Archive for April 28th, 2018

Foreign Office officials met Cambridge Analytica over Trump – The Guardian


The Guardian

Foreign Office officials met Cambridge Analytica over Trump
The Guardian
Foreign Office officials met Cambridge Analytica executives to “better understand” the secrets behind Donald Trump’s presidential victory, the Observer has learned, raising new questions over the extent of links between the government and the

Facebook shrinks fake news links in hopes you’ll miss them – Engadget


Engadget

Facebook shrinks fake news links in hopes you’ll miss them
Engadget
Facebook has tried numerous methods in a bid to fight fake news. Not all of them are successful, though, and it’s now clear that they can even backfire. Its decision to flag false stories led to more sharing as those determined to believe the claims
Facebook shrinks fake news after warnings backfireTechCrunch

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Why These Unique Mother’s Day Marketing Campaigns Work And What Brands Can Learn From Them – Forbes


Forbes

Why These Unique Mother’s Day Marketing Campaigns Work And What Brands Can Learn From Them
Forbes
According to the National Retail Federation, last year total spending around Mother’s Day hit a record $23.6 billion. The annual survey, that looks at spending for the yearly holiday, predicted that people aged 35-44 would be the biggest spenders

How Much Do Colleges Receive in Marketing Exposure With a First-Round Pick? – HERO Sports (blog)


HERO Sports (blog)

How Much Do Colleges Receive in Marketing Exposure With a First-Round Pick?
HERO Sports (blog)
The University of Texas-San Antonio would have to spend at least $50 million in marketing to earn the exposure they received when Davenport was chosen with the 14th pick on Thursday night. “I’m going to say it is probably easily approaching $50 million

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Twitter’s timeline will highlight news links your friends tweet – Engadget


Engadget

Twitter’s timeline will highlight news links your friends tweet
Engadget
Twitter released quite a few news-related features over the past years in an effort to become your go-to source for the latest in current events. It introduced a dedicated News tab in 2015, for instance, though that one didn’t work out as planned. Last
Twitter Is Pushing More News Links In The Home TimelineBuzzFeed News

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UI’s Autism Program affiliate still feeling sting of state-budget impasse – Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette

UI’s Autism Program affiliate still feeling sting of state-budget impasse
Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette
In late June 2016, it looked like The Autism Program affiliate at the University of Illinois — then 11 years old — might close for good. The state’s budget impasse had taken such a financial toll on the program that its future was uncertain. And in

UI’s Autism Program affiliate still feeling sting of state-budget impasse – Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette

UI’s Autism Program affiliate still feeling sting of state-budget impasse
Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette
In late June 2016, it looked like The Autism Program affiliate at the University of Illinois — then 11 years old — might close for good. The state’s budget impasse had taken such a financial toll on the program that its future was uncertain. And in

Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Day 2 of the NFL Draft Was a Bit of a Letdown – Bolts from the Blue


Bolts from the Blue

Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Day 2 of the NFL Draft Was a Bit of a Letdown
Bolts from the Blue
Chargers stay defensive with USC’s Nwosu, NC State’s Jones – Greg Beacham “It means a lot to be around the people that supported me my whole life,” Nwosu said. “Just to be able to play right down the street from my parents’ house where we grew up

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63 suspects detained over FETÖ links – Hürriyet Daily News – Hurriyet Daily News

Hurriyet Daily News63 suspects detained over FETÖ links – Hürriyet Daily NewsHurriyet Daily NewsAt least 63 suspects were detained across Turkey for their suspected links to the Fetullahist Terrorist Organization (FETÖ), according to security sources o…

A Russian Lawyer’s Links to Trump and the Kremlin – New York Times


New York Times

A Russian Lawyer’s Links to Trump and the Kremlin
New York Times
Natalia V. Veselnitskaya, a Russian lawyer who met with Trump campaign officials in June 2016 on the premise that she had damaging information on Hillary Clinton, admitted to acting as an informant for a top Kremlin official. She had long insisted she

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