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13 Orte, an denen Ihre Onlinewerbung nicht ganz so toll funktioniert, wie Sie gehofft haben - http://www.ibusiness.de/aktuell...
Facebook Employs A Guy To Make Posters For The Office. Is He Going To Be A Millionaire Too? - http://www.businessinsider.com/faceboo...
Facebook employs a guy named Ben Barry on its communications team. A big part of Barry's job, according to a profile in Collector's Weekly, is to make posters and plaster them all over the office. For this job, Facebook bought Barry his very own printing press. We've already learned that the guy who spray-painted some of the walls in Facebook's first office is now worth $500 million thanks to that gig. Is Barry also a millionaire? According to Collector's Weekly, Barry joined Facebook in 2008. He's not an engineer. And he's not at the director level or above on the business side. According to the flow chart we made a couple weeks ago (with the help of a Facebook source): Mr. Poster-maker is probably not going to be a millionaire. But he does have a nice job. Check for yourself: Please follow SAI on Twitter and Facebook. Join the conversation about this story » See Also: Why Most Women Don't Want To Be Like Sheryl SandbergTHE APPLE INVESTOR: Apple's Mac Is The Only PC Brand Making... - Robert Ressmann
Wo steht Quirky mit seiner Plattform für Produkterfindungen? - http://www.excitingcommerce.de/2013...
Datenschützer fordern Google zum Dialog über Glass auf - http://www.internetworld.de/Nachric...
Datenschützer fordern Google zum Dialog über Glass auf
In einem gemeinsamen Brief an Google-Chef Larry Page verlangen Datenschützer aus mehreren Ländern aktuell Auskunft über die High-Tech-Brille Glass. Die internationalen Vertreter wollen den Internetkonzern zu einem Dialog zu den Themen Privatsphäre und Nutzerdaten bewegen. Größte Sorge der Unterzeichner des Briefes ist eine umfassende Überwachung. - Robert Ressmann
Google Drive Gets 18 New Languages - http://mashable.com/2013...
Amazon-Geschenkeservice für Vergessliche - http://www.internetworld.de/Nachric...
Amazon-Geschenkeservice für Vergessliche
Nie wieder einen Geburtstag vergessen. Das verspricht uns Facebook dank seines Geburtstagskalenders ohnehin schon. Doch nun schaltet sich hier auch noch Amazon mit einem Geschenkedienst ein, der garantiert, dass die besten Freunde und liebsten Verwandten an ihrem Ehrentag auch nicht leer ausgehen. - Robert Ressmann
Bundestag beschließt Neuregelung der Rücksendungen - http://www.internetworld.de/Nachric...
Bundestag beschließt Neuregelung der Rücksendungen
Im Rahmen der EU-Verbraucherrechterichtlinie hat der Bundestag vergangene Woche eine Neuregelung der Retouren beschlossen. Das bedeutet, dass Online-Kunden ihre Rücksendungen künftig selbst zahlen müssen. Retouren werden so ein noch stärkerer Wettbewerbsfaktor im E-Commerce. - Robert Ressmann
Is Your Private Information Safe on Social Media? - http://mashable.com/2013...
Secret Life of Cats Revealed in GPS Tracking Study - http://mashable.com/2013...
UberMedia Appoints Former Initiative President Michael Hayes as Chief Revenue and Marketing Officer - http://www.adoperationsonline.com/2013...
Massive Rubik's Cube Could Travel the Globe - http://mashable.com/2013...
Kurz vor 9: Ver.di gegen Zalando, Unister mit Polit-Promi, Samwers, Retouren, Tchibo, Groupon, Amazon, SugarShape, Leetchi.com, Frontlineshop, Kiveda - http://etailment.de/thema...
Das Neueste aus der Welt des E-Commerce: Jeden Morgen kurz vor 9 Zalando: Auch der Modehändler muss sich mit der Kritik von Ver.di auseinandersetzen. Wie Deutschland Today berichtet, wächst der Unmut der 3000 Mitarbeiter im Erfurter Logistikzentrum. Hier gibt es noch keine Tarifverträge und keinen Betriebsrat. Zudem bestehe laut Ver.di Handlungsbedarf in puncto Arbeitsbedingungen, Arbeitszeiten und Arbeitsschutz. "Es fallen täglich drei Leute um, weil drinnen eine Bullenhitze ist", wird ein Mitarbeiter zitiert. Ver.di hat sich eingeschaltet und verhandelt derzeit mit Zalando. Jetzt lesen: Unister holt Regierungssprecher, Onlinehändler wollen Retourenkosten weitergeben. - Robert Ressmann
Die E-Commerce-Trends des Tages - 19.06.2013 - http://www.internetworld.de/Nachric...
Das Personenkarussell im E-Commerce dreht sich dieser Tage lustig: Bei Unister wird der bisherige thüringische Regierungssprecher neuer Vorsitzender der Geschäftsführung. Miriam Lahage hat nach dem Launch von Fashion ID offenbar schon genug von Peek & Cloppenburg Düsseldorf, Frontlineshop-Gründer Thorsten Lange will ebenfalls mal neue Luft schnuppern und Yapital holt sich einen erfahrenen Werber für den Launch von Yapital an Board. Außerdem in den E-Commerce-Trends: Wie lange es dauert, über einen 3D-Drucker ein Haus auszudrucken und Edeka plant flächendeckendes bargeldloses Bezahlen bis Ende 2015. - Robert Ressmann
How 'Game of Thrones' Slayed on Social Media - http://mashable.com/2013...
