Why PR and Marketing Companies Should Not Ignore Glassdoor – Adweek

AdweekWhy PR and Marketing Companies Should Not Ignore GlassdoorAdweekOn a job site like Glassdoor, now the second largest job site and fastest-growing in the U.S., a powerful combination of reviews, salaries, benefits and CEO approval can set an organization apart from the more than 700,000 companies featured on the site.

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Why PR and Marketing Companies Should Not Ignore Glassdoor – Adweek

PebblePost raises $47M as it uses online data to fuel direct mail … – TechCrunch

TechCrunchPebblePost raises $47M as it uses online data to fuel direct mail …TechCrunchPebblePost, a startup that uses online data to target consumers with printed mail, has raised $47 million in a combination of equity and debt. That includes the …and more »

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FCA launches review into online investment market – Financial Times – Financial Times

Financial TimesFCA launches review into online investment market – Financial TimesFinancial TimesThe UK's financial watchdog has launched its sweeping review of the online investment market after raising concerns about a lack of competition and value for …and more »

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Google plans to double headcount for cloud business in India – Economic Times

Economic TimesGoogle plans to double headcount for cloud business in IndiaEconomic TimesWe are investing a lot in India, we are opening acloud region, we are investing in sales, marketing, customer engineering teams, professional services and partner network. We are building this ecosystem as India is a significant part of our strategy …

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DraftKings and FanDuel scrap merger plans – Mashable

MashableDraftKings and FanDuel scrap merger plansMashableDraftKings and FanDuel have called off their proposed merger after regulators tried to block it in court. The deal was seen as a way for the embattled daily fantasy companies to dig out of the financial hole left from an expensive marketing rivalry and …and more »

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Why Adidas is moving into utility marketing with All Day fitness app – Econsultancy (blog)

Econsultancy (blog)Why Adidas is moving into utility marketing with All Day fitness appEconsultancy (blog)The app is not the only example of Adidas targeting a female audience or experimenting with other forms of utility marketing. In the UK, it launched a chatbot to let consumers find out information and book fitness classes in its East London studio. The …

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