Month: May 2022
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Most of us have walked into a Costco and seen the product ambassador at the end of the aisle asking you to try the free samples they hand out. Costco has been doing this for years, and guess what, it works! You smell the food, eat a small
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Major moves by tech companies are driving the next wave of marketing trends. Google announced the eventual deprecation of support for third-party cookies by 2023. Apple launched its new email protection feature in its latest iOS and OS systems.
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While President Biden has floated the idea of canceling “some” student loan debt — an idea both GOP and Democrat lawmakers alike are alarmed by, saying it would cost the government too much money and add to inflation — some college graduates with heavy debt loans aren’t waiting around for someone
The shock of the war in Ukraine and China’s zero-COVID policy continues to signal that the pandemic supply chain woes are far from being done.
“We have a huge supply shock with what’s going on with the war,” Citi Global Head of Public Sector Group Julie Monaco told Yahoo Finance (video above) at the 2022 World Economic Forum (WEF) in
Outlines Five Best Investments to Keep Marketers Connected to Their Audiences
NEW YORK, May 31, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Kinesso, IPG’s connected intelligence company, today debuted proprietary research designed to help brands maintain their connections with people in a rapidly changing advertising ecosystem. The report, titled “A Connected Approach to the Disconnected Identity Ecosystem,” explores how marketers can
The U.S. accounting standard-setter will consider crafting rules for how companies should account for climate-related transactions, a key step to providing clarity for firms and investors on deals involving items such as renewable-energy credits and carbon offsets.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board on Wednesday said it would add the project to the technical agenda featuring its rule-making priorities, which might