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‘A circus and a hoax’: how rightwing media are covering impeachment

The Fox News offices in New York City on 11 October 2019. Photograph: Andrew Kelly/Reuters Televised public impeachment hearings on Donald Trump start on Wednesday and are likely to grip America with a litany of damaging testimony. Transcripts of private hearings already show witnesses testifying about the same basic scenario: Trump wanted Ukraine to investigate his potential rival in the 2020 election ... Read More »

We Are In A Free-Agent Job Market: Here’s What’s Happening And What You Need To Know To Succeed

Today’s economy and job market is radically different from just a few generations ago. Back then, you could graduate from high school, get a decent job, afford a home, two cars and raise your kids in a nice, suburban neighborhood. You would work at the same company for most of your adult life and receive a pension when you retire. ... Read More »

You are what you watch? The social effects of watching television

NEW YORK — Other than sleeping and working, Americans are more likely to watch television than engage in any other activity. A wave of new social science research shows that the quality of shows can influence us in important ways, shaping our thinking and political preferences, even affecting our cognitive ability. In this so-called golden age of television, some critics ... Read More »

India’s unicorn startups are more like workhorses

India’s four largest unicorn startups are in the areas of online payments, e-commerce, ride-hailing and education China has seen the rise of a few impressive billion-dollar startups. Bytedance Inc’s TikTok, for instance, is so ‘hip’ that it makes Snap Inc look like a company catering to your parents. Sensetime Group Ltd and Beijing Megvii Co are masters of creepily powerful ... Read More »

Marketing platforms with proprietary UIs are a waste of resources

Every business is different. It has its own profit models, objectives and problems. Therefore, it should also have a way of reporting business results that are tailored to its needs. Today, there is a plethora of options that offer just that. Datorama, Google Data Studio, and Microsoft’s Power BI are just a few of the increasingly sophisticated data visualization tools that offer near-infinite customizability. ... Read More »

‘We Are in an Era Where the Media Has Itself Become a Threat to Democracy’

Two years ago, we launched The Wire Hindi with a small team and big dreams. How has the experience been so far? What have we achieved, or not? Before we begin to discuss these questions, we need to know about the time in which the idea of The Wire Hindi was born. It is also important that we talk about the era in which ... Read More »

10 car features that are absolutely ESSENTIAL

Modern cars come equipped with many features and amenities that were thought of as super luxury some time back. For people who spend most of their time in the rear seats, comfort and features are the two most important aspects when choosing a car. However, some of the features are more important than others. Now some features like ABS and ... Read More »

TV Couple Sheena Bajaj And Rohit Purohit Are getting Married. Details Here

Mariam Khan – Reporting Live actress Sheena Bajaj and Porus star Rohit Purohit are all set to get married come January, reports Times Of India. Sheena confirmed the reports about her wedding to Rohit and said: “The wedding is on January 22 and the pre-wedding functions, including mehndi, haldi, sangeet and engagement, will be held on the previous day. All ... Read More »

Are Advertisers Losing Sight Of The Customer In The Digital Era?

Steve Harrison is a legendary copywriter, creative director, and author who has seen the advertising world go through peaks, troughs, and total reconstruction. We spoke to him about leading teams through upturns and downturns, about exploitation and fast turnover during the digital uprising, and about his love for simple, problem-solving advertising that puts the customer first. Hough: Throughout your career, ... Read More »

Strokes are linked to dementia, increases risk of the brain disease by 70%

People who have suffered a stroke are more likely to develop dementia, a study conducted by the University of Exeter Medical School confirmed. The study involved an analysis of 3.2 million people across the world. Researchers found that the link between stroke and dementia persisted even after taking into account other dementia risk factors such as blood pressure, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. “We ... Read More »