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EasyJet Flights Hit Record High In New Year Week As More Travel For Hogmanay


EasyJet Flights Boost For Hogmanay & New Year / Image via Wikipedia SCOTLAND – Budget airline easyJet has received a belated Christmas present from the Scots as it sees record numbers of passengers flying out of the country for Hogmanay celebrations. An extra 44,000 Scots are leaving town for New Year, an 8 per cent [...]

December 30th, 2011 | Posted in Economy | Read More »

Linked Influence Review – LinkedIn Training For Your Business


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: (PAB News) 28th Dec 2011 LinkedInfluence is a new on-line training scheme which can seriously accelerate the benefits of social networking for your business using the LinkedIn site. With a number of different videos, audio files and pdfs it claims to provide businessmen and job-seekers alike with the training they need to [...]

December 26th, 2011 | Posted in Press Releases | Read More »

Coup for Amazon with Queen’s Christmas speech as Kindle download


Queen of United Kingdom/Image via Wikipedia UK – This year, for the first time, Kindle owners can download the Queen’s Christmas speech for free, following the Monarch’s broadcast – with the speech making its first ever e-book appearance. Amazon, marketer of the Kindle book reader, approached the Royal Household and was successful in securing the [...]

December 24th, 2011 | Posted in Sci/Tech | Read More »

Can LinkedIn Really Work In Business? New LINKEDiNFLUENCE Course Shows How


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: (PAB News) 23nd Dec 2011 Linked Influence is a new course which provides a thorough grounding in the use of LinkedIn for business. Comprising videos, mp3s and reports its aim is to give people the necessary know-how to optimise their LinkedIn account and get the best results from one of the most [...]

December 23rd, 2011 | Posted in Press Releases | Read More »

Facebook, Shape Up Your Privacy Rules


Image via Wikipedia IRELAND – Yesterday the Office of Data Protection (ODP) in the Irish Republic ordered Facebook to tighten its privacy rules. This means that people who use the site in the Republic will experience different controls on the way in which Facebook can collect and use their data. These orders came from the [...]

December 22nd, 2011 | Posted in Sci/Tech | Read More »