Advertisers are wittingly or unwittingly spending more than $235 million on more than 20,000 sites known to spread disinformation, according to findings of a forthcoming report from the Global ...
What’s a struggling retailer to do? Apparently, what everyone else is doing. Last week, both JC Penney and Macy’s announced plans to sell used clothing in stores, echoing moves from companies as ...
Domino's nationwide will soon have the option to use custom e-bikes for pizza delivery through the brand's partnership with e-bike brand, Rad Power Bikes. Domino’s will put "hundreds" of e-bikes into ...
ReadyCloud CRM, an ecommerce suite that supports email marketing, CRM and other functions, has been rebranded as ReadyCloud Suite. The company’s goal is to marry “business-essential tools to help ...
Search rivals are crying foul over Google's attempts to force them to pay to be downloaded onto Android devices. The Telegraph reveals that the scheme is Google's answer to the massive fine the EU ...
Some MacBook Pro laptops have batteries that pose a fire risk and will not be allowed onboard some airlines. If your MacBook Pro is 15 inches and was issued between September 2015 and February 2017, ...
Shoe company Steve Madden Ltd. "has acquired Greats, a fast-growing, digitally native footwear brand specializing in premium sneakers made in Italy," according to Chain Store Age. "Founded in 2014, ...
Democrats on Capitol Hill are calling on Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai to put the brakes on a plan to ...
Germany’s DDV found in a study that the average email database will contain five or more so-called spam traps. In a database with 100,000 names, that’s a tiny 0.005%. But don’t be deceived — your ESP ...
ITV and Ocean Digital has signed an agreement to allow the digital outdoor company to run highlights of the Rugby World Cup across its network of screens, including London's Westfield Shopping Centre.
Bad habits are difficult to break, especially when it comes to reusing a sequence of numbers, letters and symbols in ...
Consumers may be willing sell their data for mere pennies. But they will pay thousands to get it back, judging by a new study by LastPass and OnePoll. They will cough up $3,968 to ransom a hacked ...