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Forbes Social Media News
Mar 22, 2019

Three Flaws In Framing Clean Water Access And Climate Change As Rivals
The global water crisis is a subset of climate change. Here are 3 flaws with framing them against each other.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 22, 2019

3 Ways To Spy On Your Competitors - And Why You Need To Start Doing It Now
How do you get an advantage over your competitors? In this article, discover how to spy on your competitors and what you need to spy on in order to improve your own digital marketing strategies - and gain that ever elusive competitive advantage.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 21, 2019

The Mythology Of The Starving Artist On Social Media
How much is enough for YouTube creators? We should focus less on the answer and more why we're asking the question to begin with.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 21, 2019

How APIs Can Transform Your Company
With a thoughtful strategy in place—a strategy that goes beyond a technical imperative—companies can capitalize on several core benefits of APIs.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 21, 2019

Facebook Exposed Up To 600 Million Passwords -- Here's What To Do
Facebook has just admitted to exposing hundreds of millions of passwords. Find out who is impacted and how to secure your account

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 21, 2019

Facebook Has Exposed Up To 600 Million Passwords -- Here's What To Do
Facebook has just admitted to exposing hundreds of millions of passwords. Find out who is impacted and how to secure your account

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 21, 2019

#FacebookDown Or Not, Why Your Nonprofit Should Be On Twitter
Twitter is a divisive topic for many nonprofits -- but success on Twitter can come in many different forms. Here's how your nonprofit can benefit from using Twitter, even with a very limited time investment.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 21, 2019

Internet Blacklisting Is Taking Off Across The World
Rather than rendering governments obsolete and ensuring unfettered information access, the web has actually not only entrenched the power of governments over information but gone further to grant them powers of control unimaginable in the print era.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 21, 2019

Apple's Streaming TV Services Will Never Usurp Netflix, Hulu
Apple is set to launch its own streaming TV service next week, but it will never beat Netflix or even Hulu because 'Friends'

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 21, 2019

A World Water Day Surprise - The Moon May Be A Great Place To Make Water
The Moon may be a great place to make water according to NASA scientists. Here's why.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 21, 2019

4 Most Effective Methods For Promoting Your Blog Posts
Do you want to drive more traffic to your blog? Leverage these 4 tried and tested blog promotion methods to boost shares and traffic.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 21, 2019

Preparing The Human Workforce For The Machine Workforce
As artificial intelligence-driven automation changes the nature of work and workplaces in unpredictable ways, how are nations shifting the way they think about the workforce?

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 20, 2019

Meet Kubi Springer: The Branding Expert Who Started As An Intern With Diddy
The story of how Kubi Springer went from an intern with Diddy to helping some of the largest companies in the world to build their brand

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 20, 2019

How To Get Free Instagram Followers And More Likes
Get free followers on Instagram; that is the holy grail for marketers and indie content producers. Let's look at the data from studying 48 million people to get to the top 11 steps or ways of free Instagram follower nirvana...

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 20, 2019

2030: The Future Of Influence
Evaluating the future of influence relating to celebrities, influencers and brands.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 20, 2019

Is This The Proof That Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg Wants 'No Privacy'
After his open letter on privacy, is Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg serious about privacy issues surrounding users of the social network behemoth and its associated platforms Instagram and WhatsApp? One fintech industry pioneer widely recognized as the inventor of digital cash (crypto) begs to differ.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 20, 2019

Is This The Proof That Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg Wants 'No Privacy'?
After his open letter on privacy, is Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg serious about privacy issues surrounding users of the social network behemoth and its associated platforms Instagram and WhatsApp? One fintech industry pioneer widely recognized as the inventor of digital cash (crypto) begs to differ.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 20, 2019

5 Apps To Make Business Life Easier
I love to discover new and clever ways to get things done, I think most of us do. There are a ton of apps out there that are designed to make life a bit easier, but these are the top 5 that I use consistently to make my day run a bit smoother.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 19, 2019

