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businessinsider.com - 6 readers - AOL is merging its "billion dollars" worth of publishing products into one platform, it announced on Monday.
forbes.com - 7 readers - As Uber prepares to deliver shopping as well as people further across the US and into markets internationally, could local couriers face an even tougher fight than the ubiquitous black cabs in London or elsewhere are facing? It might also spell war on the streets of Britain over the nation's [...]
wsj.com - 6 readers - Some of Sprint’s prepaid customers will soon be able to get $5 off their wireless bill in exchange for putting up with more advertisements on their smartphones. The option offers the carrier an opportunity to experiment with a new model of mobile advertising.
techcrunch.com - 7 readers - There have been multiple attempts to convince web users of the value of their attention and/or personal data -- by, for example, offering them free mobile..
mashable.com - 4 readers - It’s ironic that, in this supposed age of abundant information, people are so poorly informed about how their valuable digital assets are being used before they unwittingly sign...
thenextweb.com - 6 readers - Foursquare's latest feature taps into a more forward-thinking mode. The check-in company, which has made its name on getting people to find out about locat
adweek.com - 6 readers - With mobile usage expected to continue its upward trajectory in 2016, it's more imperative than ever for marketers to be able to reach consumers on any, and every, screen available. And as marketers increase their budgets for cross-screen programmatic advertising this year, two ad tech companies are teaming up to cater to that growing need.
techcrunch.com - 6 readers - HopSkipDrive, The LA-based "Uber for Kids", has closed a $10.2M Series A round led by FirstMark Capital, with participation from new investors Greycroft..