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Twitter’s Ad Business Shrinks, Company Focuses on Selling Data

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With Twitter’s ad revenues struggling, the company has set its sights on data licensing.

Twitter has seen some positive changes in its user engagement recently. But despite that, the company’s ad business is still floundering. Data has shown that the company has been gaining ground with daily active users (DAUs), with the group clearly outpacing the modest growth of monthly active users (MAUs). However, Twitter still hasn’t managed to turn this growth into revenue. Read More

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See the Unusual New Zealand Police Ad That Boosted Recruitment Inquiries by 600%

Ogilvy ditches the single spokesperson

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How do you reach a broad cross-section of potential police recruits? With an entertaining video that features a broad cross-section of police spokespeople. Read More

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Columbia Created a Line of ‘Empire Strikes Back’ Jackets and Sold Out in Minutes

Sadly, they won’t be making more. (Cue Chewbacca wail)

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Do you ever feel like retro marketing is an energy field created by all living things? One that surrounds us, penetrates us and binds the galaxy together? Read More

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Feds Plan To Confiscate Sole Wu-Tang Album And ‘Carter V’ From Martin Shkreli

By: KHARI NIXON

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To meet the mark of $7.4 million—the amount in assets that prosecutors have asked Judge Kiyo Matsumoto to seize from pharma-douche Martin Shkreli—feds have plans to confiscate the one-of-one Wu-Tang Clan album, Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, and the long-awaited Lil Wayne album, Tha Carter V, from Shkreli’s possession. After collecting $5 million bail from the shamed former pharmaceutical exec, the rap albums, in addition to a work of art and other assets, will be seized to bridge the difference. Read More

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American Airlines to impose curbs on ‘smart bags’

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American Airlines passengers wanting to check in ‘smart luggage’ equipped with charging devices for portable electronics will be required to remove lithium-ion batteries. Read More

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Why Amazon’s Alexa May Soon Become Your New Colleague

The company is launching Amazon for Business, an enterprise version of its popular virtual assistant technology.

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Amazon wants its virtual assistant Alexa to become your newest colleague.

The online retail giant is expected to announce Thursday the launch of Alexa for Business, a system that can book conference rooms, start meetings, and perform other functions in the workplace. Read More

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Apple security flaw lets anyone log into Mac computers without a password

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Apple is rushing to fix a serious security flaw that allows anybody to gain access to an Mac computer without the user’s password. Read More

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