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Millennials #IRL

Millennials #IRL

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Millennials will advance in their careers, achieve peak income, accumulate stronger purchasing power, which will increase their influence in the consumer marketplace. Companies that can adapt to millennials' spending preferences will be able to thrive and profit.

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  • Microsoft is asking the government to regulate the company's facial recognition tech
    Yahoo Finance20 hours ago

    Microsoft is asking the government to regulate the company's facial recognition tech

    Microsoft president Brad Smith is calling on the federal government to step in and pass laws to prevent the abuse of facial recognition technologies.

  • Exclusive Netflix streaming data shows why investors shouldn’t worry
    Yahoo Financeyesterday

    Exclusive Netflix streaming data shows why investors shouldn’t worry

    New Netflix streaming numbers from 7Park Data reveals Netflix might be well prepared to do well even as Disney and Fox pull their shows and movies.

  • Barrons.com11 minutes ago

    Where Warren Buffett and Silicon Valley Billionaires Agree

    Jonathan Tepper and Denise Hearn argue in their new book, The Myth of Capitalism , that investors Warren Buffett and Peter Thiel hate competition and love monopolies.

  • How Apple Is Extending Apple Music’s Reach
    Market Realist41 minutes ago

    How Apple Is Extending Apple Music’s Reach

    Apple (AAPL) has struck a deal to make its Apple Music service available on Amazon’s (AMZN) Echo smart speakers. Apple Music is expected to arrive on the Echo device on December 17.

  • Facebook Has Better Uses for Its Cash Than Stock Buybacks
    Bloomberg1 hour ago

    Facebook Has Better Uses for Its Cash Than Stock Buybacks

    If I were making a short list, I would put on it hiring more moderators to do the terrible, laborious work of actively sniffing out hoaxes, election-related tampering and calls to violence on Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram and other Facebook-owned hangouts. It might not hurt to increase investment on cybersecurity to do more to prevent foreign governments from using Facebook as a tool for propaganda or to prevent thieves from taking advantage of Facebook software loopholes to compromise accounts of tens of millions of people. Facebook could spend even more on policy wonks to shape and prepare for more heavy-handed regulation of tech companies. To be clear, Facebook is already spending billions of dollars on these important priorities, along with many other things as it grows more expensive to be Facebook.

  • Barrons.com1 hour ago

    4 Stocks Not Named Amazon or Microsoft That Could Be Cloud Winners

    The cloud is ever-changing, and sorting out the winners and losers in the cloud can be like, well, predicting the weather.

  • Apple in 2018: Hitting $1 Trillion, Buybacks, and iPhone Concerns
    Motley Fool2 hours ago

    Apple in 2018: Hitting $1 Trillion, Buybacks, and iPhone Concerns

    This was the year that Apple became the first U.S. company to reach a $1 trillion valuation.

  • Yep, Bitcoin Was a Bubble. And It Popped.
    Bloomberg2 hours ago

    Yep, Bitcoin Was a Bubble. And It Popped.

    In 2007 and 2008, many optimistic pronouncements by current National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow turned out to be disastrously wrong. In the great Bitcoin bubble of late 2017, the honor goes to John McAfee, founder of computer security company McAfee LLC, and passionate cryptocurrency evangelist. Does that mean Bitcoin is dead?

  • 4 Smart Moves to Make in a Correcting Stock Market
    Motley Fool2 hours ago

    4 Smart Moves to Make in a Correcting Stock Market

    Don't let the sea of red get into your head.

  • At Facebook, Scandals and Slowing Growth Made for a Rocky 2018
    Motley Fool2 hours ago

    At Facebook, Scandals and Slowing Growth Made for a Rocky 2018

    There was plenty of bad news for the social media giant this year, but better times could be on the horizon.

  • Patel's Exit Roils Indian Markets Already Jittery From Vote
    Bloomberg3 hours ago

    Patel's Exit Roils Indian Markets Already Jittery From Vote

    The rupee was down 0.7 percent as of 2.30 p.m. in Mumbai, while yields on 10-year sovereign bonds fell 8 basis points. Patel’s RBI had been at loggerheads with the government for weeks, fending off pressure to ease lending restrictions and transfer more of its excess capital to the state.

  • Financial Times4 hours ago

    [$$] Further reading

    Elsewhere on Tuesday, -- Strategic philanthropy. -- What a Green New Deal could look like. -- Recovering Madoff money. More from the Financial Times Further reading Further reading Further reading Further ...

  • Financial Times5 hours ago

    [$$] Ad shop WPP to cut 3,500 jobs in restructuring

    is cutting 3,500 jobs worldwide, as the world’s biggest advertising business struggles against competition from digital disrupters including Google and Facebook. Ahead of an event where he will update investors on a strategy overhaul at the business, WPP chief executive Mark Read told Reuters there would be gross job losses of 3,500, although the business would also add 1,000 jobs in key areas. The advertising group, which owns multiple well-known agencies including Ogilvy and J. Walter Thompson, will also combine 100 of its offices in order to close in some locations where business is slow.

  • Financial Times6 hours ago

    [$$] Theresa May to restart EU negotiations after aborting Brexit vote

    A humiliated Theresa May will embark on a tour of European capitals on Tuesday to plead for a better Brexit deal, after the British prime minister was forced at the eleventh hour to abort a crunch House of Commons vote on her plan. Mrs May admitted she was facing defeat by a “significant margin” in the vote scheduled for Tuesday, but there were ominous signs from Brussels that the EU was not going to cut her an improved deal. Donald Tusk, European Council president, said the EU was “ready to discuss how to facilitate the UK ratification,” but warned there could be no renegotiation of the Brexit deal or the controversial Irish backstop.