Day: June 16, 2022


Apple’s lack of new anti-tracking rules leaves advertisers

When Apple revealed iOS 16 at its developer conference this week, the marketing world held its breath, expecting the company to take the nuclear option to cut off data coming from iPhones that feeds mobile advertising. Instead, Apple appeared to give the industry a reprieve, for now.

“I am shocked,” said one marketing tech executive, who is familiar with Apple’s

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Suze Orman’s 5 main rules to avoid going totally broke in

Suze Orman’s 5 main rules to avoid going totally broke in retirement

Everyone hopes that, after decades of hard work, they’ll retire rich enough to spend decades more enjoying the fruits of their labor.

But if you ask financial guru Suze Orman, the average American is nowhere near ready. Their savings won’t last decades — they’ll last about three years.

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Four Million Hard-Hit Businesses Approved for Nearly $390

SBA delivered an unprecedented level of economic aid to small businesses impacted by the pandemic

Washington, June 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — As the country continues to transition from a historic economic recovery to stable, steady growth that works for families and small businesses, Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman, the voice for America’s 32.5 million small businesses in President Biden’s

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