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The New Statesman
The new young fogeysIn a University College London lecture theatre, all eyes are on an elaborate Du
The new young fogeys
The New Statesman / Posted 2 minutes ago
In a University College London lecture theatre, all eyes are on an elaborate Dutch apple cake. Those at the back have stood up to get a better look. This, a chorus of oohs and aahs informs me, is a baked good at its most thrilling. In case you were... Read more
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The New Statesman
How the middle-aged became the hedonistsRare is the week that passes without more horrific tales of the debauchery of t
How the middle-aged became the hedonists
The New Statesman / Posted 2 minutes ago
Rare is the week that passes without more horrific tales of the debauchery of the youth. One photo has come to embody their supposed recklessness: "bench girl", a young woman lying passed out on a public bench in Bristol with bottles of booze... Read more
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Boston Herald
Kennedy: ‘Happy to help’ HillaryNASHUA, N.H. — Bay State political heavies and their supporter networks are pro
Kennedy: ‘Happy to help’ Hillary
Boston Herald / Posted 16 minutes ago
NASHUA, N.H. — Bay State political heavies and their supporter networks are proving to be a significant part of Hillary Clinton’s ground game as she strains to close a polling gap with Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire and move on to states where her... Read more
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CIO
How to conquer recruiting, retention and IT skills challengesIT has become ingrained in every part of business strategy, so it's not surpris
How to conquer recruiting, retention and IT skills challenges
CIO / Posted 23 minutes ago
IT has become ingrained in every part of business strategy, so it's not surprising that demand for tech talent is at an all-time high, forcing organizations to be creative when competing for talent. We're already through the month of January and... Read more
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Salon.com
“Maybe it is not that you couldn’t. It is that you wouldn’t”: Michael Eric Dyson reflects on Obama’s complicated legacy on raceIt is one of the cruel ironies of the last eight years that Americans could at
“Maybe it is not that you couldn’t. It is that you wouldn’t”: Michael Eric Dyson reflects on Obama’s complicated legacy on race
Salon.com / Posted 38 minutes ago
It is one of the cruel ironies of the last eight years that Americans could at once elect our first African-American president but also see such hatred unleashed that we would need a political movement devoted to the basic idea that black lives... Read more
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Newsmax
Is it Time to Take Your 401(k) off Auto-pilot?On Jan. 4, the first trading day of 2016, clients returned from the holidays to
Is it Time to Take Your 401(k) off Auto-pilot?
Newsmax / Posted 50 minutes ago
On Jan. 4, the first trading day of 2016, clients returned from the holidays to face a 276 point plunge in the Dow Jones industrial average that wiped out a good chunk of their portfolio. Already, retirement accounts at Fidelity ended 2015 lower... Read more
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Newsmax
Here Are 3 Bargain Small-Cap REITsBear markets are a real kick the teeth to live through. And yes, I know that we
Here Are 3 Bargain Small-Cap REITs
Newsmax / Posted 51 minutes ago
Bear markets are a real kick the teeth to live through. And yes, I know that we are not “technically” in a bear market because the S&P 500 and Dow have yet to fall by 20% or more. But small caps, as measured by the Russell 2000, are well into bear... Read more
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UB Reporter - Buffalo University
PixStori app merges oral history with Instagram-like photosA ship’s foghorn across the water. A loved one reciting a favorite poem. These
PixStori app merges oral history with Instagram-like photos
UB Reporter - Buffalo University / Posted 56 minutes ago
A ship’s foghorn across the water. A loved one reciting a favorite poem. These sounds add an element of immediacy that photos, even those with written descriptions, lack. Capturing that extra layer of composition is the promise behind PixStori, a... Read more
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The Brown and White
Work starts to bring 2 Easton buildings back from dead (PHOTOS)Standing outside 118 Northampton St. in Easton and looking up through its fourt
Work starts to bring 2 Easton buildings back from dead (PHOTOS)
The Brown and White / Posted an hour ago
Standing outside 118 Northampton St. in Easton and looking up through its fourth-floor windows, the blue sky of a midwinter afternoon says all you once needed to know about the nearly 100-year-old building. But just a floor below, there is fresh... Read more
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Orange County Register
Draft registration for women would stir a sleepy federal agencyARLINGTON, Va. – Once a month, in a windowless office near the Pentagon, specia
Draft registration for women would stir a sleepy federal agency
Orange County Register / Posted an hour ago
