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Big data is everywhere. But we humans are not good at “big” anything when it comes to numbers.
Research shows we identify with the feelings of smaller groups of people versus large masses.
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As the next generation – Generation Z – matures, we’re approaching the dawn of a new era in social networking: anonymous social media. Incognito social networks such as Snapchat, Whisper, and Secret have spread like wildfire among Gen Z-ers.
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U.S. News and World Report recently released its much anticipated and often dreaded issue ranking graduate schools of the nation’s leading universities. While deans and faculty often disdain these rankings, they happily notify alumni and others when their school rises from the previous year and are forced to come up with a reason why they declined in another year. In a few cases, persistent declines have even led to resignations by deans.
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Anything can happen with live video. Since the early days of broadcasting, when technology first made it possible to transmit a live feed over the air, the immediacy and spontaneity of watching something unfold live has always had mass appeal.
APCO invites you to take a look at our analysis of China's recently concluded liang hui, the annual meetings of the National People's Congress and the Chinese People's Consultative Congress.
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I recently had an opportunity to pitch one of America’s most well-known and reclusive CEOs to one of the network morning shows. He had not done a major national television interview since he had appeared on Oprah in May of 2011.
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It could easily have been predicted that the UK Chancellor, George Osborne, and the Leader of the Opposition, Ed Miliband, would find little on which to agree during today’s opening salvoes on the 2015 Budget Statement.
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