Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Technology Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Technology | Alphabet Earnings: Profits Triple and Slump Worries Ease Advertisement Supported by ByDaisuke Wakabayashi Jul 25, 2019 The slump at Google’s parent company, Alphabet, appears to have been brief. The company said on Thursday that profits in the most recent quarter had tripled from a year earlier. The strong results, which topped Wall Street expectations, should ease worries — provoked by a disappointing first quarter — that the company was slowing down after years of fast growth. Alphabet’s stock price surged 9 percent in after-hours trading after the results were announced. Is Alphabet’s advertising business starting to slow down? The company has always been able to rely on one thing: Its advertising machine would generate cash at a furious pace. Alphabet said … [Read more...] about Alphabet Earnings: Profits Triple and Slump Worries Ease
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Focus on these key areas to grow your business and life in 2019. Amy Vetter Published 7:30 am CST, Tuesday, January 15, 2019 Photo: Towfiqu Photography | Getty Images Photo: Towfiqu Photography | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Towfiqu Photography | Getty Images New Year's Resolutions Faltered Already? Try These 7 Commitments Instead. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Every January, my yoga studio classes are filled with enthusiastic new customers eager to fulfill a New Year’s resolution to improve their health. Yet, like most health and fitness businesses, the numbers typically dwindle after a couple months. The problem? The people’s resolution … [Read more...] about New Year’s Resolutions Faltered Already? Try These 7 Commitments Instead.
Let's be honest, passwords are a pain. We all know that good ones protect us from hackers, but it's a real challenge to create and remember strong passwords for all our online accounts. To deal with "password fatigue," we create a few simple passwords, use them on multiple accounts and hope nothing bad happens. "We all want what's simple and easy, but that's not good with passwords," said Morgan Slain, CEO of SplashData, an online security company specializing in password protection. "Using a simple password over and over again is dangerous because it creates a cascading risk for all of your online accounts." SplashData evaluates millions of leaked passwords each year to create its annual list of worst passwords. The latest report reveals the same predictable, easy-to-guess passwords that are simple to crack top the 2018 List of Worst 100 Passwords: 123456 Password 123456789 12345678 12345 Other lousy passwords include: 1111, admin, 123123, iloveyou, welcome and 123abc. SpashData … [Read more...] about These are the worst passwords of 2018. Is yours on the list?
Mariana Alfaro, provided by Published 2:15 pm CST, Friday, January 11, 2019 Brian Kolfage/GoFundMe The GoFundMe campaign that was raising money to build a wall along the US-Mexico border did not meet its $1 billion goal, meaning the platform will begin refunding donors. On Friday, Brian Kolfage, who created the fundraiser, updated its GoFundMe page to urge donors to redirect their money to a new "501(c)(4) non-profit Florida Corporation named 'We Build the Wall, Inc.'" The campaign, created in December, had raised $20 million. The GoFundMe campaign that aimed to raise $1 billion for the border wall is shutting down, and the $20 million raised will be refunded to donors. A GoFundMe spokesman, Bobby Whithorne, told INSIDER that the campaign's founder, Brian Kolfage, initially promised donors that all donations would be used to pay for a wall along the US-Mexico border, like the one President Donald Trump has proposed, if it met its $1 billion goal. "However, that did not … [Read more...] about GoFundMe is refunding all donations made to the ‘Fund the Wall’ campaign
The meeting will review the progress made in achieving the targets 0SHARES Share Tweet Email Recommended Stories Clock ticking on FATF action plan implementation10 out of the 27 listed actions must be fulfilled by JanuaryFATF actions plan: Report identifies primary sources of terror fundingEnemies funding sub-national terrorist groups in country, NEC meeting toldNoose tightened around non-profit organisationsNew rules prepared for NPOs … [Read more...] about FATF set to review Pakistan case at Sydney