Will Viacom Channels Go Dark On DirecTV?
Viacom is taking its case directly to DirecTV customers after failing to come to terms on a new distribution agreement with the satellite TV provider's corporate parent AT&T.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 19, 2019

Facebook Agrees To Prevent Some Advertisers From Targeting By Race, Gender, Age
After years of criticism, Facebook has agreed to "sweeping" changes in how it treats housing, employment, and credit advertisements.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 19, 2019

Facebook To Attempt 'Game Changing' Overhaul In Ad Discrimination Settlement
After years of criticism, Facebook has agreed to "sweeping" changes in how it treats housing, employment, and credit advertisements.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 19, 2019

Kickstarter Versus 'Crypto' ICOs: Are Traditional Platforms Having The Last Laugh?
The crowdfunding world - traditional or more blockchain/crypto-related - might be getting a little more crowded of late. As a financing vehicle it has been around for years, but is there a shift in the sands with some traditional platforms mounting a fight back and giving ICOs a run for their money?

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 19, 2019

The New Zealand Terror Attack Shows Our Ethics Lagging Way Behind Our Technology
The rise of white nationalist terrorism shows how accelerating technology needs a new ethics of use.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 19, 2019

The Problem With AI-Powered Content Moderation Is Incentives Not Technology
It is worth looking more closely at how automated content moderation works today and especially the cost-capability tradeoff and the lack of incentives for platforms to remove horrific content given that they profit monetarily from such material.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 19, 2019

Why Twitter is Tired of Rowling's Teasing
Recent social media backlash, over JK Rowling's latest Dumbledore interview, shows that Twitter is tired of her performative retconning.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 19, 2019

Why Identity Fluidity And Self-Sovereignty Is Important In A Virtually Mediated Future
A new avatar, a funny nickname and a specific outlook are all it takes to create a new identity. While it may seem strange, the companies investing in virtual avatars are betting big on a simple concept—that the future will be virtually mediated.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 19, 2019

Google Inbox Joins Google Plus, Allo In The Cold, Dark Tomb Of Google Apps
Along with its Google Plus app, Google is shutting down Google Inbox on the same day, joining Allo and tons of other apps in the Google App Graveyard

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 19, 2019

WOAW CEO Joe Binder talks YouTube, comparison and why he considered quitting
Despite his early business success, Joe Binder finds comparison a difficult drug to quit.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 18, 2019

Four Lessons From 'Bomb Cyclone' Flooding In The Great Plains
Four lessons that emerged from a panel of experts that watched the Great Plains flooding unfold.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 18, 2019

We Live In A Post-Gatekeeper World Not A Post-Truth World
In just three short decades, the web has taken us from governments as gatekeepers to informational anarchy to a new era in which a handful of private companies act as gatekeepers to the world. Perhaps the path forward is to create an information literate public that can tame the chaos on its own.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 17, 2019

When Graphs Collide: The Coming Merger of Property and Semantic Graphs
By treating reifications, assertions about assertions, as first-class objects in the Semantic Web, the idea of interchange between property and semantic graphs and the ability to work with graphs using a much broader set of tools opens up.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 17, 2019

Misinformation And Fake News Are Genuine Threats Not Marketing Buzzwords
We are increasingly commercializing the study of misinformation into sham science based on false findings derived from bad data wrapped in a shiny wrapper of technological hype and hyperbole. How do we restore scientific rigor to the study of misinformation and where do we go from here?

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 17, 2019

Facebook Privacy Update: Mark Zuckerberg's Response To Cambridge Analytica Scandal One Year On
It is now a year ago that the Cambridge Analytica scandal, which saw Facebook user data hoovered up for use in political campaigns, broke into the headlines. The legal and business repercussions continue to this day, but has Mark Zuckerberg actually learned his lesson?

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 16, 2019

Combatting Fake News Requires Provenance And Information Literacy
As we are increasingly separated from the production process of the information we consume, what does this suggest about the future of our trust in information?

