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Business school grads and quants are winning the battle to create the next P&G

Posted on: September 17, 2018, in Blog

Micah Rosenbloom microbrands. We’re witnessing a Cambrian explosion of new consumer startups. For the last couple of years, building a successful startup has seemed as simple as picking an out of favor category like ketchup and turning the most mundane of condiments into a Creative design helps a brand stand out, but accounting acumen is what keeps […]

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Twitter is considering badging bots as far as we can detect them

Posted on: September 16, 2018, in Blog

At today’s Senate Intelligence Committee hearing Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey was asked by vice chair Sen. Mark Warner whether users should have “a right to know” if they are talking to a bot or a human on its platform — to help people better navigate the information they are being exposed to. Dorsey agreed that “more […]

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Instagram is testing video tagging

Posted on: September 16, 2018, in Blog

Instagram is testing a way to allow users to tag their friends in their video posts, not just in photos, TechCrunch has learned and the company confirmed. The option works similarly to tagging photos, but instead of pressing the small icon at the bottom left to see the list of tagged names appear over top […]

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Facebook Lite adds additional crisis response tools

Posted on: September 15, 2018, in Blog

Facebook Lite, the social network’s product for people in areas with low connectivity or limited internet, is making Community Help available to people in more than 100 countries. Facebook Lite uses less data, and installs and loads faster than the standard Facebook app. Facebook Lite also works on lower-end devices and slower internet networks. Facebook […]

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Say goodbye to Inbox by Gmail

Posted on: September 15, 2018, in Blog

With the launch of the new Gmail, the writing was on the wall, but today Google made it official: Inbox by Gmail, the company’s experimental email client for Gmail, will shut down at the end of March 2019. Google says it’s making this change to put its focus “solely on Gmail.” While that makes sense, […]

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Pinterest reports 25% increase in monthly active users

Posted on: September 14, 2018, in Blog

Two hundred and fifty million people are using Pinterest every month, up from 200 million last September, according to new numbers the company shared this morning. The visual search giant is also reporting that more than half of its users and 80 percent of new sign-ups come from outside the U.S. “Pins,” or items saved to […]

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McCarthyFinch AI services platform automates tedious legal tasks

Posted on: September 14, 2018, in Blog

McCarthyFinch sounds a bit like a law firm — and with good reason. The startup has developed an AI as a Service platform aimed at the legal profession. This week, it’s competing in the 2018 TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield in San Francisco. The company began life as a project at a leading New Zealand law firm, […]

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Branch pairs up with TUNE to create a supersized marketing and measurement platform

Posted on: September 13, 2018, in Blog

Branch announced today that it has acquired TUNE‘s attribution analytics team and business, a part of the SaaS platform that focuses on optimizing and accurately attributing ad spend. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. TUNE, a Seattle-based startup founded in 2009, helps ad platforms tie marketing investments to measurable outcomes. Backed by Android co-founder […]

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Twitter brings Bookmarks to the web with a new design, now in testing

Posted on: September 13, 2018, in Blog

Twitter is testing a new experience for web users, the company announced in a tweet on Thursday. A small number of Twitter users will see the updated version of Twitter for web, which will include access to Twitter’s Bookmarks feature, and scrolling through Twitter’s Explore section, the tweet said and a spokesperson confirmed. However, Business […]

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What you need to know ahead of the EU copyright vote

Posted on: September 12, 2018, in Blog

European Union lawmakers are facing a major vote on digital copyright reform proposals on Wednesday — a process that has set the Internet’s hair fully on fire. Here’s a run down of the issues and what’s at stake… Article 13 The most controversial component of the proposals concerns user-generated content platforms such as YouTube, and […]

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