ARLINGTON, Va. – Once a month, in a windowless office near the Pentagon, specially trained federal employees roll two lottery machines out of a closet to practice something the government has not had to do in more than 40 years: selecting young... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
‘I make the establishment very nervous,’ John Kasich saysThe Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal g
‘I make the establishment very nervous,’ John Kasich says
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted an hour ago
The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal government issues in the Buckeye Forum podcast. Your Right to Know Want to know what’s happening in Ohio government and politics from Columbus to Washington, D.C.? The... Read more
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Newsmax
3 Small Cap REITs on SaleBear markets are a real kick the teeth to live through. And yes, I know that we
3 Small Cap REITs on Sale
Newsmax / Posted an hour ago
Bear markets are a real kick the teeth to live through. And yes, I know that we are not “technically” in a bear market because the S&P 500 and Dow have yet to fall by 20% or more. But small caps, as measured by the Russell 2000, are well into bear... Read more
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Finextra
GlobeOne extends financial inclusion programme to Vietnam with HDBankGlobeOne, committed to bringing socially-conscious innovation to the financial
GlobeOne extends financial inclusion programme to Vietnam with HDBank
Finextra / Posted 4 hours ago
GlobeOne, committed to bringing socially-conscious innovation to the financial sector, today announced that HDBank (Ho Chi Minh Development Commercial Joint Stock Bank) has signed a Letter of Intent with GlobeOne. This is the latest bank in Vietnam... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Robo-advisers for investors distress banksBanks are watching wealthy clients flirt with robo-advisers, and that's one rea
Robo-advisers for investors distress banks
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 5 hours ago
Banks are watching wealthy clients flirt with robo-advisers, and that's one reason the lenders are racing to release their own versions of the automated investing technology this year, according to a consultant. Millennials and small investors... Read more
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Denver Post
Super spots: Denver ad executives rate the top Super Bowl adsAdvertisers for Super Bowl 50 paid a record $5 million per 30-second spot. The
Super spots: Denver ad executives rate the top Super Bowl ads
Denver Post / Posted 7 hours ago
Advertisers for Super Bowl 50 paid a record $5 million per 30-second spot. The cost has increased by an astounding 75 percent over the past decade. The price is worth it, sponsors figure, to reach one of the few remaining mass audiences in all of... Read more
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Times of Malta
The millennials’ impossible dreamIt must be the dream of most young people to find work as soon as their educati
The millennials’ impossible dream
Times of Malta / Posted 8 hours ago
It must be the dream of most young people to find work as soon as their education is completed so that they can establish themselves as productive members of society. But for many millennials in Europe finding a decent job is proving to be an... Read more
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Kinston Free Press
Student loan defaults hit area hardPeople don’t usually tell those in their late teens and early 20s to go buy a n
Student loan defaults hit area hard
Kinston Free Press / Posted 8 hours ago
People don’t usually tell those in their late teens and early 20s to go buy a new car. Or a house.But depending on your student loan debt, that could be the sort of expense you’re looking at and trying to afford, with one of the few assurances being... Read more
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AdWeek
Kohl's Will Livestream on Periscope During Oscars' Red Carpet and Commercial BreaksKohl's is kicking off its Oscars exclusive sponsorship on social media today wi
Kohl's Will Livestream on Periscope During Oscars' Red Carpet and Commercial Breaks
AdWeek / Posted 8 hours ago
Kohl's is kicking off its Oscars exclusive sponsorship on social media today with the hashtag #AllTheGoodStuff. At the heart of the effort is the retailer's partnership with comedian Vanessa Bayer and Mindy Weiss, the renowned party planner, as they... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
Super Bowl Ad Meter picks a winnerThe main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down
Super Bowl Ad Meter picks a winner
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 9 hours ago
The main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down to three words: Make ‘em laugh. And the winner of USA TODAY's Ad Meter certainly was no exception. Hyundai drove away with first-place honors. That ad depicted a dad,... Read more
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First Coast News
Super Bowl Ad Meter picks a winnerThe main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down
Super Bowl Ad Meter picks a winner
First Coast News / Posted 9 hours ago
