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Q&A: Joel Comm markets his social media message
The Internet marketing world wouldn't be quite complete without Joel Comm . He's an author, speaker, consultant and digital media marketing expert.
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Tue Apr 15, 2014
Yahoo, Telemundo Target U.S. Hispanic Market
Search giant Yahoo and Telemundo, which is owned by NBC Universal Television Group, announced on Wednesday that they're joining forces and merging their websites to create Yahoo! Telemundo, a site meant to draw users from the United States' large Hispanic population, the Associated Press reports via BusinessWeek .
Crumbs Bake Shop's Cronut Knockoffs Headed to BJ's Wholesale Clubs
Last year was a rough one for the venerated Great American Frosted Cupcake, what with various indicators of industry turmoil and the improbable ascent of Dominique Ansel's Cronut .
John Locke Foundation
Businessweek mentions one Medicaid problem
Those who have cautioned North Carolina against expanding its troubled Medicaid program will read with interest an article from the latest Bloomberg Businessweek .
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Google purchases drone company Titan Aerospace
The acquisition will likely help the tech company with Project Loon, which aims to provide more people worldwide with access to the Internet.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Silicon Alley Insider
These Beautiful Photos Show The Epicenter Of America's Lowrider Culture
A "lowrider" is a vehicle that's been modified so it rides lower to the ground than originally specified in an effort to improve performance and aesthetics.
Staples Offering 3D Printing Services
In a big move for the adoption of 3D printing, Staples has begun offering 3D printing services at a pair of stores, according to a BusinessWeek story Friday.
Phoenix New Times
Coffee Flour Is a Gluten-Free, Nutrient Rich Alternative
Hearing the words coffee flour might immediately make you think of some caffeinated food gimmick, but the new product is about sustainability and health more than providing a java jolt to your favorite pastry recipes.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Resource Investing News
Putin to Sign 30-year Gas Deal with China
Businessweek reported that Russian leader Vladimir Putin is looking to sign a deal to supply pipeline gas to China for the next 30 years.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Condoleezza Rice, surveillance and torture fan, joins Dropbox board
You don't need Mike Judge to remind you how dumb the valley is. Buried on page 3 of a Businessweek story by Brad Stone and Ari Levy, via Sam Biddle at Valleywag : Dropbox has also added a prominent fourth member to a board of directors that Houston has until now kept small-Condoleezza Rice.
First data in 33 years shows 4,000 Medicare millionaires
Medicare paid almost 4,000 doctors and medical professionals more than $1 million apiece in 2012, including seven who received more than $10 million.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Marvel Studios Making Plans Through 2028, Other Spin-Off Films Possible
Back in August , Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige made mention of the fact that they were making plans for their future films that stretched all the way to 2021, which seemed like a long ways off at the time.
Sun Mar 30, 2014
The Winnipeg Free Press
Sean Kilpatrick / THE CANADIAN PRESS files Conservative MP Steven Fletcher tabled two private memberi 1 2s bills on assisted suicide and says the public wants the debate.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
Wall St. Cheat Sheet
Is Ronald McDonald the Real Burger King?
Fast food joints are facing tough times. And while McDonald's sales still aren't what the company would like , it's still doing more business than its rival burger chains, including its biggest competitor, Burger King , according to a recent BusinessWeek report.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
'Yummies': Meet The New Worst Marketing Buzzword Ever
Thank god for the world's marketing departments. Without them, who would tirelessly work to ruin the English language? The latest salvo comes from retail analysts at HSBC, who have coined a new term that makes my brain bleed brain-blood: "Yummies."
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Book trade news from Book2book
Phaidon Press Names Keith Fox CEO
Art and architecture book publisher Phaidon Press has named Keith Fox CEO. He was most recently the president of the construction division at McGraw Hill Financial, which publishes Architectural Record and GreenSource Magazine among other publications.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
Businessweek: Myanmar's growing-and dangerous-jade trade
In the final three quarters of 2013, export earnings from Myanmar's jade trade reached $920 million-up more than a third from a year earlier-according to newly released figures from the country's Ministry of National Planning and Economic Development.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
Hedge Fund News: David Einhorn, Edward Lampert & Carl Icahn
Ever since the story first broke, more than five weeks ago, that David Einhorn was suing Seeking Alpha, the Israeli financial website has been very, very quiet on the topic.
Sat Mar 22, 2014
The Real Deal
Relateda s Jay Cross discusses his approach to public space
There hasn't been a great public space built in New York City in a very long time, according to Related's Jay Cross, who is overseeing Hudson Yards - the biggest U.S. real estate development on record.