Daily Archives: December 7, 2018

Gmail Users’ Primary Inboxes Are Full Of Promotional Emails

This specific’s driving Inbox Zero-ers isane. Gmail describes Promotions as “Deals, offers, as well as some other marketing emails,” while emails in Primary are defined as “Person-to-person conversations as well as messages that will don’t appear in some other tabs.” In a statement, a spokesperson said, “We are aware of an issue in Gmail causing certain promotional email to be ...

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Chasing growth with e-commerce technology

An unusual motif was strung throughout Wednesday’s Investor Day presentations at Yum Brands, the parent company of Pizza Hut, KFC along with also Taco Bell along with also the globe’s biggest restaurant operator: “Proud, however dissatisfied.” A 45,000-restaurant operation spread across 140 countries, Yum Brands has seen its properties gain momentum globally in recent years, culminating within the 2016 spin-off ...

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93% of tech funding goes to all-male founders

Europe’s tech start-up scene carries a problem: almost all of its funding can be going toward men. A fresh report through venture capital firm Atomico found 93 percent of the money invested into European tech start-ups in 2018 went to companies with all-male founding teams. The report paints a bleak picture for female entrepreneurs in Europe with no progress within ...

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Nikita Dragun Claps Back at Victoria’s Secret’s Transphobic Comments With Stunning Video

Nikita Dragun wants women to be their own angel. The transgender YouTuber took a stand against Victoria’s Secret’s controversial casting comments made by parent company L-Brand’s chief marketing officer Ed Razek about transgender versions. Proving that will anyone can be a “fantasy,” Dragun created her own Fantasy Bra commercial, in addition to also fans are loving the item! “Dear Victoria’s ...

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Huawei CFO arrest just made companies like Apple less valuable

U.S.-based technology companies with business in China automatically lost value on news of the arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou, who has reportedly been accused of violating U.S. sanctions, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Thursday. The arrest, which occurred in Canada on Saturday along with was announced Wednesday, “means any tech company in which does a huge amount of business in ...

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