The H7N9 Mystery, Procter and Gamble to Delay Paying Suppliers, First Batch of Google Glass Is Here

According to the World Trade Organization, some of the individuals who tested positive for the H7N9 virus spreading in China have not had contact with poultry.

Procter & Gamble’s recent decision to add weeks to the length of time it takes to pay suppliers is part of a wider trend among major American companies, who have been adopting more aggressive cash management practices since the credit crisis.

Good news for the tech elites on the Google Glass waiting list. Google announced in an email that the first batch of the augmented-reality devices is off the production line and ready to be shipped out.

Spend analysis and strategic sourcing company BravoSolution achieved $81 million in revenue in 2012, marking its ninth consecutive year of profitable growth.

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