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8 min ago | Technology Marketing
The next leap in advertising is literally the ability to leap across screens. Picture a brand's multipart marketing story that begins on your tablet and ends on your smartphone.
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1 hr ago | Emmy Advanced Media
Forty-four percent of smartphone users want the ability to make in-person purchases with their smartphone, according to Harris Interactive.
5 hrs ago | Cincinnati.com
Among the changes you'll see when Nick Lachey and 'The Sing-Off' return to NBC tonight (9-11 p.m. Graeter's has opened a second kiosk at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport after opening its first one earlier this year.
9 hrs ago | WSJ Media and Advertising
"The Wire" creator David Simon talked about greed and the flaws of capitalism during an appearance at the Festival of Dangerous Ideas in Sydney, Australia.
13 hrs ago | Market Wire
Crystal Semantics is an award-winning provider of semantic advertising solutions.
17 hrs ago | This Is London
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Advertising spending will then increase by 5.3 per cent in 2014 and by 5.8 per cent in 2015 and 2016, said Zenith, the forecasting unit of Publicis Groupe, the world's third-biggest advertising company by sales - PHOTO [LONDON] Growth in global advertising spending will accelerate to 5.8 per cent a year by 2015, driven by demand for marketing via ... (more)
By almost any measure, Kirk Rademaker has a dream job. As a professional sand carver, he is paid to travel to beautiful beaches to create huge sand sculptures.
Gotham Girls and the Shock Exchange both reside in NYC, but the talent of NY/NJ reaches far beyond the five boroughs.
He has sat at the table with former presidents Gerald R. Ford - a boyhood friend - and Dwight D. Eisenhower; and with generals such as George Patton and Omar Bradley and Secretary of State George Marshall, author of the Marshall Plan.
A new marketing strategy aimed at drawing a buyer for the long-vacant Nielsen Media Research property crossed the first hurdle Thursday as city commissioners preliminarily approved a land-use designation change.
Millions of Americans wouldn't hesitate to get a second opinion if their vehicle needed repair, yet a stunning percentage fail to seek a second opinion for important health decisions, a new survey reveals.
Teletech Holdings Chairman James Barlett sold 5,615 shares of Teletech Holdings stock on the open market in a transaction that occurred on Thursday, December 5th.
In the past 15 years, American print publishers have experienced a massive decline in advertising revenues.
Jacksonville entrepreneur Mike White intends to invest more than $500,000 in moving his company from leased space on the Northbank to a newly acquired building across the St. Johns River in San Marco.
Tis' the season for office parties. A new CareerBuilder survey conducted by Harris Interactive shows 59 percent of employers are planning to throw company holiday parties for their workers in December, the same as in 2012.