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What the Presidential Campaign Can Teach Us About Sales and Marketing
You can use these same tactics to earn more customers.
A Deal Between TikTok and U.S.-Based Oracle Will Need Beijing's Approval, the App's Owner ByteDance Said
ByteDance wants to keep its share of the video app as part of the deal, but President Donald Trump told a press briefing Wednesday he was "not prepared to sign off" on it.
Why Is Kim Kardashian West Boycotting Instagram Today?
She and a group of celebrities including Katy Perry, Michael B. Jordan and Leonardo DiCaprio are calling for action from Instagram's parent company, Facebook.
Buying Into a Political Brand: 5 Things That Matter to Voters
Voters sift through promises and policies the same way consumers choose which products and services to buy.
'Daily Show' Creator Lizz Winstead's Entrepreneurial Fight for Reproductive Rights
The comedian, author and activist talks about her upcoming virtual charity concert and the "bake-sale" approach to raising funds for social justice.
Facebook Wants to Pay You to Deactivate Your Account
It's part of an academic study to see how much influence the platform has on the 2020 election.
Entrepreneurs Against Dictatorship: Lukashenko's Regime Hurts Belarusian-American Founders
U.S. tech companies founded by Belarusians have long been a source of pride for Europe's last dictator, Alexander Lukashenko. Now, as entrepreneurs are challenging his 26-year-old rule, they are feeling the same pressure as everyone else. Silicon Valley startups have also taken a hit.
Trump's War on TikTok Might Force Companies to Choose Between Doing Business With the U.S. or China
Chinese-owned TikTok is under pressure from President Donald Trump to sell its U.S. operations or face a ban - but China responded last week by implementing new export rules that could give it power to veto the sale.
Report: Walmart Wants to Jointly Acquire TikTok With Microsoft
'We are confident that a Walmart and Microsoft partnership would meet both the expectations of U.S. TikTok users while satisfying the concerns of U.S. government regulators,' the retail giant tells CNBC.