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Banks Report Earnings, and Google Faces Antitrust Fines

Banks Report Earnings, and Google Faces Antitrust Fines

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the week aheadThe Fed chairman will testify before panels in the House and Senate, and the Commerce Department will holding hearings on auto tariffs.Bank of America will report its second-quarter earnings on Monday. The banks that have already done so reported strong growth.CreditTina Fineberg for The New York TimesECONOMYFed chairman to testify before 2 Congressional committees. The Federal Reserve chairman, Jerome H. Powell, will face questions about interest rates, inflation projections, the health of the financial sector and President Trump's trade war when he testifies before a Senate committee on Tuesday and a House committee on Wednesday. — Jim TankersleyTRADEE.U.’s treaty with Japan will counterbalance U.S. protectionism.Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, which
World Cup live streaming for France vs Croatia final will s…

World Cup live streaming for France vs Croatia final will s…

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Football fans have been watching the 2018 Fifa World Cup online in record numbers, with Sunday's final between France and Croatia set to be the most live streamed game of the tournament. Figures released by broadcasters, including the BBC and RTE, suggest this year's World Cup will be viewed online by more people than ever before, while illegal live feeds of games are also appearing on an unprecedented scale.
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Social media sites and search engines including Google and …

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Social media sites and search engines including Google and Facebook are 'blurring' the news, Ofcom saysOfcom says people cannot tell difference between news and other contentWatchdog said social media sites are 'blurring the boundaries' on stories22 people were tracked for a week to interpret how they read the news By Daily Mail Reporter Published: 20:44 EDT, 13 July 2018 | Updated: 20:46 EDT, 13 July 2018 Most people reading news on unregulated platforms such as Google and Facebook cannot tell the difference between it and other content, Ofcom has warned.The regulator said the reason was because social media, often accessed on smartphones, ‘blurs the boundaries’.This has a ‘detrimental’ impact on how users question the world around them and ‘important impl
Google Search Console Search Analytics API now gives you 25…

Google Search Console Search Analytics API now gives you 25…

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On Friday, Google announced that the Search Console Search Analytics API now lets developers request 25,000 rows of data per request. This figure is up from 5,000 rows of data per request previously. Google also added 16 months of data to the Search Analytics API, so giving developers a way to get more data out of the API is a good thing. Google said, “Are you using the Search Console Search Analytics API? We recently increased the max results/request to 25k and put together a guide for getting all your site’s data.” Are you using the Search Console Search Analytics API ⚙️? We recently increased the max results/request to 25k and put together a guide for getting all your site's data. Check it out & play with some code!https://t.co/cEZewKW32i — Google
Google shows ‘People also search for’ suggestions in ad res…

Google shows ‘People also search for’ suggestions in ad res…

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This week, some marketers noted that Google’s organic “People also search for” box of suggested queries is showing up within the paid search results after a user clicks on an ad and then goes back to the search results page. We hadn’t noticed this feature displaying within the paid search results before either, but it turns out the inclusion of these suggestions in the ads section isn’t all that new. We’ve learned Google began showing the “People also search for” suggestions in paid search results on mobile in September 2017 and more recently extended them to desktop paid search results in May. “People also searched for” results also show under an ad after a user clicks back from the landing page. The organic “People also search for” query refinement feature
Cambridge Analytica’s latest wants your Google search histo…

Cambridge Analytica’s latest wants your Google search histo…

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Cambridge Analytica's latest wants your Google search history CAMBRIDGE ANALYTICA has spawned a new spin-off called 'Auspex International' that wants to slurp-up users' Google search histories. Cambridge Analytica is effectively still operating under a new name (Emerdata), but several spin-out companies have emerged using the same techniques - and even employees. The newest of these is known as Auspex International, which the Financial Times reports was launched on the 11 July: one day after the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) began criminal proceedings against Cambridge Analytica's parent company, SCL Elections. Auspex, based in London, is being led by Mark Turnbull, who was formerly in charge of Cambridge Analytica's political team outside the US and UK. Before joinin
Google Adds “People Also Search For” Box to Paid Search Res…

Google Adds “People Also Search For” Box to Paid Search Res…

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6 Big Changes You’ll Need to Make

6 Big Changes You’ll Need to Make

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'); $('#scheader .sc-logo').append(' '); $('#scheader').append(''); $('#scheader .scdetails').append(''+cat_head_params.sponsor+''); $('#scheader .scdetails').append(cat_head_params.sponsor_text); $('#scheader').append('ADVERTISEMENT'); if("undefined"!=typeof __gaTracker) $('#scheader a').click(function() __gaTracker( "send","event", "Sponsored Category Click Var 1", "mobile", ( $(this).attr('href') ) ); ); } }); }); Most of us remember when Siri first came out back in 2011.The technology was a novelty, a cool tool to test out, with sometimes informative and other tim...
Google Warns Using Meta Refresh May Lead to Wrong Content G…

Google Warns Using Meta Refresh May Lead to Wrong Content G…

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'); $('#scheader .sc-logo').append(' '); $('#scheader').append(''); $('#scheader .scdetails').append(''+cat_head_params.sponsor+''); $('#scheader .scdetails').append(cat_head_params.sponsor_text); $('#scheader').append('ADVERTISEMENT'); if("undefined"!=typeof __gaTracker) $('#scheader a').click(function() __gaTracker( "send","event", "Sponsored Category Click Var 1", "search-engine-optimization", ( $(this).attr('href') ) ); ); } }); }); Google’s John Mueller warns site owners using meta refresh that doing so may lead to the wrong content getting indexed.That can happe