The main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down to three words: Make ‘em laugh. And the winner of USA TODAY's Ad Meter certainly was no exception. Hyundai drove away with first-place honors. That ad depicted a dad,... Read more
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KTVB Boise
Super Bowl Ad Meter picks a winnerThe main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down
Super Bowl Ad Meter picks a winner
KTVB Boise / Posted 9 hours ago
The main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down to three words: Make ‘em laugh. And the winner of USA TODAY's Ad Meter certainly was no exception. Hyundai drove away with first-place honors. That ad depicted a dad,... Read more
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
Super Bowl Ad Meter picks a winnerThe main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down
Super Bowl Ad Meter picks a winner
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted 9 hours ago
The main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down to three words: Make ‘em laugh. And the winner of USA TODAY's Ad Meter certainly was no exception. Hyundai drove away with first-place honors. That ad depicted a dad,... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Super Bowl Ad Meter picks a winnerThe main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down
Super Bowl Ad Meter picks a winner
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 9 hours ago
The main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down to three words: Make ‘em laugh. And the winner of USA TODAY's Ad Meter certainly was no exception. Hyundai drove away with first-place honors. That ad depicted a dad,... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
Super Bowl Ad Meter picks a winnerThe main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down
Super Bowl Ad Meter picks a winner
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 9 hours ago
The main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down to three words: Make ‘em laugh. And the winner of USA TODAY's Ad Meter certainly was no exception. Hyundai drove away with first-place honors. That ad depicted a dad,... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Hyundai's 'First Date' wins USA TODAY's Super Bowl Ad MeterThe main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down
Hyundai's 'First Date' wins USA TODAY's Super Bowl Ad Meter
Detroit Free Press / Posted 9 hours ago
The main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down to three words: Make ‘em laugh. And the winner of USA TODAY's Ad Meter certainly was no exception. Hyundai drove away with first-place honors. That ad depicted a dad,... Read more
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Daily Journal
Hyundai's 'First Date' wins USA TODAY's Super Bowl Ad MeterThe main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down
Hyundai's 'First Date' wins USA TODAY's Super Bowl Ad Meter
Daily Journal / Posted 10 hours ago
The main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down to three words: Make ‘em laugh. And the winner of USA TODAY's Ad Meter certainly was no exception. Hyundai drove away with first-place honors. That ad depicted a dad,... Read more
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Daily Record
Hyundai's 'First Date' wins USA TODAY's Super Bowl Ad MeterThe main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down
Hyundai's 'First Date' wins USA TODAY's Super Bowl Ad Meter
Daily Record / Posted 10 hours ago
The main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down to three words: Make ‘em laugh. And the winner of USA TODAY's Ad Meter certainly was no exception. Hyundai drove away with first-place honors. That ad depicted a dad,... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Hyundai's 'First Date' wins USA TODAY's Super Bowl Ad MeterThe main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down
Hyundai's 'First Date' wins USA TODAY's Super Bowl Ad Meter
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 10 hours ago
The main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down to three words: Make ‘em laugh. And the winner of USA TODAY's Ad Meter certainly was no exception. Hyundai drove away with first-place honors. That ad depicted a dad,... Read more
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TribLIVE
Sanders surges in polls despite identity as socialist | TribLIVE Neighborhoods Socialism remains a dirty word for many Americans
Sanders surges in polls despite identity as socialist
TribLIVE / Posted 10 hours ago
| TribLIVE Neighborhoods Socialism remains a dirty word for many Americans, but that hasn't stopped Bernie Sanders from surging in the... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Hyundai's 'First Date' wins USA TODAY's Super Bowl Ad MeterThe main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down
Hyundai's 'First Date' wins USA TODAY's Super Bowl Ad Meter
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 10 hours ago
The main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down to three words: Make ‘em laugh. And the winner of USA TODAY's Ad Meter certainly was no exception. Hyundai drove away with first-place honors. That ad depicted a dad,... Read more
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York Daily Record
Hyundai's 'First Date' wins USA TODAY's Super Bowl Ad MeterThe main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down
