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Pizza Hut sponsors NCAA on-field delivery dash to unlock deal for fans
  Diehard sports fans love a good rivalry, and Pizza Hut’s pairing of players with big personalities could make the Read more.
JPMorgan, frustrated with YouTube safety, took control of its ads
JPMorgan Chase’s chief marketing officer, Kristin Lemkau.Getty/John Lamparski When some brands’ ads ended up next to troubling videos on YouTube Read more.
5 trends poised to shake up higher education in 2018
In 2017, a focus on adult learners was named the Education Dive: Higher Education Obsession of the Year, and for Read more.
There are a few simple, life-saving reasons why we treat tap water
The founders of a company called Live Water, which sells unfiltered, untreated water in glass containers, want customers to believe that Read more.
Diageo pulls Captain Morgan Snapchat advertising globally as UK bans alcohol ad for appealing to under-18s
Drinks-maker Diageo has removed all of its advertising on Snapchat globally as it looks into how it can avoid potentially Read more.
A hammer with a banana? Kroger may partner with hardware chain Ace.
Kroger continues to look beyond its core grocery business for growth. After diving into meal kits, serving up its first Read more.
The Great Data Breach Disasters of 2017
“A week hardly passed this year without a major data breach to remind us of how precarious the state of Read more.
The 16 biggest data breaches of the 21st century
“Data breaches happen daily, in too many places at once to keep count. But what constitutes a huge breach versus Read more.
Data Breaches Shook Faith in Government, Ruined IT Careers in 2017
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Email is the biggest source of data breaches
“Email has been the biggest source of data breaches this year, with 73 breaches between Jan. 1 and the end Read more.
2017’s Top hacks and data breaches
“2017 is over, but memories of some of the biggest hacking and data breach related incidents will haunt victims for Read more.
Amazon ordered to stop luring customers based on misspelled searches for Birkenstock
“The German sandal maker filed an injunction, complaining that the online retailer had been using variations on its brand name, Read more.
Ad targeters are pulling data from your browser’s password manager
“Nearly every web browser now comes with a password manager tool, a lightweight version of the same service offered by Read more.
Will Google kill Chrome OS and Android in 2018?
“If we learned anything in 2017, it’s this: Don’t believe everything you read on the internet.” View More Read more.
Data breaches rising because of lack of cybersecurity acumen
“Organizations are feeling the pain of the cybersecurity skills shortage, and the situation is getting worse.” View More Read more.
Trump Says Amazon Is Getting ‘Richer’ and the Post Office ‘Dumber and Poorer’ Off Low Delivery Rates
“U.S. President Donald Trump targeted online retailer Amazon (amzn) on Friday in a call for the country’s postal service to Read more.
Apple Apologizes for Handling of iPhone Battery Issue
“Apple Inc. issued a rare apology for its handling of concerns about performance issues in iPhones with older batteries in Read more.
10 ways tech will shape your life in 2018, for better and worse
“Is the outlook for technology in 2018 exciting — or slightly terrifying? Flip a coin. You’d be right either way.” Read more.
2017 Health Data Breach Tally: An Analysis
“Compared to the mega-breaches that hit the healthcare sector in 2015 and 2016, the top 10 breaches reported for 2017 Read more.
Google Analytics Training Coming to Grand Haven this Fall
Google Analytics 201 Coming to Grand Haven Fall 2015
This event is a continuation of the Grand Haven Chamber of Commerce’s February Google Analytics 101 session. Christopher VanOosterhout of Licentia Read more.