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 16, 2019

What To Do When Greyhound Cancels Your Bus
Know your (limited) rights when it comes to Greyhound buses.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 16, 2019

How Brands Like Peloton, Bonobos, and Camp Have Focused on Value Creation Over Selling Goods
There was a common thread that I picked up in the many examples of exemplary retailers being singled out at ShopTalk. Simply put, it's the creation of great customer value, over selling goods. This was particularly evident among the successful category disruptors represented.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 15, 2019

Why Facebook's Newsfeed Isn't Going Away Anytime Soon
Be under no illusion, whether the person who made the Newsfeed is at Facebook or not, the Newsfeed will survive and thrive.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 15, 2019

Social Media Giants Are Trying—And Failing—To Stop Distribution Of Christchurch Shooting Footage
Tech giants are scrambling to contain a 17-minute video of mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand in what is one of the most insidious uses of sharing violence on social media.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 15, 2019

Facebook And YouTube Are Trying—And Failing—To Contain Fallout Of New Zealand Shooting Footage
Internet companies sought to contain the fallout after a mass shooter broadcast a 17-minute video of his deadly attack on two New Zealand mosques and left a trail of references to other hate crimes on social networks, highlighting these ubiquitous' platforms role in fostering extremist views.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 15, 2019

Facebook And YouTube Are Trying—And Failing—To Stop Distribution Of New Zealand Shooting Footage
Tech giants are scrambling to contain a 17-minute video of mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand in what is one of the most insidious uses of sharing violence on social media.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 15, 2019

Consumers Think It's Ethical To Steal Streaming Video Services
Many consumers think nothing of accessing video streaming services without paying for it using someone else's account even though it's stealing.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 15, 2019

How Android Q Will Boost Smartphone Cameras
The next version of Android brings significant enhancements for photographers.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 15, 2019

Who Will Trust Facebook Bank?
Following a significant data breach, a titanic loss of consumer trust, calls by numerous politicians for regulation, and a massive service outage, Facebook wants to become a bank issuing its own cryptocurrency. Who will trust Facebook Bank?

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 14, 2019

'Aladdin' Advertisement Sparks Controversy
Consumer protection advocates fear that the folks featured in a new Aladdin commercial might not be friends like me.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 14, 2019

How Memes Are Helping and Hurting Brands: Maximizing The Upside And Minimize The Downside
Memes have exploded in popularity and they are hard for brands to control. This article discusses how McDonald's, Starbucks, Balenciaga, Apple Air Pods, Netflix and IHOP have entered the meme conversation with highly viral memes, some intended and some as consumer generated content.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 14, 2019

How Memes Help and Hurt Brands: Maximizing The Upside And Minimizing The Downside
Memes have exploded in popularity and they are hard for brands to control. This article discusses how McDonald's, Starbucks, Balenciaga, Apple Air Pods, Netflix and IHOP have entered the meme conversation with highly viral memes, some intended and some as consumer generated content.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 14, 2019

Facebook, Instagram Restored After Server Configuration Outage
Facebook said an outage kept users from posting updates, sending messages, commenting and using other functionalities, for more than 22 hours was the result of a server configuration change.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 14, 2019

Meteorologists Are Among Female Scientists Wearing Purple On Pi Day. Here's Why?
The #DressForSTEM movement on PI Day brings much needed attention to the challenges women face in STEM careers.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 14, 2019

'Beat Saber' VR Slasher Hits 1 Million Downloads, Releases New 10-Song Monstercat Music Pack
Record-breaking VR game officially eclipses the 1M install mark in just under a year.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 14, 2019

'Beat Saber' VR Slasher Hits 1 Million Installs, Releases New 10-Song Monstercat Music Pack
Record-breaking VR game officially eclipses the 1M install mark in just under a year.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 14, 2019

Was The Facebook Outage A Cyber-Attack?
Facebook and Instagram users were unable to access the service yesterday. So what happened?

