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3 Big Takeaways From Live Nation Entertainment’s Third Quarter

Ticketmaster parent Live Nation Entertainment (NYSE:LYV) reported third-quarter earnings Thursday night. The company fell short of Wall Street’s projections for earnings and revenue, sending share prices as much as 8% lower in Friday’s trading session. Did that sharp sell-off make Live Nation an attractive buy today, or was there something structurally wrong with this report? Let’s take a look at three key details. ... Read More »

Two Important Lessons Learned From Spending $70 Million On Marketing

I spend about $100,000 every week marketing my company to businesses nationwide. Spending that much per week on marketing may strike many business owners as excessive. And for some businesses, it is. Obviously, I wasn’t spending $100,000 on marketing when I first started out in 1998. I didn’t have much working capital back then (just a $5,000 credit card, if ... Read More »

Google to mentor 10 startups in Bengaluru from October 14

BENGALURU: Google on Wednesday announced to kick-start third class of its three-month “Launchpad Accelerator India” programme from October 14 here with a line-up of 10 fresh startups. Similar to the two previous classes, these startups will get access to mentorship from Google teams and industry experts, free support, Cloud credits and more, the company said in a statement. The startups will undergo an intensive ... Read More »

Small business customers get more from Telstra

Telstra has expanded it services to small businesses with the offer of account management support for small business customers of all sizes. On top of the “personalised” account management support Telstra also now offers one dedicated service number (132-000) with support seven days from 8am to 9pm and a dedicated specialist business team who is able and accountable for resolving queries ... Read More »

Job cuts in Deutsche Bank: From NYC to Bengaluru, employees’ careers end in an envelope, a hug and a cab ride

A Deutsche Bank employee in Bengaluru told Reuters that he and several colleagues were told first thing that their jobs were going. (Reuters) Summoned by HR to be handed a Deutsche Bank envelope, many of its staff across the world then left their desks for the last time on Monday, shown the door by their German employer within hours of ... Read More »

Nigel Farage earns at least €30,000 a month from media company

 Nigel Farage in the European parliament in Strasbourg on Tuesday. He is among the parliament’s highest earners. Photograph: Roberto Monaldo Lapress/LaPresse via ZUMA Press/REX/Shutterstock Nigel Farage is earning at least €30,000 (£26,900) a month from his media company Thorn in the Side, his latest earnings declaration reveals. Members of the European parliament are required to declare all income earned on top ... Read More »

How Entrepreneurs Can Start Benefiting From Social Media Batching

Social media, no matter how you feel about it, has become embedded in our daily lives. That’s not always a bad thing. After all, having a presence on social media does have numerous benefits for entrepreneurs. Social media gets the word out about you and your business and helps establish you as a thought leader. It gives you a chance ... Read More »

CBS Sees Primetime, Late-Night Advertising Gains From Upfront (EXCLUSIVE)

Despite an array of new video options, Madison Avenue is still placing big bets on one of its standbys. CBS expects the volume of advance advertising commitments placed against its next primetime schedule to rise 5% to 6%, according to a person familiar with the matter, and advance commitments placed against its late-night programming to increase 20% in the industry’s annual ... Read More »

US demands social media details, email addresses for 5 yrs from visa applicants

Nearly all applicants for US visas will have to submit their social media details under new rules by the State Department. The State Department regulations say people will have to submit social media names and five years’ worth of email addresses and phone numbers. When proposed last year, authorities estimated the proposal would affect 14.7 million people annually. Certain diplomatic ... Read More »

Here’s How Employers Can Prevent Their Employees From Job Hopping

The days of casually picking a candidate to fill a role at your company and expecting them to stay long-term are over. If you are an employer or manager and you don’t have a strategy to retain your employees, you can’t expect them to stay. Millennials no longer need to apologize for job hopping, so it’s on employers to not only ... Read More »