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Pat Gelsinger is leaving his role at VMware to become Intel's next CEO beginning in February.
The retailer agreed with activist investor RC Ventures on Monday to add three new members to its board, including Chewy founder Ryan Cohen.
Sriwijaya Air flight #SJ182 lost more than 10,000ft of altitude in less than a minute. Five children and a baby were on board, said reports.
"It is best for everyone, himself included, if he goes away quietly," the Wall Street Journal editorial board wrote.
Lozano is CEO of the College Futures Foundation and previously led the Spanish-language newspaper La Opinión.
The startup TuSimple is deploying tractor-trailers that drive themselves from pickup to delivery
Moderna also stated that the internal vaccination of staff and board members they are deeming "essential workers" would be paid for by Moderna.
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge T-Mobile has been asked to stop advertising its 5G network as more reliable than the competition by the National Advertising Review Board (NARB), which investigated T-Mobile’s claims made primarily in an ad featuring celebrity scientist Bill Nye after complaints from Verizon earlier this year. But the NARB also says T-Mobile shouldn’t have to mention the speed of its network when broadly discussing coverage superiority in future ads. T-Mobile has said it will comply with the recommendation. But it cast the recommendations as a partial win in a statement saying it “appreciates that the panel agreed that T-Mobile can continue to advertise its superior 5G coverage without qualification.” T-Mobile’s compliance is notable because telecom... Continue reading…
Ginni Rometty’s retirement confirmed tho Big Blue’s keeping her on as a part-time $20k/day consultant IBM has announced that recently appointed CEO Arvind Krishna has been elected as chairman of the company’s board.…
TLDR: With Kanban-inspired visual boards, the Imdone Task Management app organizes your workflow just the way you want it. The old saying is true. A picture really is worth a thousand words — and that axiom applies almost universally.  The average person will usually remember about 10 percent of what they hear when they’re asked about it three days later. But when that same information is presented visually, their retention spikes up to 65 percent. That’s the philosophy behind the Kanban board. An integral part of the Agile project management system, Kanban boards are a visual interpretation of a workflow,… This story continues at The Next Web
Rounding out 2020, Namely, the leading HR platform for mid-sized companies, today announced its win of two Comparably Awards for Best Company Culture 2020 and Best CEO 2020.Comparably is a leading workplace culture and compensation monitoring site that provides the most comprehensive and accurate representation of what it’s like to work at companies.The program honors companies with Annual Best Places to Work Awards, as rated by their employees, through anonymous responses collected between December 1, 2019 – December 1, 2020.The survey for Best Company Culture covered 50 questions accounting for core culture metrics, such as work-life balance, perks and benefits, professional development, overall feelings of happiness, pride, and company outlook, and more.Namely took the number 20 spot on the list of the top 50 small companies.Larry Dunivan, CEO of Namely, shared, “While this year wasn’t without its challenges, Namely sought to uphold a positive company culture despite the circumstances.In the process, we launched several new equality- and social justice-focused initiatives, including formally recognizing Juneteenth on our annual holiday calendar, revitalizing our #SpeakHer Mind event series, and joining Time to Vote.We looked for ways to reinforce our connection to one another despite physical distance.”Dunivan, who joined the company in July 2019, also received high praise, named number seven of the year’s 25 Best CEOs at small and midsize companies.Similar to the company culture category, winners were selected and ranked based on feedback from employees captured over the past year.Elisa Steele, chair of Namely’s Board of Directors, commented, “Larry brings incredible insight, energy, and enthusiasm to his role as CEO.
Arcoro, a proven provider of human resources management (HR) solutions for high-risk industries, today announced that the company’s Board of Directors has appointed John Herr as Chief Executive Officer.Herr, a 25-year internet technology industry veteran, most recently served as CEO of Avetta, a global cloud-based supply chain risk management and commercial marketplace platform.O’Hara will serve in an advisory role to Herr through the end of 2020.“I am incredibly proud of everything our team has accomplished to deliver a modular suite of solutions that serves the entire spectrum of HR needs for our high compliance, high consequence customers.With John Herr’s stellar track record in scaling market-leading software businesses, Arcoro is well-positioned for a successful next phase of growth,” said O’Hara.His efforts have set the company on an exciting trajectory, and we wish him well in his retirement,” said John Clancy, Managing Director, Head of Portfolio Operations at PSG.We are confident he is the right person to build on the company’s momentum and take advantage of the market opportunities ahead.
