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At TRIDENT FINANCIAL our mission is to turn our knowledge into value for the benefit of our clients, people and community. When our clients choose to engage TRIDENT FINANCIAL, they benefit from the wide spectrum of experience that we have acquired over the years in serving the financial industry. We work with passion, commitment and an intense desire to excel. We take pride in our people who will deliver what you want and, more importantly, what you really need.

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Electric car models to triple in Europe by 2021
A European lobby group says the range of electric car models available to consumers is getting better.

No-deal Brexit could cause £30bn economic hit, watchdog says
The Office for Budget Responsibility says borrowing could surge if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

Circle K stores ditch 'Secretary Day' condom offer
The ad urged shoppers to surprise female secretaries with a gift of a wine, chocolate and condoms.

'My $19 Uber ride cost 100 times that'
Passengers reportedly paid 100 times more than they should have after Uber's payments system goes awry.

Asos shares slump as it warns on profits
The online fashion giant says sales growth has been held back by warehouse problems in the US and Europe.

Instagram hides likes count in international test 'to remove pressure'
The number of likes is a measure of how well content is doing on the social media platform.

Sotheby's auction of rare sneakers nets more than $850,000
The first major auction of sneakers nets $850,000, with the last and rarest pair still up for grabs.

UK regulator calls for £50 cut to water bills
The regulator says water firms must also invest billions more in improving services between 2020 and 2025.

Can you trust FaceApp with your face?
An app that transforms photos of people's faces into younger and older versions has gone viral.

UK workers who lose jobs to AI will be retrained
The government launches a scheme to retrain workers whose jobs may vanish because of automation.

The CubeSat revolution changing the way we see the world
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Females to the fore? What golf is doing to attract more women
Golf has realised it needs to make the sport more attractive to women, on and off the playing course.

Will ships without sailors be the future of trade?
May saw the world's first unmanned commercial shipping operation.

Three months after I was paralysed, I was back at work
When tech entrepreneur Hiroki Takeuchi was paralysed in a cycling accident, he was back in work just three months later.

Cricket World Cup: Illegal bookmakers still thriving
India's cricketers didn't make the World Cup final, but its bookmakers are still making millions.

How the 2019 coffee crisis might affect you
Farmers are struggling as coffee prices drop to historic lows, so why is the cost of a latte rising?

Would you drink camel milk?
Australia's growing number of camel farmers say that global demand for camel milk is rising fast.

Killed for spying: The story of the first factory
Completed in 1721, the Lombe brothers' five-storey textile mill was quickly copied around the world.

Why blue jeans are going green
A growing number of denim producers are embracing environmentally-friendly production methods.

How much pocket money should we give our kids?
Parents are being urged to let their children handle coins, even if they pay for things with cards and phones.

BBC World News business headlines
The latest international business headlines from BBC World News.

Lavazza boss: bringing new blood into the family firm.
CEO Secret: How family-owned coffee firm Lavazza brought in new blood in its bid to go global.

Rory Cellan-Jones: 'My proton beam therapy diary'
Rory Cellan-Jones kept a video diary of the proton beam therapy he received for his eye tumour.

An artisan baker's recipe for success
How do you make a business rise like a bread roll in the oven?

Thomas Cook boss: 'Our customers' holidays are secure'
Struggling Thomas Cook, which is planning a £750m cash injection, seeks to reassure customers.

How the cash machine became a million dollar idea
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the ATM or cash machine became a million dollar idea.

Branson: No-deal Brexit 'devastating for Virgin'
A no-deal Brexit would cost Virgin hundreds of millions of dollars, and lead to the group investing "a lot less" in Britain, Sir Richard Branson says.
 
 
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