Ralph Lauren, Shvo Group feuding over Fifth Ave sublease

first_imgIf the sublease were accepted, it could set a dangerous precedent for low rents on the luxury street.“Landlords are loath to contribute to massively discounted market lease comparables,” Michael Glanzberg, a principal at the retail leasing and consulting firm Sinvin Real Estate, told the publication. “With broad vaccination around the corner, no owner wants to benchmark Covid rents.”Rents on Manhattan’s retail corridors have hit historic lows amid the pandemic. On Fifth Avenue, the average asking rent hit $271 per square foot, a 22 percent year-over-year decline.Shvo’s firm, along with partners including Bilgili Group and Deutsche Finance, purchased the Fifth Avenue building, also known as the Coca-Cola Building, in 2019 for $937 million.[BI] — Sasha JonesContact Sasha Jones Message* Full Name* This content is for subscribers only.Subscribe Nowcenter_img From left: Michael Shvo and Ralph Lauren with 711 Fifth Ave. (Getty, Shvo Organization)Who deserves to be on Fifth Avenue? That question is at the heart of a legal battle between Ralph Lauren and the landlord of its store on the shopping corridor.In 2017, Ralph Lauren shuttered the 28,300-square-foot store at 711 Fifth Avenue, but continued to pay roughly $27 million annually for the unoccupied space. To lessen its losses, the luxury retailer made an agreement with Spanish fast-fashion chain Mango to sublease the storefront for around just $5 million annually.But that agreement may never come to fruition. New York-based real estate investment firm Shvo Group, Bilgili Group, Deutsche Finance and the German pension fund BVK rejected the sublease on the grounds that Mango doesn’t meet the caliber of luxury tenant they envision for the property, according to Business Insider.ADVERTISEMENTRead moreRalph Lauren to sublease Fifth Ave. location for a fraction of the costManhattan retail rents hit new lowsNBA owes Moinian $7.5M in rent for Fifth Ave store Email Address*last_img read more

Last, but not least

first_imgHLPFI’s Peter Edwards and Luke King , joined by supporter Suhail Shaikh (pictured below), managing director ofSahil Group Pvt Ltd , took part in today’s business fun run in Singapore, organised by Flensborg & Associates to coincide with the Breakbulk Asia event.They limped home with the slowest competitors, despite putting in a good effort.”It was fun,” said publisher Peter Edwards, “but I won’t be giving up the day job.”Participants were welcomed by 113-year-old Sister Teresa Hsu , who has devoted a lifetime to caring for others. A Royal Free Hospital-trained nurse, she has worked without pay in countries around the world, providing food and support for the homeless, hungry and orphans.Proceeds from the run went to Teresa’s Heart to Heart charity, www.hearttoheartservice.org , which helps underprivileged people in Singapore.last_img read more

