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It seems there isn't a market that Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) won't enter, given a large enough opportunity. The onetime bookseller turned e-commerce titan already dominates online sales and cloud computing, and continues to search for other in
The Alcohol and Beverage Code (ABAC) adjudication panel has ruled that XXXX Summer Bright Lager, Wilde Beer and Furphy have all broken advertising rules on social media after a complaint was made by Cancer Council Victoria. The brands repeatedly used
The General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, taking effect in the European Union on May 25 was created to protect EU citizens from potential abuses, like the recent Cambridge Analytica scandal. Though the timing may seem striking, it is coinciden
When closing time nears, local Chinese restaurant owners say they must quickly decide whether to greet people approaching the entrance doors with a welcoming smile or a drawn gun. Their fears continue after they lock up for the night, checking their
A projection of cyber code on a hooded man is pictured in this illustration picture taken on May 13, 2017.  Cybersecurity remains a major problem for China as electronic attacks are frequent worldwide and with no end in sight, according to a lea
There are many factors beyond product features and price that cause shoppers to hit the buy button. Shipping is a big part of that equation, but what kind of options are most likely to drive increased sales? Given the Amazon Prime effect, many consum
The Chinese economy's massive export engine is slowing down as the trade war heats up. A new salvo from the United States could push it into reverse. Growth in Chinese exports weakened to just under 10% in August, down from more than 12% the prev
Nearly 700 more small businesses in Georgia kept their operations going instead of permanently closing in 2016, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Terri Denison, the district director at the Georgia Small Business Administration,
While many headlines focus on how technology is disrupting marketing, there's another area that is being disrupted: Talent. Over the years, I've seen a growing exodus of digital-savvy talent moving from media agencies to technology companies.
With the rise of online players, the old advertising model of supporting news media is largely a thing of the past. As a consequence, more and more media outlets are now boosting their balance sheets by selling a new kind of service to corporate cust

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