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November 08 2013

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June 24 2013

Carlos Lee announces retirement on 37th birthday

Carlos Lee officially announced his retirement on Thursday, ending his 14-year Major League career on his 37th birthday.



Carlos Lee announces retirement on 37th birthday

Carlos Lee officially announced his retirement on Thursday, ending his 14-year Major League career on his 37th birthday.



Ergonomic Office Supplies

Ergonomics play an important role in desk and office equipment



Ergonomic Office Supplies

Ergonomics play an important role in desk and office equipment



VW Think Blue Imagefilm



VW Think Blue Imagefilm



June 22 2013

The Best of Both Worlds: Relational and NoSQL Databases

Relational databases have been the dominant data management model for decades, but some problems are better fits for non-relational (NoSQL) databases.


The Best of Both Worlds: Relational and NoSQL Databases

Relational databases have been the dominant data management model for decades, but some problems are better fits for non-relational (NoSQL) databases.


Effective Online Marketing

Search for Marketing jobs at some of Hong Kong's biggest brands. Browse jobs in Hong Kong with Page Personnel


Effective Online Marketing

Search for Marketing jobs at some of Hong Kong's biggest brands. Browse jobs in Hong Kong with Page Personnel


Why You Will Be Blindsided By The Next Financial Crisis - Forbes

“The global financial crisis that began in the United States in the summer of 2007 was triggered by a bank run, just like those of 1837, 1857, 1873, 1893, 1907 and 1933.”  That’s the theme of Yale economist Gary Gorton’sMisunderstanding Financial Crises, Why We Don’t See Them Coming, published last year by Oxford University Press. Students of financial crises will tell you that Gorton’s theme is highly relevant to the next meltdown we could face someday soon.



Why You Will Be Blindsided By The Next Financial Crisis - Forbes

“The global financial crisis that began in the United States in the summer of 2007 was triggered by a bank run, just like those of 1837, 1857, 1873, 1893, 1907 and 1933.”  That’s the theme of Yale economist Gary Gorton’sMisunderstanding Financial Crises, Why We Don’t See Them Coming, published last year by Oxford University Press. Students of financial crises will tell you that Gorton’s theme is highly relevant to the next meltdown we could face someday soon.



June 05 2013

Welfare reform: council safeguards against negative health impacts

To improve health and wellbeing amid changes to benefits, Kingston council is holding workshops to give residents advice The economic downturn and changes to the benefit system will leave some families under a great deal of stress, and affect...


Welfare reform: council safeguards against negative health impacts

To improve health and wellbeing amid changes to benefits, Kingston council is holding workshops to give residents advice The economic downturn and changes to the benefit system will leave some families under a great deal of stress, and affect...


Ageing baby boomers, boost to Singapore businesses

Singapore ranked third out of 15 Asia Pacific countries in the first ever Ageing Asia Silver Economy Index – and that signals a welcome boost to business.


Ageing baby boomers, boost to Singapore businesses

Singapore ranked third out of 15 Asia Pacific countries in the first ever Ageing Asia Silver Economy Index – and that signals a welcome boost to business.


B2B Marketers Embrace Expanding Roles - DestinationCRM

Excerpted....

 

A study conducted by Forrester Research and the Business Marketing Association has revealed that 97 percent of business-to-business marketing leaders are taking on responsibilities they have never had to before, including managing social media on a regular basis.

 

The findings, released Wednesday, also revealed that more than 70 percent of the 117 B2B marketers surveyed are concerned about brand integrity and execution in social media, and 60 percent admit they are looking to hire young talent to help them navigate new and ever-changing technology. The problem that marketers face, however, is that the talent is hard to find—about 47 percent say they can't find people with the right skill sets, and 28 percent say it's nearly impossible to fill important positions.

 

As a result, the role of the traditional marketer has expanded significantly. According to the study, 87 percent of marketers have found that peer departments seek their input and data much more; 78 percent claim the marketing organization's influence on corporate strategy is much greater; 77 percent believe the stature of marketing's seat at the executive round table has risen; and 56 percent say they spend more time in front of the company's board of directors than in the past.

 



B2B Marketers Embrace Expanding Roles - DestinationCRM

Excerpted....

 

A study conducted by Forrester Research and the Business Marketing Association has revealed that 97 percent of business-to-business marketing leaders are taking on responsibilities they have never had to before, including managing social media on a regular basis.

 

The findings, released Wednesday, also revealed that more than 70 percent of the 117 B2B marketers surveyed are concerned about brand integrity and execution in social media, and 60 percent admit they are looking to hire young talent to help them navigate new and ever-changing technology. The problem that marketers face, however, is that the talent is hard to find—about 47 percent say they can't find people with the right skill sets, and 28 percent say it's nearly impossible to fill important positions.

 

As a result, the role of the traditional marketer has expanded significantly. According to the study, 87 percent of marketers have found that peer departments seek their input and data much more; 78 percent claim the marketing organization's influence on corporate strategy is much greater; 77 percent believe the stature of marketing's seat at the executive round table has risen; and 56 percent say they spend more time in front of the company's board of directors than in the past.

 



April 26 2013

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