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 14, 2019

That Nasty Facebook Outage Was Sure Great News For Telegram
While millions of users bemoaned yesterday's social media meltdown, the global outage of WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook was great news for rival messaging company Telegram.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 13, 2019

#FacebookDown - How A Social Network's Failure Made This Community More Social
Wednesday's sustained outage of Facebook and Instagram for millions of users worldwide led to some unique challenges for nonprofits around the U.S., especially the 24-hour Roanoke Valley Gives event taking place in western Virginia.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 13, 2019

Facebook Tweets, Instagram And Facebook Are Down
Facebook and Instagram users on Wednesday were met with messages that the social media sites were down. Some users aren't able to log into their accounts at all while others are experiencing limited functionality.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 13, 2019

Facebook Tweets: Instagram And Facebook Are Down
Facebook and Instagram users on Wednesday were met with messages that the social media sites were down. Some users aren't able to log into their accounts at all while others are experiencing limited functionality.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 13, 2019

No The Bomb Cyclone Is Not An Inland Hurricane - Here's Why They Differ
The "bomb cyclone" affecting the U.S. is "not" an inland hurricane - The basics on how hurricanes and mid-latitude cyclones differ.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 13, 2019

No, The Bomb Cyclone Is Not An Inland Hurricane - Here's How They Differ
The "bomb cyclone" affecting the U.S. is "not" an inland hurricane - The basics on how hurricanes and mid-latitude cyclones differ.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 13, 2019

The Day I Fed My Friends To An IBM Algorithm
IBM's recent use of a huge collection of photographs stored on Flickr to train facial recognition algorithms could open a very interesting discussion regarding the use of all the pictures and materials we constantly upload to social media.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 13, 2019

What Will Replace The Fading Hashtag?
The hashtag appears to have emerged on Twitter as a response of the shift from conversation to sharing, but as its popularity declines, what might replace it?

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 13, 2019

Does Elizabeth Warren Have A Point About Technology Oligarchies?
Are technology oligarchies good or bad for competition in the marketplace? Should the giant technology companies that own huge segments of their markets, be broken up to encourage more innovation and competition? Or is "big" good for consumers?

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 13, 2019

Double Jeopardy On Two African Coasts - Cyclone Idai And Saharan Dust
Africa is threatened by Tropical Cyclone Idai on one coast and Saharan dust on the other coast. Here's what is happening.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 13, 2019

Calls To Boycott Tucker Carlson's Advertisers Are Problematic
Ad boycotts are based on the faulty notion that there is a relationship between the ads and content that's near them.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 13, 2019

Boycotting Tucker Carlson's Advertisers Isn't A Good Idea
Ad boycotts are a pointless distraction that creates more problems than they solve. The best way for Fox haters to "punish" the news channel is to ignore it.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 13, 2019

Here's What Internet Users Think About The Controversy Around Guaranteed Income
See where you rank in this study and why people have strong emotions on this topic.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 12, 2019

P30 Pro Camera: Huawei Should Have Known Better Than To Post These Images
Huawei should know better by now than to use stock photography to promote a smartphone camera.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 12, 2019

Taxonomies, Ontologies and Machine Learning: The Future of Knowledge Management
The distinctions between machine learning and semantics are disappearing - they are both simply tools for managing the metadata associated with the data that flows through every organization and domain.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 12, 2019

Does Twitter's Decline Mean The End Of The Global Town Square?
Twitter has shrunk almost in half, shed its vaunted geotagged resolution, centralized around an ever-older set of elite accounts and transitioned from a place to hear from the world to a place to retweet from afar. What does this mean for the future of the global town square?

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 12, 2019

Facebook's Deletion Of Warren's Ad Reminds Us It Can Silence Debate About Itself
We must confront the most existential question of the digital age: has Facebook grown so powerful that it is now simply too late to do anything about it?

