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The Media Business; Travel & Leisure Replaces Top Editor In Newest Change

For extra info, please see our Accessibility Statement. We use cookies on our web site to provide the most related experience by remembering your preferences and repeat visits. By clicking “Accept”, you consent to the usage of ALL the cookies. Many hosts say they haven’t obtained payouts from the corporate’s coronavirus aid fund. A few who’ve are calling the funds chump change. People need to escape, and rental corporations are listeningThey’re turning the standard 3-night keep into 3-month stays — or 3-hour stays. Every firm underneath the sun is releasing new safety requirements.

Is Budget Travel magazine still published?

Budget Travel entered bankruptcy in February of 2013, and has spent the year focused on its digital products — both a tablet version of the magazine and its website — while it followed through on the bankruptcy procedures. The magazine’s last print edition was in November 2012.

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How iOS 14 will change your iPhone forever: Tech Support

Welcome to Tech Support, a segment where I, Dan Howley, serve as your intrepid guide through the sometimes confusing, often frustrating, world of personal technology.

Here, I answer all of your most pressing questions about the various gizmos, gadgets, and services you use in your everyday life.

Have a question of your own? Reach me on Twitter at @danielhowley or email me at [email protected]

Now, on to your questions. This week’s dilemma:

“How much will iOS 14 change my iPhone?”

Apple unveiled iOS 14 on Monday, and it’s set to bring some of the biggest changes to your iPhone in years. Now I know, change is scary. It’s the reason I’ve been using the same toothbrush for three years. Well, part of the reason. I’m also just very lazy.

But the updates to iOS 14 will dramatically improve your iPhone’s functionality. Curious as to what those improvements are? I’ve got

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Brands need to bring change that lasts ‘longer than a trending topic,’ expert says: Tech

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

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Brands need to bring change that lasts ‘longer than a trending topic’: expert: According to Social Chain CEO Steve Bartlett, there are ways companies can show their support in the fight against racial inequality without coming off as phony and predatory, including providing concrete examples of how brands are working to make changes themselves. READ MORE

Activision CMO on Black Lives Matter: ‘There is no social justice without economic support’

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Brands need to bring change that lasts ‘longer than a trending topic’

Social media sites ranging from Facebook (FB) and Instagram to Twitter (TWTR), Snapchat (SNAP), and LinkedIn (MSFT) have seen a flurry of posts from multinational corporations and small businesses alike in their support of protests against police brutality in the wake of the death of George Floyd.

But brands also straddle a fine line between expressing support for protesters and simply trying to capitalize upon increased public support for the movement. 

According to Social Chain CEO Steve Bartlett, there are ways companies can show their support in the fight against racial inequality without coming off as phony and predatory, including providing concrete examples of how brands are working to make changes themselves.

“Don’t view this as a moment of [public relations] opportunity. View it as a moment for real change,” Bartlett told Yahoo Finance’s The First Trade.

The CEO’s firm develops social media strategies for major brands including SuperDry, Veet,

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Big oil might really see a decade of change in one year: Morning Brief

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

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When the industry is in secular decline, recessions accelerate trends.

A common phrase that has become received business wisdom in this pandemic crisis is that 10 years of change will happen in one year.

Some of the early returns on this are mixed.

Shares of Zoom (ZM), for instance, have gone up a lot as people do more video calls. Amazon (AMZN) and Netflix (NFLX) shares have outperformed amid increasing demand for at-home deliveries and at-home entertainment.

But not all changes forced upon us because of shelter-at-home policies and concerns about public health seem likely to stick around.

Working from home, for example, is fine for a bit. And indeed, some tech companies like Twitter (TWTR) will give employees the option to work from home on a permanent

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