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Date: Thu, 16. April 2015 00:18:32
SEATTLE (AP) ? A Seattle CEO who announced that he's giving himself a drastic pay cut to help cover the cost of big raises for his employees didn't just make those workers happy.
Date: Wed, 12. October 2016 17:37:53
NEWS BRIEF John Stumpf, the embattled CEO of Wells Fargo, is stepping down from his position immediately following a phony bank and credit-card account scandal that?s rocked one of the largest banks in the U.S.
Date: Sun, 8. December 2013 19:04:38
Growth in global advertising spending will accelerate to 5.8 percent a year by 2015, driven by demand for marketing via mobile devices and a broad-based economic recovery, a market research group forecast on Monday. ZenithOptimedia said spending on advertising was expected to rise by 3.6 percent this year, an upward revision from its September forecast of 3.5 percent. Advertising spending will then increase by 5.3 percent in 2014 and by 5.8 percent in 2015 and 2016, said Zenith, the forecasting unit of Publicis Groupe, the world's third-biggest advertising company by sales. Zenith compiled its Advertising Expenditure Forecasts by aggregating data from leading media owners and advertising agencies in 80 countries.
Date: Tue, 23. July 2013 04:22:52
What do you do if the CD in your agency is consistently pushing only his or her own ideas? What outlet do you have if your creative leader is having trouble seeing great ideas that didn't come from their own sketch pad? It's not an easy dilemma, but we discuss the exit strategies here. Creative Director? Or Creative Dictator? originally appeared on About.com Advertising on Wednesday, June 12th, 2013 at 11:33:29.Permalink | Comment | Email this
Date: Fri, 29. November 2013 03:06:31
The second part of my two-part special on workplace fakers is now love. It gives you five more people you need to look out for. Watch your backs people.More Advice On Spotting Fakers At Work. originally appeared on About.com Advertising on Monday, October 28th, 2013 at 12:21:13.Permalink | Comment | Email this
Date: Fri, 11. November 2016 18:33:50
Today's information-driven economy is leading to an influx of new big data jobs. Discover which job might be the best fit for your aptitudes and interests.
Date: Tue, 30. September 2014 19:27:00
The biggest news to come out of Apple’s product introduction in early September was Apple Pay, a mobile payment service that could jolt the moribund $400 billion business for credit card processing out of its deep slumber. The wake up call could impact players who handle trillions of electronic transactions, who may feel the ground shifting. The threat of Apple's entry into payments may have pushed Ebay to spin off payments subsidiary Paypal, announced today. And KKR, who owns the biggest card processor, First Data may be reconsidering options too.
Date: Tue, 2. February 2016 03:07:58
A dramatic fall in global oil prices is forcing oil companies to slash jobs and delay investments
Date: Wed, 23. April 2014 04:06:35
Kuerig is going to launch their new Kuerig 2.0 machine with a little added goodness...DRM technology. That's right, only Kuerig K-Cups can be used in the new machines. Talk about an easy way to alienate all of your current customers! Read the full story here. Kuerig...You're Crazy! originally appeared on About.com Advertising on Wednesday, March 12th, 2014 at 15:18:47.Permalink | Comment | Email this
Date: Wed, 29. January 2014 13:06:00
Do you still depend on monthly paper bills received via snailmail? Soon, you may be able to pay those bills by using your smartphone to photograph them along with either a personal check or credit card. While many people already pay monthly bills?for utilities, credit cards and other loans?by logging onto either a bank?s or the biller?s website, Mitek?s new Mobile Photo Payments technology targets people who don?t want to bother with logins and passwords as well as billers who prefer to deal directly with customers (as opposed to a bank or bill-pay service). Available as either an Android or iOS app or via a mobile browser, Mobile Photo Payments extracts billing information from a photograph of a paper bill, and gets payment information from a photograph of a paper check (made out to the biller in the amount of the payment) or a credit card (for which you must manually enter the three- or four-digit security code).To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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