Tay Tung tops Nopsscea girls’ beach volley

first_imgBacolod Tay Tung High School Thunderbolts – Nohlin Jundana, Marixi Maligmat and Joan Doguna – rules the 2017 Nopsscea girls beach volleyball tournament in Bacolod City. PHOTO BY NOHLIN JUNDANA [av_one_full first min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=”][av_heading heading=’Tay Tung tops Nopsscea girls’ beach volley ‘ tag=’h3′ style=’blockquote modern-quote’ size=’30’ subheading_active=’subheading_below’ subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’ color=” custom_font=” av-medium-font-size-title=” av-small-font-size-title=” av-mini-font-size-title=” av-medium-font-size=” av-small-font-size=” av-mini-font-size=” admin_preview_bg=”]BY ADRIAN STEWART CO[/av_heading][av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=” av-medium-font-size=” av-small-font-size=” av-mini-font-size=” admin_preview_bg=”]Tuesday, November 21, 2017[/av_textblock][av_textblock size=’18’ font_color=” color=” av-medium-font-size=” av-small-font-size=” av-mini-font-size=” admin_preview_bg=”]BACOLOD Tay Tung High School Thunderbolts extended its domination at the sands after ruling the 2017 Nopsscea girls beach volleyball tournament in Bacolod City. Thunderbolts – Nohlin Jundana, Marixi Maligmat and Joan Doguna – claimed the tiara after defeating St. John’s Institute 21-15, 21-7 on Sunday.“Hard work paid off for Nohlin, Marixi and Joan,” said Jose Montalbo, Tay Tung’s vice chairman for sports. “The girls trained for months. They deserve this championship.”Tay Tung also ruled elementary boys’ basketball by beating University of St. La Salle Baby Stingers 76-65 at the STI-West Negros University gym.John Ordas led the way with 22 points, Thomas Pillado chipped in 15 markers, while Marvin delos Santos contributed 13 points for the Renato Callora-mentored Baby Thunderbolts.Moreover, Tay Tung claimed the overall title in kakatedo. Paulina Liza Kalan won gold in kata and silver in kumite, while Francis Zohann Lita bagged gold in kumite and silver in kata.Meanwhile SJI captured badminton gold medals in secondary girls (Ellana Tan, Mia Manguilomotan, Sophia Reyne Gustilo, Mariella Jereza, Pretzel Giana Ong, Mica Uy, and Alyanna Arceo) and elementary boys (Christopher Anglo, Brendan Lui Anglo, Allen Yusay, Gabriel Ananoria, Gabe Benedict Tan, Ronald Gustilo, and Ramon Feria) team events.SJI failed to achieve a three-gold feat when its elementary girls’ team suffered a 2-1 defeat to St. Scholastica’s Academy. Its high school boys’ squad, on the other hand, settled for bronze./PN[/av_textblock][/av_one_full]last_img read more

Indians Beat Writer Paul Hoynes Admits He Was Wrong; Twitter Has A Field Day

first_imgIf you’re not familiar with the saga of Paul Hoynes in 2016, it is a tale of despair, hope, and redemption.Hoynes declared the Indians’ hopes of having a successful postseason dead and buried on Sept. 17.He received criticism from fans and even players, like Jason Kipnis and Trevor Bauer.The Indians proved all the doubters wrong, including Hoynsie, with a three-game sweep over the Red Sox.Now they have home field advantage for the rest of the playoffs and host the Toronto Blue Jays in the ALCS.All of this led Hoynes to make the following revelation.When you’re wrong, you’re wrong and I was wrong about demise of Cleveland Indians https://t.co/C4ItZXVj1s— paul hoynes (@hoynsie) October 11, 2016It takes a big person to admit a mistake.It then takes the world of Twitter five seconds to remind the person of that mistake in a hilarious manner.Enter: @HipsterTitoThis guy literally started the “Party At Napoli’s” movement, which now transcends baseball and is a universal sign of solidarity from Cleveland to Boston and beyond for all members of Tribe Nation.It probably only took him three minutes to put this masterpiece together. Watch below:The healing can now begin. pic.twitter.com/5cTB07qD5R— ht. (@HipsterTito) October 11, [email protected]_18 added this to the conversation:It took a big man to admit this, @hoynsie. #RallyTogether pic.twitter.com/UCWFkXm0xv— McNeil (@Reflog_18) October 11, 2016 Matt Medley Matt Medley is co-editor at NEO Sports Insiders, covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Indians and high school sports in Northeast Ohio.Follow @MedleyHoops on Twitter for live updates from games.center_img Related Topicslast_img read more

Inside Floyd Mayweather’s £8m mansion with walk-in shoe wardrobe, two swimming pools and 20-car underground garage

