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If you spell out the number, spell out “percent.” If you use the numeral, use the symbol “%.” Examples Four percent 11% See also Numbers & numerals...Read More


When referring to specific amounts of money, always use the relevant currency symbol, rather than spelling out “dollars,” “euros,” “pounds,” or whatever. When referring to the local unit of currency, spell out “dollar,”...Read More


The ampersand (&) is an elegant, space-saving alternative to “and” in titles, menus and navigation elements. However, it does not belong in general writing. Take care when writing about our brands, partners, and other companies: logos and branded...Read More

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