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Twitter Releases Mobile App Install Suite to Compete with Social Media Rivals... April 21, 2014 | Katie Reilly
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The Marketing Behind Heartbleed April 16, 2014 | Katie Reilly
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Amazon’s Fire TV Could Shake Up Set-Top Box Market... April 9, 2014 | Eric Huebner
Apple Opens iAd Platform to the Public April 8, 2014 | Ally Reis
How Game of Thrones Conquered the Marketing Kingdoms... April 3, 2014 | Elizabeth Frey
With severe winter weather making it difficult for customers to get to the showrooms in the beginning of 2014, U.S. sales numbers bounced back in March, as overall industry sales grew 6 percent year-over-year compared to last March.
Far from its humble beginnings as a way for Harvard students to keep in touch, Facebook has risen to dominate every facet of modern media. Not only does the social network boast over 1.23 billion active users, but it also controls other media juggernauts like Instagram, WhatsApp and, most recently, Oculus.
Last year at the New York Auto Show, the new Range Rover Sport was revealed with an impressive introductory video starring none other than James Bond actor Daniel Craig. The video, titled “The Delivery,” featured Craig deftly maneuvering the Sport through the traffic-ridden, and at one point flooded, streets of Manhattan.