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 12, 2019

#TrashTag Challenge Goes Viral As People Share Before/After Photos Of Their Cleanup
A new challenge has gone viral and this one is prompting people around the world to clean up their nearby green areas and post before/after photos.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 12, 2019

As Its IPO Makes U.S. News, Uber Must Grapple With Global Competition
A smartphone app from behemoth automotive nav and infotainment maker HERE lets users plan rides to shared destinations via multiple providers in 15 global cities, with more to come. What now, Uber?

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 12, 2019

As Uber's IPO Makes U.S. News, It Must Grapple With Global Competition
A smartphone app from behemoth automotive nav and infotainment maker HERE lets users plan rides to shared destinations via multiple providers in 15 global cities, with more to come. What now, Uber?

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 12, 2019

This New Facebook Phishing Campaign Could Trick Even Vigilant Users
A new campaign targets Apple's iOS but could be adapted for Android. Here's how to avoid it

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 12, 2019

20 Happiest And 20 Unhappiest Cities In America
A new report lists the happiest and the unhappiest cities in the country.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 12, 2019

Personal Branding Advice You Must Ignore
Not all personal branding advice is valuable. Here's some common advice you must ignore so you can build your personal brand and expand your success.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 11, 2019

Social Media Isn't Faster Or Better Than The News
In a world in which data is increasingly seen as a bulwark against misinformation, perhaps we should spend a bit more time reexamining all of the truisms we take for granted about what our data actually tells us.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 11, 2019

Facebook's Fake Pivot To Privacy
Mark Zuckerberg just made a lengthy announcement that has been described as a privacy pivot. Zuckerberg's plan is a pragmatic move of a hyper-focused, obsessive CEO and little to do with privacy; it is not even a pivot; it appears tone-deaf as it gives ammunition to those who criticize Facebook.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 11, 2019

Six Signs That El Niño Is Very Healthy Right Now
Six weather and climate factors indicating a healthy El Niño right now.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 11, 2019

Why Eschewing Public Engagement Is Your Nonprofit's Key To Facebook Live Video Success
Nonprofits often wonder why their Facebook content -- and particularly their live-streaming videos -- are not receiving a lot of traditional engagement. But success often comes when nonprofits look beyond the 'like' button to measure genuine impact.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 11, 2019

Global Mass Surveillance And How Facebook's Private Army Is Militarizing Our Data
In our rush to livestream our lives into Facebook's walled garden, we are signing away the rights to our privacy, our thoughts and even our likenesses to a private company that can do what it pleases with our information and is under no obligation of any kind to tell us what it does with our lives.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 11, 2019

The Three Most Crucial Takeaways for Brands From Shoptalk 2019
Shoptalk 2019 offered a lot of insight into the top concerns for retailers, and shed light onto possible strategies for succeeding in the future.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 11, 2019

The Intrusiveness Of Internet Advertising: The Not So Hidden Persuaders
Consumers' ability to control when and how they watch ads on the net is being eroded by the increasing intrusiveness of online advertising. The risk that many consumers will be alienated is high.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 11, 2019

It Turns Out We've Been Concerned About Facebook's Privacy Since The Beginning
Is our conversation about Facebook and privacy something new, born of the Cambridge Analytica scandal or did the events of last year simply bring the dormant issue of privacy back into the global conversation after three years of silence?

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 11, 2019

Twitter's Anti-harassment Tools, Reviewed
They're just okay? The new ones recently announced seem the best yet.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 11, 2019

New Cryptocurrency Wave Of Fraud Hits Instagram In Sweden
High-end brands, as well as consumer electronics, have recently been advertised for spot prices up to 300 Euros primarily to the general public. Individuals are being asked to transfer crypto and when transfer is completed, the seller vanishes with the money and the products are never delivered.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 11, 2019

7 Steps - To Avoid The New Instagram Cryptocurrency Fraud Wave
Following a new wave of Instagram Cryptocurrency fraud in which fraudulent sellers offer luxury brands to anticipated buyers at bargain prices, each user that consider a purchase of an item via Instagram might review a potential purchase using the following seven-step process.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 10, 2019