Hyundai's 'First Date' wins USA TODAY's Super Bowl Ad Meter
York Daily Record / Posted 10 hours ago
The main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down to three words: Make ‘em laugh. And the winner of USA TODAY's Ad Meter certainly was no exception. Hyundai drove away with first-place honors. That ad depicted a dad,... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Real Grownups Listen to Children2016-02-07Recapturing the Greatest of America means leaving something of value
Real Grownups Listen to Children
Op-Ed News / Posted 10 hours ago
2016-02-07Recapturing the Greatest of America means leaving something of value to you... Read more
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WKYC Cleveland
Super Bowl Ad Meter picks a winnerThe main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down
Super Bowl Ad Meter picks a winner
WKYC Cleveland / Posted 10 hours ago
The main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down to three words: Make ‘em laugh. And the winner of USA TODAY's Ad Meter certainly was no exception. Hyundai drove away with first-place honors. That ad depicted a dad,... Read more
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USA Today
Super Bowl Ad Meter picks a winnerThe main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down
Super Bowl Ad Meter picks a winner
USA Today / Posted 10 hours ago
The main advertising formula for this year’s Super Bowl pretty much boiled down to three words: Make ‘em laugh. And the winner of USA TODAY's Ad Meter certainly was no exception. Hyundai drove away with first-place honors. That ad depicted a dad,... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Looking to buy a first home in Toronto? Good luck with thatIn the city of Toronto, a couple with combined gross income of $120,000 can aff
Looking to buy a first home in Toronto? Good luck with that
The Globe and Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
In the city of Toronto, a couple with combined gross income of $120,000 can afford a house worth $657,563. No, wait, it’s actually $590,681. Or is it $736,450? The mortgage affordability calculators offered by banks – used in this example – differ... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Here's why 'Ultrasound' was the last ever Doritos Crash the Super Bowl advert“Ultrasound” by Peter Carstairs just won the last ever Doritos "Crash the Super
Here's why 'Ultrasound' was the last ever Doritos Crash the Super Bowl advert
Stamford Advocate / Posted 12 hours ago
“Ultrasound” by Peter Carstairs just won the last ever Doritos "Crash the Super Bowl" contest. Watch it here: The filmmaker just won $1 million and a massive career boost. For the last 10 years, fans have had the chance to get their own advert... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Here's why 'Ultrasound' was the last ever Doritos Crash the Super Bowl advert“Ultrasound” by Peter Carstairs just won the last ever Doritos "Crash the Super
Here's why 'Ultrasound' was the last ever Doritos Crash the Super Bowl advert
Connecticut Post / Posted 12 hours ago
“Ultrasound” by Peter Carstairs just won the last ever Doritos "Crash the Super Bowl" contest. Watch it here: The filmmaker just won $1 million and a massive career boost. For the last 10 years, fans have had the chance to get their own advert... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Construction projects suffer from a shortage of skilled tradesTAMPA — There are more than a dozen high-rise or mid-rise residential projects
Construction projects suffer from a shortage of skilled trades
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 12 hours ago
TAMPA — There are more than a dozen high-rise or mid-rise residential projects on drawing boards in the downtown Tampa area. At least three more are in the works in downtown St. Petersburg. Tampa International Airport is in the second year of a $1... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Bickley: Golf needs more fun, less quietJock Holliman has one of the hardest jobs in sports. He’s the guy who requests
Bickley: Golf needs more fun, less quiet
The Arizona Republic / Posted 13 hours ago
Jock Holliman has one of the hardest jobs in sports. He’s the guy who requests silence at the 16th hole at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, the loudest chunk of real estate on the PGA Tour. He takes his signature call – “Quiet, please” – very... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Future-proof your workplace with talent management and succession planningMore successful businesses are embracing succession planning to deepen their em
Future-proof your workplace with talent management and succession planning
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 13 hours ago
More successful businesses are embracing succession planning to deepen their employee bench strength and ensure they have top talent at every level of the company. At the same time, succession planning is intended to ensure that an organisation can... Read more
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Daily Pennsylvanian
Q&A with New York Times reporter Matt Flegenheimer about covering the 2016 electionMatt Flegenheimer HAVERHILL, Mass. — The DPolitics reporters aren’t the only j
