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EXCLUSIVE: Yahoo Genome Mastermind Freedman on Joining Nativo

Written on
October 14th 2013
Author
Richard L. Tso

ADOTAS — Jay Freedman, former VP of Yahoo, will be joining the ranks of native ad company Nativo as the company’s first Chief Revenue Officer. This decision by Nativo highlights added emphasis towards top-line growth and building a scalable company. And it’s a smart move since native advertising is white ... more...

Performance Marketing: Mobile to Drive Record Revenues in 2013

Written on
February 13th 2013
Author
Chris Johnson

Performance marketing is setting the stage for a banner year in 2013. Expanding digital ad budgets and options, new screens and platforms, big data, and industry and technological convergence will all move the performance marketing industry forward at an unprecedented pace. New opportunities will open up and take shape, while ... more...

Nortel files for bankruptcy

Written on
January 14th 2009
Author
Edward Barrera

ADOTAS — In what may be the beginning salvo for companies in trouble, Nortel Networks Corp, once the largest Canadian company, filed for bankruptcy today. The telecom-hardware manufacturer’s failure to sell one of its division and a looming debt payment of $107 pushed it over the edge. Nortel’s shares were worth ... more...

Online Advertising To Face Growing Obstacles

Written on
January 25th 2008
Author
Alternative Media

Deloitte’s Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) industry predicts that, in 2008, at least one technology innovation developed in an emerging market will become a disruptive force in Western economies. “Western companies understand the importance of innovating in emerging markets,” said John Hegel, co-chairman of the Deloitte Center for Edge Innovation. “They ... more...

WiMax Mixes With Google

Written on
July 27th 2007
Author
Sarah Novotny

Google and Sprint have just announced a partnership they are embarking on to develop a mobile internet portal by utilizing WiMax, telecom’s wireless technology. WiMax is known to move at speeds that are five times faster than many other wireless networks, however it is still slower than broadband. By the end of ... more...

Network Neutrality Takes On ‘Net Neutrality

Written on
April 3rd 2006
Author
Stephanie Kaplan

Three weeks ago, I wrote an article questioning the merits of Senator Ron Wyden’s Internet Non-Discrimination Act and Net neutrality. On Monday, March 27, Texas Republican Representative Joe Barton introduced a network neutrality bill that addresses neutrality issues specifically for broadband providers, which can be read at this PDF link. The ... more...

AOL Enters the High-Speed Race

Written on
February 1st 2006
Author
Jaime Gottlieb

Following AOL’s announcement late last week regarding its latest push to provide its “AOL High Speed” broadband network coast-to-coast, the company has also launched an aggressive marketing strategy to catch up with the fast-paced internet world they’ve since been lagging behind in. The partnership with leading providers including BellSouth, Time ... more...

AOL Buddies Up to Telecom Giants

Written on
January 27th 2006
Author
Sarah Novotny

According to a Reuters report, AOL today said that it has landed two new partnerships with broadband providers so it could offer low-cost, high-speed service. The online monolith, which recently opened its new free portal, has now signed deals with telecom giants BellSouth and AT&T to offer a bundled service that ... more...