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IBM + Facebook = ?

Yesterday Facebook and IBM announced their partnership which will enable marketers deliver more personalized campaigns. Could this be the much awaited use of the huge amount of data Facebook posses on its users? 807 more words


We finally have The Jetsons’ food machine. Sort-of.

Many of us might remember watching Hanna-Barbera’s The Jetsons and recall George and Jane pushing buttons to get things done. George created sprockets at Spaceley Space Sprockets and Jane kept home tidy and prepared dinner for the whole family. 360 more words

The 4 Stocks That Weighed on the DJIA on Wednesday

May 6, 2015: Markets opened higher on Wednesday but soon sank as growth expectations for the U.S. economy dimmed again. Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen may have spooked investors by talking about high equity valuations, although the reports from the financial media and headlines on the matter might have spooked investors more than what she really said. 262 more words


IBM y Facebook hacen alianza para sus anuncios digitales

IBM ha encontrado a un nuevo amigo en Facebook, o quizá es al revés, dependiendo de cuál se percibe para ofrecer el mayor aporte en su nueva colaboración. 206 more words


Worth more acquired than alone, Salesforce’s independence may be over

By Allan Krans, Practice Manager and Principal Analyst

Salesforce’s rumored acquisition talks come as the end of “the end of software” era looms

After starting its marketing efforts touting traditional software would cease to exist, it’s becoming clear that black-and-white perspective of the IT market will not materialize. 1,414 more words


Buy What You Know

I am asked frequently if stocks can continue to go up. Would that I knew. Bespoke Investment Group recently provided some insight as to where the current bull market ranks historically. 79 more words

The Women's Guide To Stock Investing

IBM Announces Marketing Partnership With Facebook

IBM and Facebook are teaming up to offer marketers new integrations between the two platforms.

IBM said customers will now be able to buy Facebook ads with combined data from Facebook and IBM’s Marketing Cloud (the latter includes things like like weather, location and previous purchase history). 220 more words

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