Q&A with New York Times reporter Matt Flegenheimer about covering the 2016 election
Daily Pennsylvanian / Posted 13 hours ago
Matt Flegenheimer HAVERHILL, Mass. — The DPolitics reporters aren’t the only journalists covering the New Hampshire primary with Red and Blue blood in their veins. Matt Flegenheimer, a 2011 College graduate and former Daily Pennsylvanian sports... Read more
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USA Today
Super Bowl ads tune to classic rockOld-school rock is a recurring theme in this year's Super Bowl ads. Seventies
Super Bowl ads tune to classic rock
USA Today / Posted 14 hours ago
Old-school rock is a recurring theme in this year's Super Bowl ads. Seventies and Eighties rock tunes provide the soundtrack for many TV commercials during the broadcast of the big game, perhaps to catch the ear of baby boomers raised on classic... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Why It's Actually Pretty Easy To Get Smart, Diverse Women On PanelsLast summer, I got invited to speak at the Women in Technology International (W
Why It's Actually Pretty Easy To Get Smart, Diverse Women On Panels
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 15 hours ago
Last summer, I got invited to speak at the Women in Technology International (WITI) Summit, an annual gathering of professional women working in tech, hosted in the heart of Silicon Valley. I recently wrote a book that profiles millennials working... Read more
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Perth Now
Our parents are furious about thisMY DAD hates brunch. I think a daytime meal with friends — brunch is quicker,
Our parents are furious about this
Perth Now / Posted 15 hours ago
MY DAD hates brunch. I think a daytime meal with friends — brunch is quicker, cheaper, less boozy than dinner — should be uncontroversial. But the very concept of brunch is enough, apparently, to make my dad furious. “Brunch?!” he says,... Read more
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Fortune
For Coke and Pepsi, Super Bowl Is Market Share PlayCoca-Cola Co, PepsiCo and other consumer-facing companies spending big bucks to
For Coke and Pepsi, Super Bowl Is Market Share Play
Fortune / Posted 15 hours ago
Coca-Cola Co, PepsiCo and other consumer-facing companies spending big bucks to advertise during Sunday’s Super Bowl football extravaganza will be making a play for more market share to offset a slow economy and less overseas revenue. In the year... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Seven fallacies about managing virtual/remote teamspool of talent from which to choose. It can bring the benefit of having local r
Seven fallacies about managing virtual/remote teams
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 16 hours ago
pool of talent from which to choose. It can bring the benefit of having local representation. It supports preferences of "millennials" and much has been written about the observed increase in worker satisfaction and performance when based... Read more
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The Economic Times
Wall Street Week Ahead: For Coke and Pepsi, Super Bowl is market share playSAN FRANCISCO: Coca-Cola Co, PepsiCo and other consumer-facing companies spendi
Wall Street Week Ahead: For Coke and Pepsi, Super Bowl is market share play
The Economic Times / Posted 17 hours ago
SAN FRANCISCO: Coca-Cola Co, PepsiCo and other consumer-facing companies spending big bucks to advertise during Sunday's Super Bowl football extravaganza will be making a play for more market share to offset a slow economy and less overseas... Read more
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Business Standard India
Going reverse is just fineWhy more and more companies are warming up to the idea of reverse mentoringWhy
Going reverse is just fine
Business Standard India / Posted 17 hours ago
Why more and more companies are warming up to the idea of reverse mentoringWhy more and more companies are warming up to the idea of reverse mentoring It might be un-Indian to flip the traditional roles of mentor and mentee,... Read more
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Daily Record
Tattoos, martial arts and poker? Casinos wooing millennialsBOSTON - Casinos worried that millennials aren’t getting into traditional gambl
Tattoos, martial arts and poker? Casinos wooing millennials
Daily Record / Posted 18 hours ago
BOSTON - Casinos worried that millennials aren’t getting into traditional gambling like their parents and grandparents are bringing in tattoo studios, mixed martial arts competitions and other offbeat attractions to draw a younger clientele. In New... Read more
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The Washington Times
John Kasich says he has most bipartisan support of all GOP presidential contendersOhio Gov. John Kasich said Sunday that although he is running in the Republican
John Kasich says he has most bipartisan support of all GOP presidential contenders
The Washington Times / Posted 20 hours ago
Ohio Gov. John Kasich said Sunday that although he is running in the Republican presidential primaries, his support from Democrats shows his “ability to reassemble that old Reagan coalition.” Mr. Kasich joked over the weekend that he “ought to be... Read more
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