Microsoft? Google? Intel? Help Decide the 2012 World Finance

Microsoft? Google? Intel? Help Decide the 2012 World Finance 100 
LONDON, ENGLAND -- (Marketwire) -- 05/04/12 -- One is hard pressed to
think of a period in modern history in which the world's economies
have gone through such a prolonged period of despondency. As markets
have been rattled, few individuals, companies and governments can
boast to have found themselves completely cocooned from the cancerous
outcomes of global credit crises. 
But some companies and individuals - having identified both symptoms
and causes of these seismic ripples - repositioned themselves in
order to continue to perform at the very highest standard. It takes
an entrepreneurial and daring spirit to reconsider strategy, and the
ability to read one's market with the utmost accuracy to perform well
in current, unpredictable, markets. 
For the fourth year running, World Finance will be acknowledging
those outstanding performers, in the form of the World Finance 100.
Throughout the course of the rest of 2012, the magazine will be
inviting readers to put forward recommendations to inform the 100
entrants. Have your voice heard at www.worldfinance100.com. 
At the end of the year, World Finance will announce the results on
the magazine's site and in the print edition, distributed globally.
As always, the magazine's editorial department will be interviewing
some of the entrants on paper and in video, and for the first time
ever a dedicated microsite will be set up for each of a selection of
winners to discuss an aspect of their operations that has given them
the greatest competitive edge in these challenging times. 
World News Media is a leading publisher of quality financial and
business magazines, enjoying a global distribution network that
includes subscriber lists of the most prominent and senior
decision-makers around the world, as well as comprehensive airport,
hotel and conference site distribution.
Contacts:
For further media information contact:
World Finance
Michael McCaw
Editorial Department
+44 (0)20 7553 4156
michael@worldfinance.com
 
 
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