American Express to Host Ninth Annual “Business Class LIVE: Summit for Success” for Small Businesses


For more than 60 years, American Express (NYSE: AXP) has been committed to supporting the small business community. American Express is continuing that commitment with a unique virtual experience, bringing resilient entrepreneurs together from coast to coast for “Business Class LIVE: Summit for Success” on October 20, 2020. While the Summit is typically held in-person, this year American Express has built a fully immersive, proprietary Amex Virtual Campus to host the day-long experience for thousands of small businesses. The Summit aims to address small business owners’ needs by providing networking, resources, and tools to help them navigate challenging times and continue on a path towards growth — all at no cost to attendees. The Summit will also host several sessions dedicated to supporting the specific needs of minority-owned businesses.

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The Amex Virtual Campus – Conservatory (Photo: Business Wire)

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American Express to Host Ninth Annual “Business Class LIVE: Summit for Success for Small Businesses | Nachricht


For more than 60 years, American Express (NYSE: AXP) has been committed to supporting the small business community. American Express is continuing that commitment with a unique virtual experience, bringing resilient entrepreneurs together from coast to coast for “Business Class LIVE: Summit for Success” on October 20, 2020. While the Summit is typically held in-person, this year American Express has built a fully immersive, proprietary Amex Virtual Campus to host the day-long experience for thousands of small businesses. The Summit aims to address small business owners’ needs by providing networking, resources, and tools to help them navigate challenging times and continue on a path towards growth — all at no cost to attendees. The Summit will also host several sessions dedicated to supporting the specific needs of minority-owned businesses.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20201013005312/en/

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Bookmaker GVC forecasts higher annual profit on online gaming boost

FILE PHOTO: A sign hangs outside a branch of Ladbrokes in London, Britain December 22, 2017. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

(Reuters) – Ladbrokes and bwin owner GVC Holdings GVC.L on Thursday raised its outlook for annual core earnings after posting a 12% rise in third-quarter revenue, helped by a surge in online gaming and as sports events such as the English Premier League resumed.

The company, which owns brands such as Coral and Eurobet, said full-year earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA) is now expected between 770 million and 790 million pounds.

GVC had previously forecast annual EBITDA to be between 720 million pounds and 740 million pounds, and last week warned that new gambling rules in Germany, its second-largest online-gaming market, would reduce 2021 profit by 70 million pounds.

However, the company is steaming ahead as it also announced the acquisition of Bet.pt, an online gambling operator in Portugal.

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New United Gateway card: no annual fee, limited-time grocery bonus

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  • Chase and United just launched the no-annual-fee United Gateway℠ Card.
  • If you have the old United TravelBank card or the legacy United MileagePlus card, you’ll be transitioned to the United Gateway.
  • Through September 2021, you can earn 3x miles on grocery-store purchases with this new card (on up to $1,500 spent per month, then 1x).
  • This card is best for those who want to earn United miles toward future flights, but don’t want extra airline benefits like a free checked bag or priority boarding.
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