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Since Change.org began focusing on its petition tool in 2011, it has offered just two actions for supporting a cause: Create a petition; sign a petition. Now the company is expanding that list.
Fast forward to 2020. What job skill must you have? Coding.
As a data scientist, if your data causes co-workers to lose sleep, you've done your job, perhaps too well.
A great brand name no longer protects you from losing your edge.
When Kickstarter launched in April 2009 it created a way for the little guys to fund their dream projects. Lately, though, that seems to be changing.
That philosophy is particularism, a fancy word for a simple idea: that in our ethical lives, rules are useless.
Asia’s fragmented music fanbase and subscription habits may stand between Spotify and its total domination of the region, or at least so its competitors hope.
The authors of a new book on real-time marketing outline how brands can be part of cultural conversations without looking like idiots.
Does a negative post on Twitter have infectious germs powerful enough to influence the behavior of tweeters? Maybe. Then again, maybe not.
Real-time and automation are a dangerous combination