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Colon cancer rates are rising. Making screening an employee benefit could help catch it earlier

April 06, 2024 Colon cancer rates are rising. Making screening an employee benefit could help catch it earlier A new benefit by Color Health is making it easier for companies—and their employees—to detect cancer. Hasbro and the Teamsters union are already customers BY Adam Bluestein Colorectal cancer is officially the leading cause of cancer-related death among younger … Continue reading Colon cancer rates are rising. Making screening an employee benefit could help catch it earlier

TikTok’s problems just keep getting worse: Now it could be in trouble with the IRS

March 29, 2024 TikTok’s problems just keep getting worse: Now it could be in trouble with the IRS A former TikTok employee has filed complaints with the Department of Labor and IRS over the company’s management of stock options. BY Chris Stokel-Walker A former TikTok employee sent letters of complaint this month to the Internal Revenue … Continue reading TikTok’s problems just keep getting worse: Now it could be in trouble with the IRS

16 incredibly useful things you didn’t know Google Sheets could do

 March 26, 2024 16 incredibly useful things you didn’t know Google Sheets could do There’s much more to Google Sheets than meets the eye. Unlock these advanced options–and watch your productivity soar. BY JR Raphael I’ll admit it: For the majority of my adult life, spreadsheets have remained shrouded in mystery. I’ve used them plenty, of course—to track income, … Continue reading 16 incredibly useful things you didn’t know Google Sheets could do

TikTok Users Recruited To Influence U.S. Bill That Could Ban App

TikTok Users Recruited To Influence U.S. Bill That Could Ban App by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, March 8, 2024 TikTok on Thursday sent a “direly worded alert” for those using the platform, urging them to call Congress and stop the bill that could ban the app. The move recruited TikTok users to influence the … Continue reading TikTok Users Recruited To Influence U.S. Bill That Could Ban App

4 ways Apple could make life easier for elderly customers—that would benefit us all

  By Michael Grothaus January 27, 2024 When tech companies design their products, they usually think of younger generations first. After all, these are the people most likely to become long-term, recurring customers—and spread their love of the product far and wide on social media. But the cohort on the other end of the age … Continue reading 4 ways Apple could make life easier for elderly customers—that would benefit us all

Could happy advertisers be the key to connected TV success? by MNTN

As streaming networks and other CTV platforms enhance their advertising technologies, they could kill two user experience problems with one stone. MNTN on December 6, 2023   For years, CTV and linear television have been battling it out for viewership numbers. And it looks like CTV is coming out on top. Seeking more flexibility and … Continue reading Could happy advertisers be the key to connected TV success? by MNTN

An under-the-radar Supreme Court case could upend the tax code and derail wealth taxation

By Sam Becker December 05, 2023 With consequential Supreme Court rulings on topics like abortion and voting rights in recent years, Americans may be forgiven if their interest isn’t exactly piqued by a legal battle concerning the tax code. But a case currently in front of the high court, although it has largely flown under … Continue reading An under-the-radar Supreme Court case could upend the tax code and derail wealth taxation

Red Lobster vastly underestimated how much shrimp people could eat—but it may still be a marketing win

  By Chris Morris December 01, 2023 Red Lobster’s biggest promotion might be gobbling up its profits and causing some concerns in the finance department, but it may still be a win for marketing. The restaurant chain made headlines this week when it announced its Endless Shrimp deal was part of the reason it reported … Continue reading Red Lobster vastly underestimated how much shrimp people could eat—but it may still be a marketing win

How AI for lip dubbing could change the film industry

By Burt Helm November 19, 2023 In Hollywood, big money is getting lost in translation. Sure, the global entertainment business is synced up like never before. Marvel blockbusters captivate audiences in China. Korean directors score one coup after another in the U.S. Streaming development executives now scour foreign markets to bring home the next Squid … Continue reading How AI for lip dubbing could change the film industry