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Is Digital Age Burying the Advertising Industry?

On May 12 at the 4A’s annual conference in 1994, Ed Artzt, the CEO of Procter & Gamble, America’s biggest advertiser, delivered a sensational speech ... Read more

Dudley Warns U.S. Banks to Curb Culture that Breeds Misdeeds or Be Broken Up

William C. Dudley, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, has warned banks to change the way employees are compensated and to undertake a few ... Read more

Mozilla Rolls Out A New Browser-Based Video Chat Service Firefox Hello

Mozilla, the maker of popular Firefox browser has a brand new feature coming very soon. It’s gearing up to take on services like Skype and Viber with ... Read more

You’re living in the Future if Websites can Design Themselves

The thesaurus really needs to consider adding one expression – ‘building a website’ equals ‘a labyrinthine task’ to keep a track of our ... Read more

OnePlus One pre-orders to kickoff on October 27 – but only for an hour

The OnePlus One smartphone from OnePlus has mesmerized gadget enthusiasts since early this year, primarily for two reasons: the high-end handset has ... Read more

Warren Buffett could possibly lose $1 billion as IBM Stocks Tumble

This come just after Warren Buffet admitted to having made a “huge mistake” by buying a near four percent stake in Tesco PLC. The plunge in IBM’s ... Read more

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