'Lego Movie' Teaser Trailer Gives First Look at Film - http://mashable.com/2013...
Google Wants The Government To Lift Its Gag Order On Surveillance Requests (GOOG) - http://www.businessinsider.com/google-...
Google has prided itself on being transparent about government snooping requests. It produces an ongoing Transparency Report that documents how many government requests it gets. That's fine for censorship requests, when governments make Google remove links to websites, or criminal investigations. But the government has forbidden it to say much about snooping done in the name of national security. In light of the public uproar over how much data the government is collecting, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and Yahoo struck deals last week with the government that let them talk about how many requests they get. Google wants the government to lift the gag order that prevents Google from doing the same. On Tuesday it asked the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court on Tuesday to let it talk about how many requests it gets, reports Reuters. Here's what the big web companies have been allowed to report so far about requests in the last six months: Facebook says it received between between... - Robert Ressmann
Consumer Action: Most Consumers Want Control Over Tracking - http://www.mediapost.com/publica...
Most Web users have expectations about privacy that appear to be at odds with current practices of ad companies, according to a report released on Tuesday by advocacy group Consumer Watch. One striking finding is that the vast majority of respondents said they would not allow companies to track, collect and share data about them in exchange for a free service or product. - Robert Ressmann
Consumer Action: Most Consumers Want Control Over Tracking - http://www.mediapost.com/publica...
Most Web users have expectations about privacy that appear to be at odds with current practices of ad companies, according to a report released on Tuesday by advocacy group Consumer Watch. One striking finding is that the vast majority of respondents said they would not allow companies to track, collect and share data about them in exchange for a free service or product. - Robert Ressmann
Consumer Action: Most Consumers Want Control Over Tracking - http://www.mediapost.com/publica...
Most Web users have expectations about privacy that appear to be at odds with current practices of ad companies, according to a report released on Tuesday by advocacy group Consumer Watch. One striking finding is that the vast majority of respondents said they would not allow companies to track, collect and share data about them in exchange for a free service or product. - Robert Ressmann
[G] Celebrating 10 years of shared success - http://googland.blogspot.com/2013...
[G] Today at 10AM PDT: Hangout with Susan Wojcicki to celebrate AdSense 10 - http://googland.blogspot.com/2013...
[G] Celebrating entrepreneurship with Chrome business apps - http://googland.blogspot.com/2013...
Saudi Arabia Could Block WhatsApp Within Weeks - http://mashable.com/2013...
Tech, entertainment, & fashion collide at Silicon Beach Fest - http://feeds.venturebeat.com/~r...
Cloudera Hints At IPO By Hiring A New CEO Who Took His Last Company Public Then Sold It For $1.5 Billion - http://www.businessinsider.com/clouder...
Cloudera is one of the most watched big data startups in the Valley and it just took another step towards an IPO by hiring Tom Reilly as its new CEO. Reilly was formerly the CEO of security company ArcSight, joining in 2006, two years before taking ArcSight public. Two years later, in 2010, he sold ArcSight to HP for $1.5 billion, a 24% premium for shareholders. All-in-all, a successful outcome for ArcSight investors. ArcSight shares one interesting investor with Cloudera, too: In-Q-Tel. That's the CIA's venture capital firm. Cloudera helps enterprises build big data projects using a technology called Hadoop. The company has raised a lot of capital, $141 million, since it was founded in 2008, including a huge $65 million round last December on a $700 million valuation. That's more than any other big data startup in its niche. So we would expect that investors will at some point be looking for an IPO or sale that will give them a nice return. We suspect IPO, because in 2012, cofounder... - Robert Ressmann
You Would Die If Superman Punched Your Face - http://mashable.com/2013...
Google Engineering Director Kurzweil Says Immortality Is Just Around The Corner (GOOG) - http://www.businessinsider.com/googles...
Ray Kurzweil, Google's director of engineering, is convinced that biotechnology advancements will eventually outpace the natural aging process. In other words: He thinks one day it will be possible for humans to live forever. "Somewhere between 10 and 20 years, there is going to be tremendous transformation of health and medicine," Kurzweil said Sunday at the Global Future 2045 World Congress in New York City, as reported by CNBC's Cadie Thompson. Here's his rationale: Biotech makes it possible for doctors to view the human body as a software programmer would view an app. If some cells aren't working right, Kurweil says, doctors can genetically reprogram them, just as a programmer would fix a software bug. "There's already fantastic therapies to overcome heart disease, cancer and every other neurological disease based on this idea of reprogramming the software," Kurzweil said at the event. Kurzweil, who became famous in the 1970s for inventing text-to-speech software that enabled... - Robert Ressmann
Yelp Advertisers Now Able To Promote Transactions Directly From Yelp Business Listings - http://marketingland.com/yelp-ad...
Health care tech startup COMS Interactive grabs $21M - http://feeds.venturebeat.com/~r...
Health care tech startup COMS Interactive grabs $21M
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