Tiny Rooms, Shared Kitchens: Co-Living on the Rise in Big Cities - The Wall Street Journal https://t.co/41bCdxMY9N
A record number of women are running for office. This election cycle, they didn't wait for an invite - Los Angeles… https://t.co/bfWGdvBWsD
Putting $$ where your #values are: 68% would shop at businesses that back #LGBTQ equality, according to new… https://t.co/dfLFvX61HT
Every girl deserves a chance to learn https://t.co/jjWbQFfzmR via @girlup #DayOfTheGirl #girlhero
A growing trend we’re also seeing in our ⁦@HarrisPoll⁩ employer data; how firms take on their employee’s student de… https://t.co/KBq3eBKwra
America’s Love-Hate Relationship with #AI in Customer Service @HarrisPoll: -50% prefer a virtual assistant over a h… https://t.co/lkzZKB3zQy
The latest @HarrisPoll research on #reputation reveals large firms are rebuilding #trust by maximizing their people… https://t.co/SmkUXZPG0i
By 2021, there will be almost as many personal-assistant bots on the planet as people https://t.co/Xvc6BpSAPs
Snapchat announces new scripted shows to win over users https://t.co/AXUrLwq5q1
This bike-shaped laser projection warns cars that you’re coming https://t.co/IvWC7f5R7s
Brands Like Nike and PepsiCo Are the New Art Patrons - The Atlantic https://t.co/auLXXPsjTi
RT @HarrisPoll: .@Delta’s Ed Bastian is back on the track for another marathon in NYC to raise awareness and funds for @RallyFoundation’s c…
Meet The Female Entrepreneurs Rethinking How Industries Engage Customers via @Forbes with new research from @PIMCOhttps://t.co/BR7ELlgK4f
RT @GirlUp: The power of YOUR voice can make a huge difference this #DayoftheGirl! Be a #girlhero and sign Girl Up's #GirlsCountAct petitio…

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When I started out (around the time Duran Duran roamed the planet), business-to-business (B2B) marketing was confined to the domain of the literal. The customer was deemed rational and analytical, so the messaging was bland and unimaginative. B2B meant “boring-to-boring.” All the communications felt like...
As we ring in the very young new year, our research team at The Harris Poll asked Americans what ideas, trends and ways of life would dominate culture in 2018. We surveyed over 2,000 Americans across demographics (in a nationally-representative sample) to rate a range of cultural markers from movies to...
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"Meryl Streep, one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood" … "Media is fake!"…"Are we living in Nazi Germany?"…"I love Hispanics!" Perhaps historians will not have to dust off old books, but just surf the tweets of our future entertainer-in-chief....
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