Bankers and bloggers: Whom do we trust?

Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s pimping trial has started in Lille, France.
HSBC files show how Swiss bank helped clients dodge taxes and hide millions. This happened during Lord Green’s watch as HSBC boss.
The above raises questions about bankers’ ethics. Moreover, if you cannot trust your banker who manages your money, who can you?
What about your social media officer and corporate blogger?
Trust is hard to get and quickly lost. So why are so many social media gurus and bloggers careless with their reputation?

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Facebook mood study: Playing with your mind

689,003 Facebook users wer part in a large experimental manipulation of their News Feeds in order to show that emotional contagion occurs on social networks. Effect was very small (0.07% i.e. about 1/15 of one percent!)

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Elsevier and Amazon: Twins or mirror opposites?

JK Rowlings knows that beside talent being the driving force in superstar economics, brand recognition helps to sell your book. However, what can really hammer sales is if your publisher fails you as an author and customer.

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