Posted by clschwartzIt goes without saying that 2020 has been a wild ride. If you're like me, you've missed some exciting news or even taken some time away from all things digital when it felt like the world was just too much. At Moz, we created a lot of helpful content in 2020, publishing community resources, reports, and guides across topics like local SEO analytics, competitor analysis, keyword research, campaign management, and more. With all that coming your way, there’s bound to be some oversight. Here's a recap of what you might have missed in the chaos that has been 2020. The State of Local SEO Industry Report 2020 The State of Local SEO Industry Report 2020 provides a snapshot of local SEO — both before and during COVID-19 — helping you understand the trends, ideas, and biggest challenges shaping your work in the new decade. We found that 43% of respondents thought there weren't enough quality resources to train teams and clients. That insight led to some of the resources we created this year, and those we’ll be launching in early 2021. How to Rank on Google The freshly updated How to Rank on Google 25-step master checklist walks you through how to rank a page, from page ideation all the way to traffic pouring into your Google Analytics account. This framework for beginner to intermediate SEOs provides everything you need to get started. The Keyword Research Master Guide The Keyword Research Master Guide helps you understand exactly what content to create to best help achieve business goals and target relevant traffic. This guide provides concrete keyword research workflows that act as a practical place to start, and introduces intermediate and advanced SEO techniques that will help you step up your keyword game. The Web Developer's SEO Cheat Sheet An enhanced web dev cheat sheet, this updated resource has been downloaded tens of thousands of times by SEOs and developers alike, to better align on the goals between both types of practitioners. It’s the go-to tool to explain technical and on-page best practices, and is easy to digest by all. Other content you may have missed Our favorite Marketing Scientist, Dr. Pete, published deep, technical research on Youtube and Google to understand how video is served in the SERP (shocker — we learned that there’s little room for competition when it comes to video and Google), as well as Google Core Update analyses to understand the impact and implications of Google’s algorithm changes. In addition, we transitioned MozCon to a virtual platform, doubling the number of attendees of previous years and providing the most cutting edge insights and strategies from leading marketers across the country. As most marketing work moved home due to lockdowns around the globe, so too did our Whiteboard Friday episodes. These included videos from SEO expert Britney Muller’s house as she took us through a series of link building tips and tricks, as well as guest presenters like Joy Hawkins, who showed us which GMB fields actually affect ranking from her makeshift film set in her living room. Moz’s commitment to the digital marketing community has helped the company thrive in a challenging year, but community-building means more than just business success. Moz has taken stances on diversity, equity, and inclusion by making a statement and taking action to support the Black Lives Matter movement, publishing diversity and gender in SEO reports with Nicole DeLeon of North Star Inbound, and making historic changes to the board of directors with the addition of Asia Orangio and Tara Reed. As we turn the corner into 2021, we expect the challenges to continue, but remain hopeful that things will improve. No matter what surprises the new year has in store, we’ll be here to support you with resources and tools to help you improve your SEO proficiency and reach your goals. You’ll see a new course from Moz Academy, a guide on local SEO, and much more. If you have any suggestions on what resources would be helpful to you, please let us know in the comments below.Sign up for The Moz Top 10, a semimonthly mailer updating you on the top ten hottest pieces of SEO news, tips, and rad links uncovered by the Moz team. Think of it as your exclusive digest of stuff you don't have time to hunt down but want to read!
Namely, the leading HR platform for mid-sized companies, today shared details about two upcoming events.The first, part of the company’s SpeakHer Mind™ series, will take place on Wednesday, December 9, 2020, will include Elisa Steele, chair of Namely’s Board of Directors, in conversation with humanitarian and musical artist Lourds Lane.The second, scheduled for Wednesday, December 16, 2020, will feature Namely CEO Larry Dunivan alongside bestselling author and Wharton Professor Adam Grant.During “A Speak Her Mind Holiday Bonus: The Power of Your Voice and Giving Back with Lourds Lane,” Steele will interview Lane about her work as an international musician and songwriter as well as the founder of the educational arts-based non-profit SuperYou FUNdation.Steele and Lane will discuss the power of resilience and how to find – and use – one’s voice to impact change in these uncertain and chaotic times.In “Learning from 2020, Leading for the Future,” Dunivan will sit down with Grant to consider what HR leaders can take away from 2020 and how these lessons can help inform success in 2021.Dunivan and Grant will talk through what it takes to encourage and motivate employees, teams, and coworkers during and after a crisis, tips for remote communication, and how to lead through change.Fifty randomly selected attendees will also receive a pre-ordered copy of Grant’s newest book, Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know.Dunivan commented, “Giving is one of our core values at Namely, and knowing that 2020 proved disruptive and challenging for so many, we’re taking time this month to give back and look forward.
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WorkForce Software – a leading global provider of cloud-based workforce management solutions – announces today that Laura Butler, Senior Vice President of People and Culture at Workfront, has been appointed to the company’s Board of Directors.As part of the Board, Butler will help WorkForce Software accelerate its growth in the workforce management global enterprise market.In addition to her role on WorkForce Software’s board, Butler leads and oversees Workfront’s HR and corporate culture initiatives.“We couldn’t be happier to add someone of Laura’s caliber and proven track record to our Board,” said Mike Morini, CEO of WorkForce Software.“Her day-to-day CHRO experience will be invaluable to us as we continue to grow and invest in workforce management solutions that support our customers’ HR digital transformation efforts.Before joining Workfront in 2017, she served in executive roles with Ceridian, TeleTech, Oracle and PG, where she worked to create an inclusive culture that was named one of the best places to work by the Human Rights Campaign.She has received multiple industry awards for her work in diversity, equity and inclusion, including a top spot in the Diversity Inc. Top 5 Utilities list and being named to the San Francisco Business Times’ Most Influential Women list.
The Federation of American Hospitals (FAH) has named Prem Reddy, MD, Board of Directors Chair-Elect for 2021.Dr Reddy is Chairman, President and CEO of Prime Healthcare, a health system with 45 hospitals in 14 states that is consistently ranked among the top hospital systems in the nation based on clinical quality.