fun? Hanging out with friends? Delicious food? Making money? Well consider…

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Haitian Revolutions: Crash Course World History #30

Haitian Revolutions: Crash Course World History #30

Hi, I’m John Green. This is Crash Course World History. And apparently it’s Revolutions Month here at Crash Course, because today we are going to discuss the often-neglected Haitian Revolutions. The Haitian Revolutions are totally fascinating and they…

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Genesis #20: Inappropriate Fellowship

Genesis #20: Inappropriate Fellowship
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Why I did MSc Business Analytics

Why I did MSc Business Analytics

Business analytics is right in the middle where you definitely get exposure to the technical side of things, but you also understand how to synthesize what the data say and communicate it in a very effective manner to…

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The Business of English – Episode 14: A formal speech

The Business of English – Episode 14: A formal speech

Our keynote speaker is a man who I’m sure is very well known to all of you. He’s Professor of Fruitology at Dubbo University and has written many books on the subject of tropical fruit. So without further…

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