• Business Marketing

    4 Obvious Signs Your Business Stands To Benefit From Influencer Marketing

    NO INFLUENCE STEVE WASTERVAL Remember the time when it seemed like every major brand would hire a well-known actor or athlete to plug their products on TV? Associating a brand with a popular celebrity was often viewed as an easy trick for boosting sales. While many companies still do this (Shaquille O’Neal seems like he’s in every other ad on TV sometimes), this model never really had much in it for the little guy. As with so many other things, however, the internet has leveled the playing field with the rise of influencer marketing. Social media influencers come in practically  

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  • Business Analysts

    Why Business Analysts are Important for Businesses : South Florida Caribbean News

    Business Analysts serve a decisive role and thus are important for businesses. Business Analysis is about going through large volumes of data sets to extract insights to support decisions to help businesses. It is essential to solving business problems. Business Analysis helps in making decisions and taking data-backed actions to get the desired results. It’s the job of a Business Analyst to help the business move faster by solving problems.  Today’s business scenarios are completely different from what they were. Today, fast decisions will help you bag opportunities. And for that, you must have a solid Business Analysis team who  

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  • Business Management

    Wells Fargo asset management spinoff based in Charlotte NC

    Wells Fargo has officially spun off it asset management business. The firm started operating independently as Allspring Global Investments on Monday. Joshua Komer Wells Fargo has officially spun off its asset management business. The new firm, Allspring Global Investments, started operating as an independent firm on Monday,Allspring said in a news release. The company said it will be headquartered in Charlotte. Wells Fargo announced last February that it would sell the business, part of CEO Charlie Scharf’s plan to slim down the sprawling bank. Private equity firms GTCR and Reverence Capital Partners bought the business for $2.1 billion. Established in  

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  • Business Accounting

    ‘Happy to Lose’ $13M by Deleting Social Media Accounts

    UK cosmetics company Lush shut down many of its social media accounts on Black Friday. Lush cited the Facebook whistleblower’s revelations about social media harms being ignored. CEO Mark Constantine told The Guardian he’s “happy to lose” $13 million from the reduced exposure. Loading Something is loading. We are so sorry! We bumped into a system failure and couldn’t take your email this time. Thank you for signing up! Cosmetics company shut down its Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and Snapchat accounts globally on Friday, citing its concern about the harms of social media in the wake of Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen’s  

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  • Business News

    Chicago and DC mayors promote Black-owned businesses on Black Friday

    Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. The mayors of Chicago and Washington, D.C., both promoted Black-owned businesses on Black Friday. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser both published tweets Friday encouraging shoppers to go to Black-owned businesses. “This year, we’re putting the ‘Black’ in #BlackFriday. Join us and shop a Black-owned business today,” Lightfoot tweeted. ‘UNAPOLOGETIC’ LIGHTFOOT DEFENDS SPEAKING ONLY TO REPORTERS OF COLOR: ‘I WOULD ABSOLUTELY DO IT AGAIN’ In this file photo, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot speaks at the McCormick Place alternate care facility in Chicago in April 2020. (Zbigniew Bzdak/Chicago Tribune/Tribune News  

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