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Most App Store developers aren’t taking Apple up on its new outside payments option

Most App Store developers aren’t taking Apple up on its new outside payments option Only 38 out of a possible 65,000 have applied to include external links for in-app purchases, Bloomberg reported. cheyenne macdonald   Mon, May 13, 2024 REUTERS / Reuters It seems Apple’s recently added option for App Store developers to include links … Continue reading Most App Store developers aren’t taking Apple up on its new outside payments option

39% of Americans do some kind of gig work. Why aren’t more universities teaching it?

May 03, 2024 39% of Americans do some kind of gig work. Why aren’t more universities teaching it? Few colleges are preparing students for how to survive in today’s economy, which doesn’t always revolve around 9-to-5 jobs. Some teachers want to change that. BY Shalene Gupta Fletcher Medler, a student at Berklee College of Music, is … Continue reading 39% of Americans do some kind of gig work. Why aren’t more universities teaching it?

What to do when your martech tools aren’t delivering results

Reassess your strategy, identify implementation challenges and turn your martech investments into marketing triumphs. Venkatraman Kannan on February 2, 2024  The allure of martech can be deceptive. It’s easy to get caught up in the promise of cutting-edge technology and lose sight of the practicalities involved in bringing these tools to life. More than the … Continue reading What to do when your martech tools aren’t delivering results

These 5 business schools have reached gender parity. Others aren’t far behind

  By Sarah Bregel November 03, 2023 Even though women make up slightly more than half the population of the U.S., there are significantly more male business leaders than women. As of this year, women hold only 53 out of 500 CEO positions in Fortune 500 companies. Yet, women are leaning into their business ambitions … Continue reading These 5 business schools have reached gender parity. Others aren’t far behind

What to do if customers aren’t receiving your confirmation emails

Learn strategies to overcome email blockers, improve deliverability and adapt to customer communication preferences. Greg Krehbiel on October 31, 2023 Confirmation emails are more than just a courtesy. Sometimes, they contain crucial information — like details about a meeting. So, what do you do when your confirmation emails aren’t being delivered? This article suggests ways … Continue reading What to do if customers aren’t receiving your confirmation emails

Americans who aren’t making this minimum salary could face ‘severe’ mental health issues

  By Sam Becker September 15, 2023 While the average American may need to earn upwards of $230,000 to feel financially secure, new data shows that those comprising the lower layers of the income strata need only a fraction of that to feel comfortable. Research from Atticus—a company that helps connect people in crisis with … Continue reading Americans who aren’t making this minimum salary could face ‘severe’ mental health issues

Why aren’t brands that advertise on TikTok using their power rather than just waiting for a ban?

  By Jeff Beer March 25, 2023 During Thursday’s four-hour-long grilling of TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew before the House Energy and Commerce Committee, lawmakers covered a lot of ground in terms of national security and dangerous content concerns around the wildly popular social app. But one question was not explored. Where are the brands … Continue reading Why aren’t brands that advertise on TikTok using their power rather than just waiting for a ban?

4-day workweeks aren’t for every company. Here’s a compromise

  By Charlie Metcalfe February 26, 2023 “In answer to the many rumors that have been going around the plants, I think I had better start out by saying—yes, we are going to reduce our work schedule,” Bill Hewlett wrote in the July 1970 edition of Watt’s Current, Hewlett Packard’s company newsletter. The IT company’s … Continue reading 4-day workweeks aren’t for every company. Here’s a compromise