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Insights on the Board Portal Global Market to 2024 - Featuring Passageways and Sherpany Among Others - ResearchAndMarkets.com - Business Wire

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Insights on the Board Portal Global Market to 2024 - Featuring Passageways and Sherpany Among Others - ResearchAndMarkets.com - Business WireInsights on the Board Portal Global Market to 2024 - Featuring Passageways and Sherpany Among Others - ResearchAndMarkets.com - Business WirePosted: 31 Aug 2020 02:13 AM PDTDUBLIN--()--The "Global Board Portal Market: Size and Forecasts with Impact Analysis of COVID-19 (2020-2024 Edition)" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.This report provides an in-depth analysis of the global board portal market with analysis of market size and growth. The analysis includes the market by value, volume, market share by business type and by segments (external and in-house). An analysis of generation 4.0 board portal is given in the report. Along with these, a detailed overview of the US CLOUD Act and its implications on the European board portal market is also included in the report.Furthermore, the report also …

Does Facebook still sell discriminatory ads? - The Next Web

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Does Facebook still sell discriminatory ads? - The Next WebDoes Facebook still sell discriminatory ads? - The Next WebPosted: 30 Aug 2020 08:00 AM PDTIn May, a Wisconsin health care agency, Tenderness Health Care, posted a job ad on Facebook looking for personal care workers. According to Facebook's "Why am I seeing this ad" pop-up, when the agency purchased the ad, it asked Facebook to not show it to anyone over 54 years of age. And they asked Facebook to show it specifically to people who have "African American multicultural affinity." Facebook, apparently, complied.The problem? Federal law prohibits employers from discriminating on the basis of age and race, including in advertising open jobs.When The Markup brought the ad to Facebook's attention, the company took it down, according to Tom Channick, a Facebook spokesperson. (Tenderness's CEO, Julio Fernandez, didn't respond to The Markup's requests for comment.)This is not the first time Face…

As Physical Stores Are Battered, E-Commerce Brands Like Shopify and Etsy Are Driving a Stock Market Rally - Yahoo Lifestyle

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As Physical Stores Are Battered, E-Commerce Brands Like Shopify and Etsy Are Driving a Stock Market Rally - Yahoo LifestyleAs Physical Stores Are Battered, E-Commerce Brands Like Shopify and Etsy Are Driving a Stock Market Rally - Yahoo LifestylePosted: 04 Aug 2020 12:00 AM PDT While the coronavirus crisis has battered almost every corner of the retail industry, the surge in consumers doing their shopping online — and in businesses shifting to meet their needs — has given investors a reason to be bullish on e-commerce.Major online retail players such as Shopify and Etsy have seen meaningful stock-market gains since North American lockdowns began in March, and have continued to trend upward even as most brick-and-mortar stores have reopened.More from Footwear NewsThe Amplify Online Retail ETF, which sat at around $50 per share at the beginning of March, has gained more than 78%, hitting $89 per share on Tuesday. Much of that growth can be attributed to just one of its holdings, Overstoc…

Top 5 New Business Ideas for 2020 - bbntimes.com

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Top 5 New Business Ideas for 2020 - bbntimes.comTop 5 New Business Ideas for 2020 - bbntimes.comPosted: 05 Aug 2020 12:00 AM PDT With changing times, the concept of carrying out business has changed significantly.Many business ideas that were extremely profitable in the 90s are now struggling for existence. Similarly, many of today's hottest business opportunities may not have existed ten years ago. Experts suggest that the upcoming decade will see the emergence and significant growth of several new business avenues. If you are looking to start a new business in 2020, you may consider any of these for a secure future. Most importantly, you can start these businesses without making a huge investment. 1. Fitness CenterIf you are a fitness freak, this could be the ideal business idea for you. There was a time not so long ago when the fitness industry was dominated by the large gym chains. However, instead of these large and impersonal gyms, today's millennials prefer smaller bouti…

Want to Rank Higher on Google? Learn SEO Strategies From an Expert. - The Advocate

