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Solar Renewable Energy Seeks For Further Funding

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These days, solar renewable energy has been one of the best alternatives in the ongoing energy crisis, and more agencies and services are eyeing to fund it and improve its overall capacity.

Several agencies from all over the world have taken their concerns about solar energy to another level. They have stated that solar energy can be the ultimate alternative for the energy crisis being felt all over the world. It uses sun as the primary source of energy, which in return, can give electricity to different industries and businesses.

Should I Invest in Google?

Google is a popular internet search engine that was established in 1996. In 2004, Google began providing shares for trading on the NASDAQ stock exchange. It is a publicly traded company; therefore, trading with Google, which goes under the symbol GOOG, is exactly the same as investing in other stocks that are available in the stock exchange. Google named itself in 2015 and is now known as Alphabet Inc. The stock recently traded as high as $768 a share near its all time high.


Many people today wonder if investing in Google is a good idea. Google has become a part of everyday life for most people. If you need to search a particular subject on the internet, you probably will Google it. Most experts on investing say that it is a good idea to invest in a company that you are familiar with. Google certainly fits that description.

5 Websites Where you can Track Your Spending

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Trying to get ahead financially is a huge challenge for many people. The easy solution is to make more money. Of course, if it were that easy, you wouldn’t be reading this article right now. However, if you can learn to work with what you have, and make some changes to your financial habits, then you can get ahead. Here are five websites that can help you track your spending so you can take control of our finances.

Dell Inc. (DELL) Hits 52-Week on Service Deals

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Dell Inc. is a leading designer and manufacturer or Information Technology products and services based out of Round Rock Texas. I recent number of service plan deals on the corporate level have allowed the company to expand its earnings and gotten the attention of investors. The company has a market cap of 32.09 Billion with a recent new 52-week high price of $17.15 a share. Still not offering a dividend, the company once known for growth might be a growth company once-again.

Dell's Acquisition of Compellent Technologies for $800 million

Dell's Acquisition of Compellent Technologies for $800 million

In February 2011, Dell successfully completed its acquisition of Compellent Technologies, Inc. Compellent is a leading provider of innovative storage solutions on the web with automated data management capabilities. The shareholders of Compellent also agreed on the terms of the acquisition during a stakeholders meeting.

How to Define your Exact Returns on Investment

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Returns on investment or ROI is a commonly heard term in conversations nowadays. Any effort in terms of time and money must yield returns. If taken literally, ROI is the benefit or return that accrues on an investment divided by the cost incurred on that investment. However, most time ROI crops up when one expects some returns for the effort put in.

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