Marketing Day: Apple Services, Amazon Go & reputation management tips

Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web. From Marketing Land: As world waits for iPhone X sales, Apple Services has become a Fortune 100 businessJan 22, 2018 by Greg...
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New spending stopgap measure stalls Medicare extenders, DSH delay

The Senate on Monday provided the Children's Health Insurance Program with long-awaited funding — but the three-week spending stopgap measure to end the federal government shutdown may dim lawmakers' chances to pass other health measures anytime soon.Providers...
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Truck-sharing startup lands truckload of backing from KC bigwigs

Co-founders Ben Jackson and Harrison Proffitt talk about the raise and the startup’s planned...
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Bacardi is buying Patron in deal that values the tequila company at $5.1 billion

Bacardi Limited will acquire the maker of Patron in a deal valued at $5.1 billion, the spirits company announced Monday. Patron is a well-known brand of ultra-premium tequila. Bacardi, which is known for its rum, took a minority stake in the brand's parent company in...
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As world waits for iPhone X sales, Apple Services has become a Fortune 100 business

There are numerous reports coming out out from financial analysts arguing that iPhone X demand is “soft” or below expectations. Apple will report its holiday quarter earnings on February 1, 2018. We probably won’t find out how many iPhone X units...
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Jefferies has 3 reasons why Texas Instruments can be a winner again this year

Jefferies just added Texas Instruments to its Franchise Pick List, telling clients that there are numerous ways to win on the chipmaker stock. As one of the top performers in the S&P 500 over the past 12 months, Texas Instruments has climbed 59 percent versus the...
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Eagles face stiff competition against ‘absolutely freakish’ Tom Brady, says top sports agent

The Philadelphia Eagles may be going to the Super Bowl, but the battle against Tom Brady is going to be intense, said well-known sports agent Drew Rosenhaus. "For a guy to be 40 years old and be the NFL's most valuable player and to fight through injuries and to play...
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Arizona classic car auction sales totals hit near $248 million

Arizona classic car auction sales totals hit near $248...
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Advocates Name Best, Worst States for Highway Safety Law Enforcement

Rhode Island received top marks on an advocacy group’s recent report card that evaluates states on their ability to enforce highway safety laws.
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White Collar Watch: Who Should Pay for Financial Transparency? Banks or Government?

The issue is taking on added urgency with new regulations to fight money laundering and foreign corruption set to take effect in May.
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Live Briefing: Senate to Vote Soon on Bill to End Government Shutdown

Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the majority leader, promises a “free and open debate” on immigration if Democrats will vote to reopen the government.

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Atlanta and these four other cities are most likely to get Amazon’s new headquarters: Tech analyst

With Amazon narrowing its list of potential cities for its second headquarters last week, one Wall Street technology analyst believes he knows which of the remaining candidates have the inside track for the economically game-changing project. GBH Insights' Daniel Ives...

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Lowe’s to rocket 20% with ‘radically more positive’ outlook after tax cuts: Bernstein

Lowe's stock is set to pop 20 percent in the next year as America's obsession with homes swells under Republican tax cuts, according to one Wall Street bank. Shares of the home improvement company rose 0.9 percent after Bernstein upgraded the stock to outperform from...

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Trump pledged to revive the coal industry, but little has changed one year into his first term

President Donald Trump pledged to revive the coal industry and put miners back to work, but one year into his first term, there's been little change in the beleaguered industry. Coal production is up slightly and exports were a highlight in 2017, but coal-fired power...

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China’s Tencent takes aim at Apple and Google with apps that run directly on WeChat

Tencent Holdings, China's biggest internet company by market value, is on a collision course with Apple and Alphabet with its aggressive push into mini mobile applications, which allow users to bypass traditional app stores and run programs directly within its WeChat...

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Abercrombie & Fitch boosts guidance, sending shares higher; Martinez to retire as exec chairman

Abercrombie & Fitch shares jumped in premarket trading on Monday after the retailer raised its fourth-quarter guidance. The retailer said it expects same-store sales to be up in the high-single digits, compared with the previous outlook of low-single-digit gains....

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Fox in the Globalist Henhouse? Davos Awaits Trump’s Arrival

How will President Trump’s protectionism go over at the elite World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland, which draws leaders who believe in globalism and free trade?

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Google’s $20 million race to the moon will end with no winner — and Google is OK with that

More than ten years after it was announced — and extended over and over — the Google-sponsored race to win $20 million by landing on the moon will end with no winners. The four teams racing to win the Google Lunar Xprize, which requires a company to land a...

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The government shutdown is delaying SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy test and other launches

Upcoming SpaceX launches and tests will be delayed as long as the government shutdown continues, the company announced Monday. Elon Musk's rocket company was set to run extensive prelaunch testing on its Falcon Heavy rocket this week. But furloughed personnel at...

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General Electric shares fall below $16 as epic selloff continues on Bank of America downgrade

General Electric shares continued to plumb new depths after Bank of America Merrill Lynch downgraded the troubled bellwether on Monday. Shares fell 2 percent to $15.94. The stock fell to a six-year low on Friday below $17 a share after GE said earlier in the week it...

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