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Want to Rank Higher on Google? Learn SEO Strategies From an Expert. - The AdvocateWant to Rank Higher on Google? Learn SEO Strategies From an Expert. - The AdvocatePosted: 31 Aug 2020 07:30 AM PDT Photo: Benjamin Dada Photo: Benjamin Dada Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image1of1 Photo: Benjamin Dada Want to Rank Higher on Google? Learn SEO Strategies From an Expert.Back to Gallery Getting your webpages to the top of Google search page results is absolutely crucial if you want to grow your business. More than 70 percent of organic search traffic goes to the first page, with the vast majority of that going to the first three listings. If you're not ranking for the things your business does well, you're very likely missing out on potential customers.But no, you don't have to hire an expensive SEO agency to completely overhaul your business. You can do it yourself after spending some time in this SEO Blueprint Course Bundle.This eight-course, 21-hour bundle can teach you all you need to kno…

Why this woman entrepreneur’s beaded bra strap startup is a gamechanger - YourStory

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Why this woman entrepreneur’s beaded bra strap startup is a gamechanger - YourStoryWhy this woman entrepreneur’s beaded bra strap startup is a gamechanger - YourStoryPosted: 23 Aug 2020 06:17 PM PDTFrustrated by the plastic bra straps and to tackle the taboo of bra straps being seen, Sneha Prabeen, the founder of Yuvanta Beadworks, invented the beaded bra strap. (Image source: Sneha Prabeen)Did a neighbourhood aunty creepily adjust your bra strap, pulling everybody's attention to it? Or did someone try to signal you by making weird noises to tell you that your bra strap was visible?Many women have experienced such interventions where someone tries to tell you about your bra strap, reasoning their "good intentions", and inadvertently bringing everybody's attention to that one little strap of undergarment that most women wear on a daily basis.Sneha Prabeen was aware of how society wanted these little straps to be hidden and protected from prying eyes. However, she was

Touchland Sells Hand Sanitizer Stations Via B2B eCommerce - pymnts.com

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Touchland Sells Hand Sanitizer Stations Via B2B eCommerce - pymnts.comTouchland Sells Hand Sanitizer Stations Via B2B eCommerce - pymnts.comPosted: 30 Aug 2020 03:20 PM PDTTouchland, a hand sanitizer company, has debuted its new eCommerce platform called Touchland for Business to sell its KUB hand sanitizer dispensers to businesses looking to buy them for use at their stores, eateries or offices, according to a press release.Touchland has partnered with numerous businesses already, including Target, AKA, Louis Vuitton, Sweetgreen, Google, Square and SoulCycle, among others, the release stated.The KUB was designed by Touchland founder Andrea Lisbona. The company's B2B sales have surged in recent months, now taking up 50 percent of the company's profits. That's an increase from only 10 percent of the company's profits from 2019, the release stated.The increase can likely be traced to the pandemic, which has seen businesses doing what they can in terms of cleanliness and …

AI, Cloud Aim to Enhance the U.S. Open Fan Experience - The Wall Street Journal

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AI, Cloud Aim to Enhance the U.S. Open Fan Experience - The Wall Street JournalAI, Cloud Aim to Enhance the U.S. Open Fan Experience - The Wall Street JournalBiden campaign buys "Keep America Great" domain and uses it to take aim at Trump - CBS NewsHigh-profile guest speakers say they have no involvement in fraudulent Vancouver coronavirus conference - CBC.caAI, Cloud Aim to Enhance the U.S. Open Fan Experience - The Wall Street JournalPosted: 31 Aug 2020 02:30 AM PDT Running the U.S. Open remotely has required a full shift to cloud services, including for scoring and other practices conducted on the sidelines of matches.Photo: jason szenes/Shutterstock By James RundleCloseJames Rundle Aug. 31, 2020 5:30 am ET The U.S. Tennis Association is turning to cloud computing and artificial intelligence to enhance the experiences of fans who can only watch this week's U.S. Open on televisions, computers and smartphones.The USTA decided on June 17 to hold this year's tournament, …