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Talent in Selling Video Never Gets Old—A Guide to Navigating the NewFronts

44 minutes agoMedia / Media Industry News : Adweek

In a world where television is video, content is publishing, and upfronts are OutFronts and NewFronts, there is one precious commodity that is timeless and invaluable: wisdom. The digital media vendors plying their trade by selling ad opportunities in the brand marketing ecosystem (BME) could greatly benefit from tapping into experienced, innovative, top television leaders...

Trading One Bad Map for Another?

Earlier this month, the social studies classrooms of Boston Public Schools underwent a slight but significant change in decor. Down came the Mercator Projection—a common choice of world maps for schools—which distorts the size of each land mass but keeps continental shapes intact. Show More Summary

Trading Spaces returns in 2018: a look back at 7 memorable reveals

The iconic show is getting a reboot The Learning Channel—better known as TLC—just announced that one of its most successful shows will get a reboot. Trading Spaces aired from 2000 to 2008 and introduced the world to a cast and crew that...Show More Summary

Billionaire inventor Sir James Dyson is 'enormously optimistic' about post-Brexit trade deals

Sir James Dyson, one of the world's most successful inventors, says he is "enormously optimistic" about Britain's trading landscape after it breaks away from the European Union because Europe accounts for only a small slice of over global...Show More Summary

Lumentum: Jefferies Ups 3-D Sensing View; Oclaro ‘Not For Sale’

One of the major trade shows of the fiber optic world is taking place this week in the Los Angeles Convention Center, the The Optical Networking and Communication Conference & Exhibition, or simply “OFC,” as it’s known, and several Wall...Show More Summary

Ciena, Infinera, Lumentum: William Blair Offers Tidbits from OFC Conference

One of the major trade shows of the fiber optic world is taking place this week in the Los Angeles Convention Center, the The Optical Networking and Communication Conference & Exhibition, or simply “OFC,” as it’s known, and several Wall...Show More Summary

China Seeks Control in Global Commodity Trade

Iron ore is one of, if not the, most used elements in the modern world. Iron is the most important part of the steelmaking process and about 98% of the world’s iron ore is used to make steel. It has a combination of strength and durability most metals cannot compare to. Show More Summary

The US head at one of the top trading firms in the world explains what's going on in the stock market

The US stock market is barely moving. The S&P 500 closed up, or within 1% of its opening price, for more than 10o days in a row. Just about every measure of volatility is at a multi-year low. In other words, it's all quiet. That hasShow More Summary

The US head at one of the top trading firms in the world says he's cracked a Wall Street riddle

How do you do more with less? It's a question just about every business head on Wall Street has had to ask themselves over the last five years. A tough trading environment for fixed income, currencies and commodities, coupled with increased...Show More Summary

The Simple Reason North Korea Keeps Bringing the World to the Edge of War

Kyle Mizokami Security, Asia Rockets, gunboats and torpedoes are tools of Pyongyang’s diplomatic trade. Let’s get one thing out of the way. North Korea is not crazy. News pundits, talking heads and headline writers love to deride the...Show More Summary

One World Trade Center newest landmark to light up green for St. Patrick's Day

On St. Patrick's Day, the world will take on a shamrock green glow, with new additions to Tourism Ireland's annual "Global Greening" campaign. 

Mobile Marketers Are Starting to Only Charge Brands for Ads That Drive Foot Traffic to Stores

Four screens mounted to the walls of xAd's headquarters in New York's One World Trade Center flip through the location-based advertising player's 100 million mapped stores and locations, constantly refreshing to show brands where smartphone-toting consumers are currently looking at advertisements on their devices. Troves of data are displayed and mapped out in real time...

Gartman Is About To Short "Industrialized World" Markets

One day after gloating at Bill Ackman over his $4 billion loss on Valeant, Dennis Gartman is back with his latest trade reco which may be worth paying attention to: he says that while he is getting "bullish of Japanese shares", he is offsetting this with an imminent short of markets across the "industrialized" world. Show More Summary

Blizzard Bans Top World Of Warcraft Players For Trading Dungeon Runs For Cash

It’s one thing to run a friend through a dungeon that might be a little too rough for them because you’re a Cool Pal. It’s something else entirely to do it for a rando and ask for real money in return. In World of Warcraft, the latter is unacceptable, and Blizzard’s started banning top players for it. Read more...

The Browns' trade for Brock Osweiler was the one of the 'most creative' trades in NFL history and it looks like a genius move

The Cleveland Browns sent a shock wave through the NFL world on Thursday afternoon when they came out of nowhere and traded for Houston Texans $72 million quarterback Brock Osweiler. "To be exact, Houston saves $16 million in cash and $10 million against their cap this season. Show More Summary

Riot Games Is Suing Over Stolen League Of Legends Accounts

Account trading is one of the most lucrative gray and black market businesses in the world of MMOs, MOBAs and many free-to-play titles. Well, Riot Games is suing over stolen League of Legends accounts that have allegedly been used by a gray market reseller to make loads of money on those...

Gigsky Gets Ready for the Unlocked Phone Future

Last week at the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona,  I met up with executives from GigSky, a startup that makes one of my favorite things in telecom, specifically a pay-as-you go data plan that can be activated on devices such as Apple’s (AAPL) iPad. Show More Summary

Kuwait turns Silk Road into a massive causeway

Kuwait is building one of the world's longest causeways to its remote north where it will pump billions into "Silk City", aiming to revive the ancient Silk Road trade route. The oil-rich emirate is eager to inject life into the uninhabited Subbiya region on its northern tip that has been chosen as the location for Silk City. Show More Summary

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