Digital marketing and analytics software maker Adobe (ADBE) has nabbed a big win for its real-time customer data platform. Adobe announced Tuesday that ServiceNow (NOW) has signed up to use its Adobe Experience Platform, which is part of the Adobe Experience Cloud. ADBE stock rose on Tuesday.
ServiceNow will use a new business-to-business edition of the Adobe Real-time Customer Data Platform. Adobe announced the product at its annual Adobe Summit, which began Tuesday. The three-day conference is being held online for the second straight year because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
President BidenJoe BidenThe Hill’s Morning Report – GOP pounces on Biden’s infrastructure plan Biden administration unveils network of community leaders to urge COVID-19 vaccinations Pompeo ‘regrets’ not making more progress with North Korea MORE on Tuesday signed legislation extending a loan program designed to help small businesses adversely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
The bill, passed in overwhelming bipartisan votes in the House and Senate earlier this month, extends the deadline for businesses to apply for assistance through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) by two months, from March 31 to May 31.
Washington — President Biden on Tuesday signed an extension for the popular Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), which was created last year to help small businesses weather the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. The deadline to apply for a PPP loan has been extended from March 31 to May 31, and the law extends authorization of loans to June 30 to give the Small Business Administration additional time to process applications.
“It is a bipartisan accomplishment,” Mr. Biden said in remarks at the bill signing at the White House on Tuesday. “Without somebody signing this bill today, there are hundreds
Many solopreneurs and freelancers have a do-it-yourself attitude to life. If there’s a problem, you’re the one to fix it. After all, who can you trust better than yourself to get the job done right?
While this may be fine for some types of freelancing work or while you are operating your business on a small scale, most entrepreneurs will eventually reach the point where they need to start outsourcing.
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After all, unless you are living as a hermit in some remote wilderness, you’ll see that the world is constantly changing. Businesses don’t exist in a vacuum. They are directly impacted by the many changes going on around them.
Quite often, this means that you’ll need to change your business model — even some of the foundational aspects of your business. As scary
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Facebook Inc ended a one-week blackout of Australian news on its popular social media site on Friday and announced preliminary commercial agreements with three small local publishers.
The moves reflected easing tensions between the U.S. company and the Australian government, a day after the country’s parliament passed a law forcing it and Alphabet Inc’s Google to pay local media companies for using content on their platforms.
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The new law makes Australia the first nation where a government arbitrator
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