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Zuck transformation proves power of communication

Zuck transformation proves power of communication

The awkward and sweaty young man in a hoodie has evolved into a confident and effective communicator who is a good front person for Facebook.

So how's Mark doing? Grade Zuck's performance in front of Congress

So how's Mark doing? Grade Zuck's performance in front of Congress

How is the Facebook chief executive standing up to questioning by Congress? Take our poll.

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Poll: Should Bezos take the bait and respond to Trump?

Poll: Should Bezos take the bait and respond to Trump?

Feeding the trolls? Or defending his company?

Hall of Femme 2018 cover contest: And the winner is....

Hall of Femme 2018 cover contest: And the winner is....

WE Communications! The firm created an imaginative and compelling cover that celebrates inspiring women everywhere

8 brands that are definitely not up to anything suspicious on April 1

8 brands that are definitely not up to anything suspicious on April 1

Trust no one.

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Did Heineken make its 'sometimes, lighter is better' ad offensive to drive views?

Did Heineken make its 'sometimes, lighter is better' ad offensive to drive views?

Do you agree with Chance the Rapper?

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Don't underestimate the Roseanne effect

Don't underestimate the Roseanne effect

This week's hit revival of the 80s and 90s family sitcom opens a lens on Middle America often ignored by the coastal elites and provides an insight into what drives millions of ordinary U.S. consumers.

Timeline of a crisis: Intel's security meltdowns

Timeline of a crisis: Intel's security meltdowns

How an industry-wide cyber flaw became an Intel scandal

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Around the office with Weber Shandwick's Gail Heimann

Around the office with Weber Shandwick's Gail Heimann

Heimann walks through a day in her life as president at one of the largest PR agencies in the world.

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Chance the Rapper calls Heineken ad 'terribly racist'

Chance the Rapper calls Heineken ad 'terribly racist'

The rapper said brands are "purposely putting out noticeably racist ads so they can get more views."

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