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Domain crime : Get your domains away from AOL, Yahoo and Hotmail accounts fast!

Global alert : Domain hackers are attempting to steal domains, where the registrant uses AOL, Yahoo or Hotmail accounts. There have been numerous instances of such attempts and even successful domain theft incidents that we’re aware of. Changing one’s managing accounts to secure free email providers such as Gmail or ProtonMail is the first step […]

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Needs Better Name: These Rolled Ice Cream Tacos Are LA’s Hottest New Summer Treat

TV advertising is slipping and it can’t blame the economy this time; Is WordPress Ready to Be an Enterprise-Grade CMS? Airbnb VP talks about AI’s profound impact on results; The “Cure” for the Workaholic; Life-Saving Drones Can Beat Ambulances to Heart Attack Victims; Verizon to incur $500 million in pre-tax costs from Yahoo deal; How […]

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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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Here’s why Google went to Burning Man to find its next CEO; Brutal, Scary Lessons of Yahoo’s Demise

Billionaire Investor Holds 10 Percent of His Life Savings in Bitcoin, Predicts Price to Hit $2,000; Will Blockchain Technology Be the Ultimate Disrupter? Harvard Says Yes; The Strange Life and Death of Dave Kleiman, A Computer Genius Linked to Bitcoin’s Origins; How Purpose Driven Brands are Using their Products to Express Their Purpose; Why Is […]

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The World’s First Pot-Focused Exchange-Traded Fund

AOL and Yahoo join these once proud names in the Internet graveyard; Hackers use FAFSA tool to steal $30 million from IRS; Woman travels the world and makes $6K on every picture she takes along the way; YouTube will no longer allow creators to make money until they reach 10,000; Snapchat just launched an attack […]

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Why $10,000 For A Domain Name Is Still Cheap; Yahoo and AOL Rebrand As OATH

‘So You’re A Client’? Zillow Becomes a Real Estate Brand, Launches RealEstate.com; As YouTube Tinkers With Ad Formula, Its Stars See Their Videos Lose Money; A Big Advertising Change Is Coming To Instagram (Jump On It First); The First Horseman of the Privacy Apocalypse Has Already Arrived: Verizon Announces Plans to Install Spyware on All […]

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Facebook tweaks its algorithm to give more prominence to posts with ‘reactions’; Price of Bitcoin is Now Worth One Ounce of Gold

Why startups shouldn’t waste time and money in costly fintech events, unless they can really afford the luxury; Happy Employees Equal Happy Customers? Well, Yes, But It’s Complicated; SMBs Use Multiple Mobile Ad Channels: Text Messaging Leads in Use; Yelp picks up restaurant waitlist app Nowait for $40 million; Instagram Story ads now sold globally […]

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Ahead of Snap’s Huge IPO; Name Review: All That’s Left is Altaba

From Selling Water on the Street Corner to a Multi-Million Dollar Online Business; As Self-Driving Cars Approach, the Auto Industry Races to Rebuild; Why Creative Agencies Need to Think Like Consultants in 2017; The Only Sales Guide You’ll Ever Need; What Facebook is Really Copying From Snapchat #DigitalSense; If You Want To Innovate, Don’t Wait […]

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World’s billionaires lose 215m each as global economy struggles

Umami Burger CEO: Why You Never Want a Co-Founder; Does South Florida’s burgeoning tech scene need some oomph? Uber inks deal with another South Florida-based professional sports franchise; Fulfillment by Amazon hooks more marketplace sellers; Al Roker’s Startup Is Now ‘Live’; Yahoo ad sales boss: ‘Everything is business as usual’ and… Despite having the tools, […]

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An interview with Tumblr’s first employee

The Macro recently did an interview with Tumblr’s first employee Marc LaFountain. In case you somehow found yourself stuck in a cave for the last decade, Tumblr sold to Yahoo in a $1.1B deal. At the time of acquisition Tumblr was seeing what we like to call insane traction with 120,000 new sign-ups per day and […]

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