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The Red Flag Group Releases Its Assessment Report on Corporate Governance and Compliance Amongst Hong Kong Listed Companies
The Red Flag Group, a global professional services firm in the areas of corporate governance and compliance, today releases a report which provides a detailed insight into the publicised approaches to corporate governance and compliance by listed companies in Hong Kong Business Wire India

QuickBooks Online Goes Global
From Austria to Zimbabwe, small businesses globally for the first time can easily create localized invoices, pay bills and track expenses with the availability of QuickBooks Online, from Intuit Inc. (NASDAQ: INTU), the makers of QuickBooks and provider of connected services trusted by more than 60 million customers. Business Wire India

Intuit Evolves Strategy as Connected Services Vision Becomes Reality
Just four years ago, about 17 million people used products hosted on Intuit Inc. (Nasdaq: INTU) servers, contributing about half of the company’s revenue Business Wire India

Bentley’s Acquisition of Ivara Redefines Asset Performance Management: Integrating OPEX with CAPEX!
Business Wire India

CAPITAL JOY DEVELOPMENT Is Pleased to Announce the Successful Conversion of a Distressed Asset Portfolio
CAPITAL JOY DEVELOPMENT which focuses on maximizing the value of its equity and real-estate assets in Indonesia, Australia, and the United States has announced the successful completion of their recent asset exchange relieving combined capital losses of 16.2 USD million. Business Wire India

New Search Engine, GoComb.com™ Launches Email Feature, GoComb Mail; Protects Consumer Privacy
GoComb.com™ (www.gocomb.com) the recently launched search engine, has announced a new free email feature—GoComb Mail—that protects consumer privacy. Business Wire India

Smartmatic International Sues Dominion Voting Systems for Licensing Breach and Improper Business Practices
Smartmatic International, a global technology company that develops advanced voting systems to support elections worldwide, has filed suit in the Delaware Court of Chancery against Dominion Voting Systems for that company’s alleged breach of a licensing agreement and tortious interference with Smartmatic’s business. Business Wire India

Gemalto Enables MoneyGram to Offer International Money Transfers on Mobile Devices
Regulatory News: Business Wire India

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