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High Court Will Hear Social Media Terrorism Lawsuits

In the cases the court agreed to hear, relatives of people killed in terrorist attacks in France and Turkey had sued Google, Twitter, and Facebook. read more >
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Survey Finds Young People Follow News, but Without Much Joy

An estimated 71% of this age group gets news daily from social media. The social media diet is becoming more varied; Facebook doesn't dominate the way it used to. read more >

MHP/Team SI Announces Social Media Hub, Hires Influencer Chris Bell-Davis

The Content Studio is inviting brands to “think like online creators by innovating social media strategies with engaging content and trending videos.” read more >
Mimi San Pedro, chief strategy officer for the Venture Center of Little Rock, says she hopes Woman Achieve will not only grow in Arkansas, but eventually be a nationwide program.
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Business Guidance, Woman To WomanLock Icon

Mimi San Pedro, the chief strategy officer for the Venture Center in Little Rock, says the creation of the Woman Achieve mentorship program was a long time coming. read more >
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Snark Free Day Aims to Stop Snide Online Banter (Natalie Ghidotti Commentary)

Social media snark creates a serious challenge for businesses when working to communicate via social media portals. It’s often challenging and confusing determining how to respond to these remarks, and businesses can find themselves scratching their heads at how they became the center of a snarky debate. read more >
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Trucking Gets Serious About Social Media

Hiring and retaining qualified drivers lead trucking companies like P.A.M. and Maverick to online destinations like Facebook, Twitter and even Pinterest. read more >