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Monday April 8, 2013 Nedburn Thaffe, Gleaner Writer With the exchange rate expected to reach the dreaded J$100 to US$1 mark this week, consumers who have over the past few years done their fair share of belt tightening will be forced to buckle up
We both want to strengthen local businesses, the communities in which they operate and the economies that surround them. In our technology, we give local businesses and consumers a new tool to support each other and keep their dollars on Main Street
The loyalty programme for New Zealanders who hold their Mighty River Power shares for two years is expected to cost $40 million, Finance Minister Bill English says. Up to 49 per cent of shares in the state-owned energy company are expected to be
Special to The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Apr. 05 2013, 10:40 AM EDT Last updated Friday, Apr. 05 2013, 10:40 AM EDT The buy: Half Moon, a RockResort in Jamaica, has an Ultimate Summer Getaway package aimed at families. The savings: Priced at $
The Globe and Mail Published Thursday, Apr. 04 2013, 7:00 PM EDT Last updated Thursday, Apr. 04 2013, 7:15 PM EDT Are you a red dot, a yellow dot, or a green dot?...But you may already be a dot on a marketer's map, a sort of code used to judge how
Finishing lunch with a friend several weeks ago, I pulled out my wallet and foraged for a credit card. Struck by my billfold's girth, he quipped, What's in your wallet? I plunked it down on the table and had to confess that it had the look of a
has awarded more than 15 million points just for healthy behaviors such as walking. Today, the company announced members can participate in additional health-related activities and goal tracking to earn even more points to redeem for valuable rewards.
Loyalty cards may be just a cunning way for companies to track consumer trends, but one has come up with a scheme that aims ultimately to benefit people in far greater need than CEOs, MDs and shareholders. Nectar has teamed up with Oxfam, launching
Whatever your choice, the site definitely reflects Leinbach Reyhle's belief that "Independent retailers need to be proactive. You want to keep foot traffic in the store," she says. "You have to have your calendar planned at least six months out."
Ex-NBA Star Cuttino Mobley AmEx-Tremely Behind on Credit Card Bill Exclusive Things former basketball star Cuttino Mobley hasn't done in a while: A) Play in the NBA B) Pay his credit card bill Mobley -- who signed a five-year contract back in 2005