Oscars 2015: The Social Vote [INFOGRAPHIC] February 21, 2015 The Oscars (a.k.a. the Academy Awards) are coming on Sunday. Like most of you, I have my favorites and I’ll be watching intently to see if any, or even all of them will bring home the statue. Of course, there are no shortage of predictions being […]
Google just can’t catch a break in Europe. The search giant has been embroiled in an intense legal battle over its allegedly anticompetitive position since 2009, and despite its efforts to appease European officials by displaying paid Shopping ads by competitors in the SERPs, the European Commission still isn’t satisfied that Google is playing fair.
Facebook has been experimenting with its newsfeed to serve up news over other content to some users. In yet other experiments, the social network has been serving up its Voter Megaphone buttons on Election Day to most of its US users, while withholding the “I’m Voting/I’m a Voter” buttons from a control group of several […]
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Oracle Corp. shareholders are putting up a rare and semi-successful fight against rising executive pay at Oracle Corp. In a non-binding "say-on-pay" vote at Oracle’s annual meeting yesterday, they rejected the pay packages for top managers, including Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Larry Ellison. The protest vote was influenced by a group of powerful […]
Just one-third of all New York City (NYC) residents eligible to vote in the city primary races were expected to head to the polls on Sept. 10th. For one of the leading Democratic mayor hopefuls—Public Advocate Bill de Blasio, City Council Speaker Christine Quinn and former City Comptroller Bill Thompson—the city’s 2.27 million Hispanic residents, […]