first_img Real or Fake? Shark Attacks Helicopter Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night. Best caption wins🏆 Credit @4×4 FLOYD MAYWEATHER fans have been given a glimpse inside of his £8million mansion – thanks to Devin Haney.The 21-year-old shared a series of videos as he was given a tour around the 43-year-old’s luxury living quarters in Las Vegas.Floyd Mayweather has enough shoes to kit out a family of centipedesFloyd Mayweather can take a dip in the outside pool if the sun is shining in VegasThe first clip posted to Haney’s snapchat profile showed Mayweather’s incredible walk-in wardrobe – for his shoes!Mayweather’s incredible footwear collection was stacked as high as the ceiling behind glass doors.Haney and Co were then taken for a look at his 20-car underground garage.The boxer – who is said to have earned over $1billion during his career – owns a fleet of supercars worth £20m.His collection includes a number of Rolls-Royces worth over £3m and four Bugatti Veyron supercars that set him back £1.7m each.All of his black cars are kept in Las Vegas and his white ones are parked up in Los Angeles.Mayweather then showed his entourage his outdoor and indoor swimming pools.And he saved the best until last as he showed them the room where he keeps his incredible belt collection.The boxer, who retired in 2017 with a perfect record of 50-0, then casually led the group onto his private jet.His final fight came against MMA star Conor McGregor, in which he scooped up one last lucrative pro pay day. Mayweather is said to have earned around $1BILLION in his careerRefer to CaptionFloyd Mayweather’s flash pad also has an indoor swimming poolThe boxing legend seemed proud as she showed off his beltsThe American was believed to pocket around £225m for the crossover fight with the Irishman, defeating him by tenth-round KO.His home in Las Vegas is set over 21,861 square feet and has 11 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms.Mayweather has taken Haney under his wing after he was filmed training him on the pads last month.The 43-year-old has recently posted a series of training clips online hitting the heavy bags in his Las Vegas gym.It comes after he announced last year he was “coming out of retirement in 2020” and later appeared to confirm he would lace up the gloves again, though only for “entertainment”.But Mayweather Promotions CEO Leonard Ellerbe told BoxingScene the return to the gym is only because the retired American “takes great pride” in his appearance.Mayweather last fought professionally in 2017Reuters Ellerbe said: “Floyd keeps his body in shape. He’s very conscious about how he looks.“He’s always been disciplined and he takes great pride in how he carries himself. His body is bladed up right now.“He’s must-see TV. He’s Mr. Box Office. He’s TBE for a reason. People miss that. That’s why there is so much talk about him coming back.”Floyd Mayweather and Co jumped on his private jet after the house tour Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels Omg this is awesome 🙂center_img Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! 10 Best Travel Destinations in Taiwan Source: Boxing – thesun.co.uklast_img read more

Should You Consider Infinite Scrolling for Your Website Design? [Infographic]

first_imgMention infinite scrolling on a website to a roomful of designers and you’re bound to get a lot of feedback on the recent design trend.If you’re not familiar with it, infinite scrolling is a design method where an automatically updated stream of content is presented to the user. You’re seen it in practice if you’re active on social media. Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn use infinite scrolling to display user-generated content on their websites and applications.Updates and statuses continue to display as you scroll the interface of any of the three social media sites. You’ll never reach the “the end” of a page; new content continues to be updated.Infinite scrolling works well for social media, where users can quickly browse a firehose of information without waiting for pages to load. However, infinite scrolling can be overwhelming and distracting to the user who wants control, isn’t sure what content is new vs. content already viewed, or is searching for something specific on a website.In this infographic, the staff at WebDesignerDepot share the benefits and drawbacks of infinite scrolling, highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of a design method you may want to consider for your next web project.Check out the key takeaways of the infographic. Source Infographic: Pros & cons of infinite scrolling | Webdesigner Depot.Key TakeawaysWhat’s Infinite Scrolling?It’s a web technique that continously loads content as a visitor scrolls down the site. This technique eliminates the need for pagination, the process of dividing content into discrete pages. But, for every infinite scroll success story, there is also a failed attempt.Here are some things to consider when deciding on infinite scrolling.Pros of Infinite ScrollingEfficient use of full screen. No more clumsy pagination links or buttons. Sixty percent of people use smartphones to browse on the internet.Made for touch devices. When using it with a smartphone and tablets it produces a natural sensation when browsing.Higher engagement. User like to explore content in this way.It lends itself wonderfully to image heavy sites.Faster browsing. Infinite scrolling provides for a more enjoyable experience.Produce curiosity. It seems to trigger automatic responses based on curiosity and alleviation of the expectation produced while waiting for new information. Convenient for readers. Infinite scrolling is helpful and convenient when reading information that is displayed in a feed usage.Cons of Infinite ScrollingMemory usage. Browsers can potentially run out of memory and crash, expecially when the page loads tons of images.Limited use cases. Is only appropriate on certain types of sites, and for certain types of content.Goodbye, footer. You can’t have both infinite scrolling and a footer, it’s one or the other.Bookmarks are useless. Since a point of interest won’t be marked on a discrete page but floating somewhere in the flow of entries.No skipping, you just can’t jump from page 1 to 100.Browser compatibility. Some media devices may be running browsers with limited scripting capabilities.Disorientation. The loss of pagination can cause users to lose their sense of orientation or location on a page.My Thoughts on Infinite ScrollingI find the technique useful on social media sites, but admit I’m frustrated when I’m on infinite scrolling sites and searching for specific information. I just want to find the information and get out. Having said that, some of the challenges of infinite scrolling—performance, distinguishing new vs. viewed content, and returning to the spot the user last viewed—can be improved through development and interface changes.Your thoughts on infinite scrolling on websites? Like it? Hate it? Let me know in the comments. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading…RelatedWeekly Roundup of Web Design and Development Resources: February 13, 2015In this week’s roundup of web design and development resources you’ll learn about a remote research webinar series, find out why the National Association of the Deaf is suing Harvard University and MIT, learn about the legal aspects of including third-party content on your site, and more. If you’re new…In “Web design & development links”September 13, 2019: My Weekly Roundup of Web Design and Development NewsIn this week’s web design and development news roundup, you’ll learn why it’s best to avoid infinite scroll, find a helpful WooCommerce guide, discover how to encourage stakeholders to understand the importance of accessibility, and more. If you’re new to my blog, each Friday I publish a post highlighting my…In “Web design & development links”Weekly Roundup of Web Design and Development Resources: May 2, 2014Welcome to my weekly roundup of web design and development resources. I hope you had a great week. I have to say I’m glad April is over. Looking forward to a warm and spring-like May in southeast Michigan. In this week’s roundup you’ll learn about the risks for horizontal scrolling…In “Web design & development links”last_img read more

