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Why Are Atheists Generally Smarter Than Religious People? a New Currency to Make Wall Street Work

Will FMovies Soon Lose Its Domain Name? Court Orders The Site To Pay $210,000; Workers Are Being Fired For Using Medical Cannabis, Even In States Where Its Legal; Why is everyone so busy? Replace Marketing With Purpose And Meaning; SoftBank is buying robotics firms Boston Dynamics and Schaft from Alphabet; Here’s what the top accelerators […]

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Alphabet Shares Follow in Amazon’s Footsteps and Top $1,000; Mayer’s $900,000-a-Week Paycheck

IBM unveils world’s first 5nm chip; Apple Kicks Off the WWDC With a Frightening, Funny Film About a World without APPs; 7 Workspace Strategies for Remote Workers; Innovative retailers are making a major push into online furniture sales; 4 Ways to Elicit Invitations to Private Business Events; A Checklist for Registration and Login Forms on […]

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6 Reasons Your Website Visitors Are Not Turning Into Customers; Why Sears is Failing

The Future Of Advertising In A Responsive World; How Campbell’s And Other CPG Brands Are Experimenting With Watson Ads; Why Personal Branding Still Matters; Linked phones encrypt sex tapes, require consent to view; As Snapdeal sinks deeper in the quicksand, more executives leave; YouTube ditches unskippable 30-second ads; Alphabet’s Waymo Way Ahead of the Self-Driving […]

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A look at how domain stocks did in 2016, if you owned Tucows you were very happy

2016 was a great year for shareholders of Tucows and Neustar, for shareholders of Verisign, Marchex and Sedo parent United Internet ? Not so much. Tucows was the star for 2016 up 67% on the year. Neustar got acquired and the stock finished up close to 40%. Verisign saw their fortunes take a down turn […]

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Google’s Waymo domain strategy and what it says about domain choices

Joseph Peterson takes a look at what domains Waymo registered…and didn’t. Google’s not God. MarkMonitor’s no Moses. Thou shalt not treat Alphabet’s domain registration patterns as the 10 Commandments. Yet it’s interesting to look at what they’ve carved in stone for themselves … because it’s a display of TLD priorities … and because others too […]

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New gTLD .Tube Goes Live Thursday: Less Than 50 Sunrise Domain Registrations By TM Holders

The new gTLD .Tube goes live where domain names can be registered on a first come, first serve basis at a handful of domain name registrars starting at 14:00 UTC. However some of the largest registrars are not listed on the .Tube website including Godaddy.com; Chinese registrars West.cn, HiChina (www.net.cn) and ename.net. Actually out of […]

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Shadowy Nets Promise to Unlock the Brain’s Deepest Secrets; Driverless Cities

What you should learn from the man who lost $600,000 on Facebook ads; Stanford researchers ‘stunned’ by stem cell experiment that helped stroke patient walk; The Meeker Method; T-Mobile is giving away free stock shares, pizza, and in-flight Wi-Fi to its customers; 14 of the Most Ridiculous Things People Have Put on Their Résumés; Apple […]

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Google Misses On Revenue & Earnings; Shares Sink As Much As $50 After Hours

Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG, GOOGL) today announced financial results for the quarter ended March 31, 2016 and missed earnings and revenue forecasts sending shares down in after hours trading by $50. Shares are currently down over 6% and have been bouncing down between $40 and $50 a share Q1 2016 financial highlights The following summarizes […]

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Google Launches Unfiltered.News

Google’s parent company, Alphabet’s tech incubator, Jigsaw just launched another website on a new gTLD. Unfiltered.News which is described as a “new experiment at Google which many of you may enjoy, a site which analyzes news feeds from around the world, and tells you which news stories are most missed by the media where you […]

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Alphabet Reports Strong Earnings up $40 in After Hours Trading

Alphabet Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOGL) the parent company of Google reported earnings after the bell today. The company has become the most valuable publicly traded company in the world. The stock is over $800 for the first time ever in after hours trading. $8.67 per share, vs expected EPS of $8.10 MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – February […]

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