Samsung Rakes In $6484 Per Second

#AceFinanceNews says ” Infograph of How Much Top Ten Companies Earn Per Second” #amazing

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They Make HOW Much? Interactive Infographic Reveals Astonishing Amount Top Tech Companies Earn Per Second – And Samsung Tops The List With £4,051

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” In the five seconds it has taken you to read this sentence, Samsung has earned a staggering $32,430.

This converts to £20,200 and is what the average university graduate in the UK earns in a year.

To highlight the obscene amounts of money the world’s major tech companies earn, a money-saving website has created an interactive infographic that shows exactly how much each firm makes in real time. 

The site, designed by UK-based Happier, is also interesting because it highlights how successful the companies are in comparison to one another.

Phone makers Samsung, Apple, BlackBerry and Nokia all make the list, as do other hardware and software manufacturers Microsoft, Google, HP, Dell, Foxconn, IBM, Oracle and Cisco.  

Facebook is the only social…

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Africa News November 14, 2013 at 10:19AM

#AceFinanceNews says as the popularity of “South Africa’s” tourist industry will grow. So will the need for retail banking, so this comes as no surprise to me about these potential buy-outs #AceBusinessNews

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VENTURES AFRICA – South Africa’s second-largest bank, FirstRand is keen on establishing a retail banking business in Nigeria and has earmarked Keystone and Mainstreet Banks for potential buy-outs, according to report.

Following an initial outlay of $100 million, the South African lender, via its subsidiary Rand Merchant Bank (RMB), was granted an investment license in Nigeria and has been encouraged to explore options of establishing a consumer-banking presence in the country, with major domestic rival Standard Bank, already a major player in the country.

FirstRand last year attempted a local acquisition after declaring its interest in purchasing Sterling Bank. It was however put off by a $400 million price tag, claiming the offer was too high.

The bank has now turned its focus towards the recently nationalized banks, following AMCON – managers of the bank – announcement that it plans to sell…

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