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Just some of the iDevice types that Corellium didn't break one law—but may still have broken another—by emulating.

Corellium notches partial victory in Apple iOS copyright case

Enlarge / Just some of the iDevice types that Corellium didn’t break one law—but may still have broken another—by emulating. Security firm Corellium, which develops software that researchers can use to analyze Apple products, has been handed a partial victory in Apple’s lawsuit against it, as a judge ruled that its creation of virtual iOS …

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Barr’s Interest in Google Antitrust Case Keeps It Moving Swiftly

Barr’s Interest in Google Antitrust Case Keeps It Moving Swiftly

WASHINGTON — For months, lawyers at the Justice Department have been marshaling their forces for a possible antitrust lawsuit against Google, spurred on by the personal interest of Attorney General William P. Barr. The day-to-day digging of a federal antitrust investigation rarely rises to the level of the attorney general or the deputy attorney general. …

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The Case for Optimism, According to Behavioral Science

The Case for Optimism, According to Behavioral Science

Monday 27 April 2020, 9:00 am There is the prevailing wisdom that pessimists tend to be right, but optimists are successful. Optimism to me is what gives entrepreneurs the confidence and oftentimes stubbornness to innovate, adapt, get things done, and never give up. Certainly, I’ve always found it essential to take an instinctively optimistic, if …

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How the pandemic makes the case for a “public Venmo”

How the pandemic makes the case for a “public Venmo”

Ron Kim was already convinced that money should be redesigned. Now that the coronavirus epidemic has hit, he’s doubling down.  Before covid-19 started spreading in the United States, Kim, a New York assemblyman who represents a district in Queens, had been pushing for the state to create a publicly run digital payment system. He and …

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The importance of SEO case studies, explained by digital marketing expert Roy Hinkis

On April 8, 2020, Google launched a series of blog posts where they present the importance of search engine optimization and showcase several case studies to show that SEO can be an excellent investment for businesses. It’s not often that Google recommends SEO, and the fact that they committed to posting this series on the …

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We Need to Talk About Google's “People Also Ask”: A Finance Case Study

We Need to Talk About Google’s “People Also Ask”: A Finance Case Study

For a while now, I’ve been disappointed with the People Also Ask (PAAs) feature in Google’s search results. My disappointment is not due to the vast amount of space they take up on the SERPs (that’s another post entirely), but more that the quality is never where I expect it to be. Google has been …

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How to Use Customer Case Studies as Effective Marketing

Customers don’t want to be the first. They want other people to provide the proof that your product or service is effective. As a result, customer case studies become an effective marketing tool for small businesses. Customer Case Studies Marketing On the Small Business Radio Show this week we speak with Brian McCarthy. Brian works …

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