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  • Fads vs. Trends In Marketing

      If you are responsible for, or even involved in, the marketing of your Company, take the time to read this article. For Marketing Managers, one of the most challenging aspects of the job is determining where to spend your marketing dollars. Long past are the days when marketing budgets were divided between print advertising, [...]

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  • A New Trend In Tech Employment

    The rapid expansion of the internet over the last 20 years and the arrival of social media within the last decade, have changed the way in which businesses position their brands and sell their products.  Whether selling commercial real estate or sneakers, the prevalence of these two technologies through all strata of our society has [...]

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  • Technology’s Impact On The Urban Landscape

    Urban landscapes are in a constant state of flux. Changing habits, perceptions, economic conditions and lifestyle preferences all play a role in this flux, which is often generalized as a move from ‘city living’ to ‘suburb living’ or vise-versa. During the latter half of the 20th century, migrations cycles from city to suburbs and back [...]

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  • Smart Cities – Worth The Cost?

    In this article published last week in Forbes, author Bernard Marr takes a look at how big data and the Internet of Things are being used to build “Smart Cities”. That is cities where smart systems are imbedded in the infrastructure to collect data on everything from traffic patterns and waste management to law enforcement [...]

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  • Bruce Springsteen In The New Yorker

    “Some guys they just give up living And start dying little by little, piece by piece Some guys come home from work and wash up And go racing in the street” – Bruce Springsteen (Racing In The Street) Calling fans of Bruce Springsteen:  Check out this profile  by David Remnick from the New Yorker. If [...]

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