What is the purpose of PPRO? How does the company help merchants expand their reach? Why did PPRO expand to the U.S., specifically to Atlanta, and why now? What is new and/or upcoming in the payments industry?
What are organizations doing to protect themselves from security threats? Why is multifactor authentication processes such a focus for CIOs? What should managers look for when bringing on security team members?
As the Workforce Breakout Summit Session Chair, what will the session cover and what is the goal? What can attendees take away from this Workforce Summit Session, and what is most exciting about The Summit?
It's spring, which means it's time to clean! You've put your winter clothes in storage, swept, mopped and cleared out the gutters. But what about that laptop that's littered with 10,000 photos, unsorted documents and a barely visible desktop? Since digital storage space is so cheap, it's easy to keep amassing files. But that can take a toll on our work and our well-being. Marketplace’s Jed Kim talked with Deb Lee, a digital productivity coach. She helps people weed out the virtual messes they've gotten themselves into. The following is an edited transcript of their conversation.
Jed Kim: What usually inspires...
On Monday, Apple is holding a special event tagged with the line "It's showtime!" That's led to wide speculation the company will finally reveal its streaming service. Recode reports, seemingly based largely on its own intel, that the announcement will mainly involve packaging and selling other companies' content. So maybe not the Apple-takes-on-Netflix battle some were hoping for. Is Monday's announcement going to be less Showtime, more Crackle? Marketplace’s Jed Kim talked with Brian Wieser, who leads business intelligence for advertising firm GroupM. He says if you were paying attention to Apple's reported budget for original content, around $1 billion,...
As part of a series on extremism on the internet, Marketplace's Molly Wood explores how people get radicalized online. Read about what the responsibility is of social media companies to curb this type of activity (if any) and how internet "echo chambers" can lead to faster radicalization.
Marketplace Tech is taking a look this week at how people get radicalized online. They may start out as trolls making tasteless jokes, get sucked deeper into increasingly radical communities and maybe take the step to commit violence in the real world, like the Christchurch shooter in New Zealand. What can the biggest social media...
As part of a series on extremism on the internet, Marketplace's Molly Wood explores how people get radicalized online. Read about what the responsibility is of social media companies to curb this type of activity (if any) and why it really is not that hard to block the content.
This week Marketplace Tech is looking at how an online troll becomes a terrorist, how people are recruited and radicalized online through social media and how companies can deal with it. Host Molly Wood talked with Fathali Moghaddam, a professor of psychology at Georgetown University. In 2005, he published a paper called "The...
As part of a series on extremism on the internet, Marketplace's Molly Wood explores how people get radicalized online. Read about how internet "echo chambers" can lead to faster radicalization and why it really is not that hard to block the content.
The man accused of killing at least 50 Muslim worshippers in Christchurch, New Zealand, last week seems to be, in many ways, the ultimate example of online radicalization. Researchers and social media experts have warned for years that there is a playbook for turning trolls into terrorists. Host Molly Wood talked with Becca Lewis, a research affiliate at the nonprofit...
With typical Tesla fanfare and in front of his typical rabid fan base, Elon Musk unveiled Tesla's newest vehicle, the Model Y. The Y is essentially a crossover or SUV version of the Model 3, and it could be a very smart move. Americans don't buy mostly sedans anymore. But they did buy a lot of Tesla Model 3s. It was the top-selling luxury vehicle last year. Host Jed Kim talked with Jack Stewart, Marketplace's transportation reporter, who was at the unveiling. Stewart says the Y isn't a space-age leap forward. Instead, it's really similar to the Model 3. The...
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