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Amazon only will offer the private-label products to members of its $99-per-year Prime membership.
Amazon.com Inc. in the coming weeks is set to roll out new lines of private-label brands that will include its first broad push into perishable foods, according to people familiar with the matter.
The new brands with names like Happy Belly, Wickedly Prime and Mama Bear will include nuts, spices, tea, coffee, baby food and vitamins, as well as household items such as diapers and laundry detergents.
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Colombina’s evolution as a confectionery and food company parallels global trends, revealing a portfolio of products bursting with flavors, natural ingredients and nutritional benefits.
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Potential is generally defined as the capacity to develop into something great based on unrealized ability. Widely recognized by psychologists and scientists alike, potential can be found in one's problem solving ability and level of conscientiousness. In fact, all personality traits factor into someone's potential greatness. Everyone has strengths and weaknesses, but being able to adapt a candidate's individual abilities and work priorities to the needs of the position is the key success factor. Identifying these attributes will identify the raw potential in applicants. So the next time you hire for potential over experience, remember these five things.
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Python is one of the best programming languages to learn first. As you get started, this one-page reference sheet of variables, methods, and formatting options could come in quite handy. Provided by Dave Child, the cheat sheet includes both built-in system and operating system variables, as well as standard methods for working with lists, files, and strings—and more. You can download it for free in PDF or PNG version or view it online at the link below. Or right-click on the image here to save it:
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Business credit cards are useful not only as tools for small business owners, but also because they can provide great sign-up bonuses and the opportunity to earn points, miles or cash back. There are several great reasons to get a business credit card, including that they help you separate your personal and business finances, business card activity doesn’t remain on your personal credit record, they can help you establish a business credit history, and many offer value-added benefits and perks. These cards are designed for small business owners. However, many card issuers will let you sign up as a sole proprietorship (a business owned and operated by an individual) and use your personal social security number to apply. Just be aware that some credit card companies (Citi, for example) may request more documentation of your business. In general, though, if you have a good credit score and a reason to get a business credit card (which can be just the thought of opening your own business
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