Last week, we put out a call to Business Insider readers to submit their wittiest captions for this ad for Top Cuts. Vying for a $50 prize from Amazon.com and the honor of being dubbed BI's wittiest reader, you sent in captions by ...
From the article intro: "Word-of-mouth recommendations and reviews, either from someone they know or a stranger’s opinions online, are the most trusted sources of information for buying decisions, according to the latest Nielsen’s latest Global Trust in Advertising report.
The findings speak highly for information gathered through social media or other forms of user-generated content."
Check this for example: "...though traditional paid media still are trusted by a great number of consumers, their influence is on the decline.
Nearly half of consumers around the world say the trust ads on TV (47%), in magazines (47%) and in newspapers (46%), but those numbers dropped by 24%, 20% and 25% respectively, in a relatively short period of time — between 2009 and 2011."
Vietnam: anyone for state-owned debt?Financial Times (blog)State media have reported that Vietinbank, which is 10 percent owned by the International Finance Corporation, the World Bank's private sector arm, is looking to raise up to $500m through ...
These stories are something to keep up with at the moment...from time to time. But the clouded wording, the default-is-not-default moves, the delays, the fear, the agendas....don't rely on one article and read between the words. Impossible! It may well be - but ask if any utterances relating to Euro and Europe, to deficits and default have credibility in relation to previous utterances. Strange times as usual.
PITY Karolos Papoulias, the 82-year-old president who has been trying to persuade Greece’s fractious political leaders to form a national-unity government after the election on May 6th failed to produce a...
Spain is in a complete economic crisis. Its unemployment rate of 24.4 percent is higher than the U.S. unemployment rate during the worst of the Great Depression. And there’s no Spanish New Deal waiting around the corner to turn things around.
How to spot tech's winners and losersMarketWatchBy MarketWatch It's called creative destruction, the very engine of capitalism, and nowhere does it operate with more ruthless efficiency than in technology.
To date, the Kelantan Gold Trade (by the Kelantan government, one of 14 states in Malaysia) have sold hundred millions USD worth of gold dinars and silver dirhams. Furthermore, we can proudly say that we have over 2000 ...
Profit-taking leaves Asian rally on pauseFinancial TimesBy Song Jung-a in Seoul Asian shares took a breather as investors pocketed profits from the recent rally, but Tokyo's rebound continued even though the advance was limited by a slightly...
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