Seth Rudetsky is Broadway's Secret Star-maker
One of the top folks responsible for putting Broadway performers in plum roles is not a casting director.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 10, 2019

Want A Healthier Relationship With Technology? Meet The Marie Kondo Of Digital Decluttering
Computer scientist and author Cal Newport shares how to have more intention around the way we use digital tools in order to live a fuller life.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 10, 2019

Facebook's Pivot Confirms Our 'High-Touch' Future
Perhaps Facebook is like Moses: It has its eye on the promised land. It won't get there itself, but it has pointed the way for others. The Internet's land of milk and honey represents an intersection of privacy, intimacy and interconnectedness--things that human beings will always crave deeply.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 10, 2019

Branding vs Marketing: Innovative Solutions In Today's Digital Marketplace
Branding and marketing are two slices of a pie that gives companies a competitive edge over others in their industry. They differ slightly, but both of these things are needed for companies' long term survival. Branding deals with an image and message that resonates with the company's audience.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 10, 2019

Do We Even Care What Our Data Says Anymore?
If our data mattered, we would be spending the time to understand it and adjusting our methodologies and research agendas to match its strengths and limitations. In a world in which we seem increasingly uninterested in what our data actually says, is there any hope left for the future of "big data?"

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 09, 2019

It's Time To Unsubscribe from Pewdiepie Vs. T-Series
The Battle for YouTube has been taken over by a dogmatism that is a disservice to the platform and community. It's time to unsubscribe.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 08, 2019

How Streaming Is Bringing Us Closer To 1984's Memory Hole
As we increasingly shift towards streaming and e-books, that externalization of information and centralization to an ever-smaller number of streaming companies means we are edging ever closer to 1984's "memory hole."

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 08, 2019

What More Can The Law Do For Women?
In the last 110 years, since the first (domestic) women's day, some important progress has been made to ensure women's equal rights. These successes will erode if the suppression of women's equal rights is reintroduced by other means.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 08, 2019

Warren Wants To Break Up Amazon, Facebook, Google
The biggest tech companies have gotten too big, presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren argues. She is proposing to break up Amazon, Facebook and Google, regulate them like utilities and unwind many of hteacquisitions the firms have made in recent years.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 08, 2019

Why Apple Got Spared As Elizabeth Warren Targets Amazon, Facebook, Google For Breakup
Five reasons why Elizabeth Warren is not targeting Apple for breakup.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 08, 2019

Tech Companies Put Onus On Women To Protect Themselves From Cyber Crime
If technology and policy are truly going to protect women from violence, they must abandon norms of victim blaming and instead target the people who stalk as well as the tech companies whose devices and software can easily be exploited to harm women.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 08, 2019

Most Cord Cutters Don't Stray Far From Their Cable Providers
Given the lack of competitive broadband markets, many cord-cutters can't say goodbye to their cable company entirely.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 08, 2019

How Data Science Became About Chasing Fads Instead Of Delivering Insight
How is it then that over almost seven years all of our statisticians, programmers, disciplinary experts and other data scientists missed all of these warning signs and failed to adjust how they were using Twitter? Have we simply stopped looking at the data we analyze? Or are we just chasing fads?

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 08, 2019

Data Shows 'Captain Marvel' Is Powering Up #MeToo And #IWD
New search analytics reveal a strong correlation between interest in Marvel Studios' first female title character and engagement with female empowerment issues online.

Forbes Social Media News
Mar 08, 2019

This Financial Pop-Up Is Changing The Personal Finance World For Young Female Investors
Personal finance expert Farnoosh Torabi is launching a pop-up called Stacks House to create an interactive experience for women and money. Her goal is to change the way women see money and financial literacy. For Gen Z and Millennial women, this might be exactly the right tool to help build wealth.

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