I’m not sure they are the only hazards on the road… and I seem to recall being called a hazard at that age myself. But maybe the lesson is, a jazzy headline that falls into the zeitgeist will get clicks.
88% of drivers 19- to 24-years-old acknowledged engaging in risky behavior such as texting while driving, USA Today reports.
In the mid-2000s, the movie industry sponsored a series of ads that equated illegally downloading a movie to committing a series of badly-shot crimes out of a low-budget Oceans movie. It was suppos…
Many industry insiders expect mobile commerce to eclipse PC-based sales in the relatively near future. A new online survey from Fluent argues that may already be starting to happen.
While there may be many different things that can be used to gauge the success of a business, most of it boils down to customer satisfaction. If customers are not satisfied with the product you place into the market, you have a serious problem. How to solve that problem may be a difficult question for many companies. However, there are general principles that apply in most cases. Here are some strategies you can use to insure that your product satisfies your customers
Economists expect the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates three times this year but can’t agree on when those increases will come. Roughly 33% of economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal this month said the Fed next will vote to raise rates in March, and 48% said the central bank would wait until the June meeting.
Accenture’s latest survey suggests 2017 will see a rebound in device purchases fueled by phones with better security, new functions and improved performance.
The last time the index neared the November level of 96 was before the financial crisis, according to a Wells Fargo/Gallup study.
Don’t be surprised if your company decides to do away with password logins. A new survey has found that most organizations are leaning toward phasing out password authentication.
One-third of Americans who are backing Donald Trump said they are voting for the Republican nominee because “he is not Clinton.” That number is just 1 point higher (32%) than the number of Hillary Clinton supporters who are voting for her because “she is not Trump.”