Target’s much-publicized data breach cost the company more than the $400-$450 million that’s been estimated—it also levied heavy damage on the retailer's perception among consumers, according to new rankings from research firm YouGov BrandIndex released today. “While it surfaced an issue for the entire industry, Target took nearly the entire brunt of the discussion in the media,” said Ted Marzilli, CEO of YouGov BrandInd ...
Jul 16 2014, 11:52am CDT
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Topics: YouGov BrandIndex, YouTube, Amazon.com, Google, Target, Apple, Samsung, Amazon
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Apple drops cross-appeal, forever accepts denial of injunction in first Samsung case — While a global, comprehensive settlement of the patent spat between Apple and Samsung has not materialized yet, the dispute ...
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Cloud computing may be a disruptive force, but two of the leading establishment vendors appear to be surging ahead in the market for online infrastructure services. It's also become a highly lucrative space, now worth more than $13 billion a year. Data just released by Synergy Research Group shows ...
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Dennis, Dee, Mac, Frank and Charlie from Always Sunny have already taught us plenty of things: how to sing a cappella, how to excel at the game of Flip Cup, and how not to act on a first date, for example. Since they’re so good at teaching people how to live their lives, they’ve written a self-help book, which will be released in January. (It’s available for pre-order on Amazon now.)The book is called It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: The 7 Secrets of Awakenin ...
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Source: Green Home NYC
GreenHomeNYC’s Summer Sustainable Businesses Tour included a visit of three environmentally-responsible venues in Brooklyn:
Our first stop was Build It Green!NYC (BIG) - New York City’s non-profit retail outlet for salvaged and surplus building materials and other household items, including refrigerators, doors, appliances, and even books! The tour of BIG NYC was lead by Harvey Jaswal, who provided a thorough outlook on the history of the venue, an overview of ...
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Ambra collane iniziali stanno spuntando ovunque . Nonostante i miei amici hippie giurare da loro , ho sempre pensato che fossero una bufala . Non stato fino a quando ho visto mia nipote indossando uno che ho deciso di saperne di pi .&Mia figlia , ora 15 mesi di et , stato irritabile ultimamente . La scorsa notte ha camminato senza meta per la cucina lamenti , urla no, e spingendo i pugni in bocca . E ' chiaro c ...
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Let's start with the obvious: the iPhone has been a massive, unequivocal success. Every subsequent release seems to break the records that the last one set before it, and now with the biggest hardware overhaul in the phone's history rumored to be coming this fall, the books are primed to be rewritten once again. But before any of that happens, Jordan Weissmann of Slate has decided to take a step back and see just how big the iPhone really is (and ...
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Source: Just Jared
Lady Gaga dons a plunging dress while arriving at a premiere of her upcoming collaboration album Cheek To Cheek at Jazz at Lincoln Center on Monday (July 28) in New York City.
The 28-year-old entertainer posed on the red carpet with music legend Tony Bennett, who worked with her on the album.
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Earlier in the day, Gaga sported a beige coat w ...
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