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Mobile Money Apps: Tech Helps Teach Kids to Save

By Juan Castillo Even the iconic piggy bank is getting a digital makeover. Feeding the piggy has long been a down-homey, tried-and-true way to teach kids how to save money. Now, these lessons increasingly can be found on smartphonesShow More Summary

Advertising Pros Reveal Their Favorite Fast Food Mascots

By Heather Taylor Value menus, drive-thrus, and the ability to say “supersize it” on everything from French fries to sodas. It’s no secret that fast food has left a lasting impact on our culture, both within our lexicon and the food itself, which has long been advertised by a motley crew of colorful characters. Show More Summary

The Importance of the Super Bowl's Digital Marketing Sidecar

By Andy Taylor, Senior Research Analyst, Merkle Maximizing the digital footprint of Super Bowl advertising campaigns extends much further than simply posting television ads to YouTube. In order to effectively take advantage of the huge...Show More Summary

in Winning the Battle for the Eyeballs and Business Models

By Kyra Steegs, Senior Director of Video, Improve Digital It’s hardly a secret that today’s TV and video media landscape is undergoing a period of both massive disruption and incredible opportunity. According to Cisco, video will account...Show More Summary

Like It or Not: You Consider a Tax Pro

Admittedly, I think about and like taxes more than the average American. When I do my own tax return or a family members' return, I use a few different tax products and to be perfectly honest, I even consult with a tax professional - actually two or even three. Show More Summary

What To Do When You Didn't Reach the Business Goals You Set Last Year

The beginning of the new year prompts many of us to do a bit of reflection which often involves thinking about the annual business goals we met or didn't meet. There's no shame in reaching for the stars when it comes to setting goals...Show More Summary

Something New

Nothing like something new! New shoes. New jacket. New car. And that new car smell! New home. New dog. New baby. New relationship. The iPhone 7 plus plus plus! New boxing gloves. Gym membership. Magazine subscription. Snapchat account. Show More Summary

Your Toxic Boss Gets Promoted -- What About You?

Ever had a bad boss who seemed to fool everybody? I am sure you have. You know the type. They fire off indiscernible last-minute requests. Play favorites. And take sole credit for the team's efforts. But here is the most frustrating part -- they keep getting promoted. Show More Summary

Are You Aware Of This Brand-New Way To Make Money On Facebook?

Did you know that Facebook users watch 100 million hours of video every day? It's true. My household accounts for about 30 percent of that number. We like watching kittens, OK? There are more than a billion people using Facebook every day, and video has exploded on the social media platform over the past year. Show More Summary

How Will Trump Policies Affect Small Businesses?

How do you expect the Trump administration will impact small business owners? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer by Marco Zappacosta,...Show More Summary

Can You Earn a Real Living From Gig Jobs?

Can people earn a real living off of "gig economy" jobs? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer by Marco Zappacosta, Co-founder & CEO,...Show More Summary

What Lady Gaga Can Teach Us About Mentorship

Music superstar Lady Gaga has been riding high on a new album and an American tour kicking off after the Super Bowl, but a few years ago, she was vying for a different title: Intern. In 2010, Lady Gaga applied for an internship with world renowned designer Philip Treacy after she had worked with him on a few of her stage costumes. Show More Summary

Purpose: Rebuilding Trust in Business

What will it take to rebuild trust in capitalism and create a sense that it can provide for the needs of a broad and diverse set of stakeholders? Firstly, we must recognise that the world has changed in terms of who senior leaders need to relate to. Show More Summary

How to Create a Global Event Brand and Influence the Whole World

As World Communication Forum became so big and independent, and its seventh addition will be held in Geneva, the place where global politics and economics meet, we have decided to start with a new project. The idea of it is to publish our own World Communication Forum book. Show More Summary

According to This Doctor, The Key to Resounding Success is No Backup Plan

Dr. Fred Poordad is one of the world's leading physicians in liver care. When he's not mentoring and teaching medical students, residents and gastroenterology fellows or managing liver transplant patient care, he's a scientific advisory board member, peer reviewer, and researcher -- his work has appeared in over three-hundred publications. Show More Summary

Pre-Inaguration Anxiety By the Numbers - How President Trump is Affecting Consumer Sentiment

How President Trump is Affecting Consumer Sentiment A dramatic political transition is mesmerizing the nation. It’s not so much that things are changing, it’s that the change was entirely unexpected -- and when it comes to uncertainty, Trump is the gift that keeps on giving. As a result, a significant percentage of the U.S. Show More Summary

Davos Musings from Day Two

Today's Neologism "CorpUps" Davos is a sleepy ski town with a lovely winding main street. In the three days preceding the WEF annual meeting, many of the stores are emptied and teams do a complete renovation to turn them into Corporate Popups. Show More Summary

Five Ways Retailers Can Take Their Mobile Customer Experience from Good to Great

By Robi Ganguly It's been shown  that people who use retail mobile apps while shopping in-store visit the store more frequently, spend more time in the store, and spend more money overall. So, how can retailers make the impact of their...Show More Summary

Message from Davos: Carbon pricing is back

This week at Davos, CDP announced the Carbon Pricing Corridor initiative, the world's first industry-led initiative aimed at defining the investment-grade carbon prices needed for the power and industrial sectors to meet the Paris Agreement. Show More Summary

Why Do Brands Hate Me?

I'm a 34-year-old male with a wide range of interests, though I don't see myself as a loose millennial. In fact, lately I've been shocked when taking a look at myself in the mirror and seeing my aging facade. Growing up, when our family needed something, we'd browse though the yellow pages to find where to buy it. Show More Summary

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