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Sheryl Sandberg On What Facebook Is Doing For Small Businesses

In recent months there have been a lot of articles written about how Facebook is hurting or “failing” small businesses. In November, Tech Times wrote that “Facebook is killing small business entrepreneurs”. Last month, Fast Company published an article called “How Facebook is Failing Local Businesses“. Are these stories exaggerated? It really depends on the business, but in general, probably. …

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Groupon Recalls Fake, Possibly Holey Condoms

Groupon Australia has admitted that it sold a bunch of counterfeit condoms that may, in fact, be full of holes. The condoms were sold between March 12 and April 10. If you do the math, and it’s not a hard one, you’ll realize there’s a good chance many of these holey condoms have been deployed already. According to the Australian …

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How AdSense Publishers Should Use Google’s New ‘Matched Content’ Tool

Google announced the launch of a new (and free) content recommendation tool for AdSense publishers called Matched Content. It simply shows more of your content to your users similar to other available content recommendation tools. It generates “contextually relevant and personalized” article recommendations from the pages on your site, and looks pretty much how you would expect such an offering …

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936 Million Users Get on Facebook at Least Once a Day

Facebook just reported its first quarter earnings, and the company says its daily active users are approaching a billion. According to Facebook, 936 million users check the site at least once every day – 798 million do so on mobile. If you want to know just how much Facebook is shifting to a mobile platform, that figure is a 31% …

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Comcast, TWC Will Meet with Regulators to Try to Save Deal

With their proposed merger on shaky ground, representatives from Comcast and Time Warner Cable are planning to meet with Justice Department officials in the hopes of negotiating a pathway for the deal to proceed. This will be the first such meeting between the cable companies and regulators since the merger was announced. The Wall Street Journal Reports that Comcast will …

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Google Almost Bought Tesla Two Years Ago: Report

Just a short time before Tesla Motors posted its first-ever quarterly profit, the car company almost become a Google property. That’s according to a new report from Bloomberg, which says that in March of 2013, just weeks before this monetary milestone, Elon Musk was on the brink of selling his company to Google. At the time, Tesla was in dire …

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What Does the New Online Poker Bill Mean for US Poker Players?

This post is brought to you by James Moore To outsiders, the long and slow progress of online gambling regulation in the USA must seem difficult to understand. After all, America has one of the world’s largest gambling industries as the casinos of Vegas and Atlantic City rake in billions each year. But conservative attitudes towards gambling remain prevalent among …

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Regulators Ready to Kill Comcast / TWC Merger: Report

One of the regulatory agencies looking over the proposed Comcast / Time Warner Cable merger may be about to give it the thumbs down, citing concerns over potential harm to customers. Bloomberg cites the ubiquitous “people familiar with the matter” in saying that antitrust lawyers at the Department of Justice are poised to recommend against the merger. From Bloomberg: Attorneys …

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Microsoft Makes Office 365, Yammer Improvements

This week, Microsoft has been talking up its approach to modern collaboration and “the rise of dynamic teams“. “Over the last decade, the way people work has had incredible influence on productivity solutions,” a spokesperson for the company tells WebProNews. “The need for seamless teamwork and a collective knowledge base across the company continues to drive new experiences for collaboration; …

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Yelp Gets Legal Victory In Privacy Case (Because Subpoena Was Issued In Wrong State)

Yelp has been embroiled in a legal battle for the past couple years as a Virginia carpet cleaning service has sought to get the names of reviewers it alleges left reviews without using the service in order to name them in a defamation suit. Things haven’t always gone Yelp’s way. It lost in the initial trial and in appeals court, …

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Ashley Madison Taps “Laissez Faire” Europe for IPO

If you’re a married person looking to have an affair, the number one internet destination is AshleyMadison.com. The Toronto-based company is looking to go public, but its hopping across the pond to do so. Avid Life Media, parent company to Ashley Madison and a handful of other dating websites, is planning to launch an IPO in London. Why? “Europe is …

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Here’s What The Netflix Original Content Schedule Looks Like Right Now

Netflix just released its Q1 earnings, and announced that it has achieved some new milestones. For one, it surpassed 40 million members in the U.S., as well as 20 million internationally, and 60 million total. Member engagement is at an all-time high, the company said, with members streaming 10 billion hours in Q1. Here’s a look at the financials: In …

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