Is world’s oldest person from SA?

first_img1 December 2005The oldest living person in the world may well be South African, and her greatest wish is to meet Nelson Mandela.The Star reports that Noninji Elizabeth Bete, a 119-year-old great-grandmother from Tantyi township near Grahamstown in the Eastern Cape, is older than the current official Guinness Book record holder, 115-year-old Elizabeth Bolden of the US.Bete was born on 21 May 1886. A mother of seven, grandmother of 15 and great-grandmother of 27, she can still get around with a walking stick.“I was very strong during my time and I am still strong,” Bete told the Star, shaking her fists as proof.According to Guinness World Records, the oldest person to have ever lived was 122-year-old Jean Louise Calment, born in France on 21 February 1875. She died in 1997.Bete turns 120 in May next year and could well surpass that record, given her health and strength.Maryna Daniels, a senior official at the local Department of Home Affairs, confirmed to the Star that Bete was the oldest living South African.“I was phoned by a social worker this afternoon to confirm that the ID number was indeed correct,” she told the newspaper. “I then checked in the population register and saw she was the only person still alive who was born in the 1880s.”Bete can’t remember much about her past. She says she worked as a nanny for a white family at a nearby farm. “When the family’s children grew up, I then worked as a domestic worker,” she told the Star.Her family moved from a farm to Grahamstown, where they settled in Tantyi township.“We had no cars in our days and we used horse-drawn carriages,” she says.She recalls that there were no traffic lights in those days. “There used to be someone giving directions by waving his hands in the middle of the road.”She has attributed her long life to her parents, who taught her to respect other people. She told the Star that abstaining from alcohol also helped.SouthAfrica.info reporter Want to use this article in your publication or on your website?See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

Mobile money solutions ‘a hit in Africa’

first_imgIncreasing confidence, convenience South Africa’s First National Bank has seen a huge uptake in its mobile money solutions by customers of its African operations, with cellphone banking transactions growing 150% and eWallet transactions surging by 1 384% year-on-year in December 2011. FNB Cellphone Banking Solutions CEO Ravesh Ramlakan said the growth of the service in African markets was due to consumers’ increasing confidence in their mobile handsets as transactional devices, coupled with the convenience of mobile money solutions. The bank’s customers in Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, Swaziland and Zambia conducted 2.4-million cellphone banking transactions to the value of R214-million during December last year, up from R986 000 recorded in December 2010. Botswana, which is FNB’s leading subsidiary outside South Africa in terms of cellphone banking activity, saw just over 1.3-million transactions and in the same month, recorded a 126% increase year-on-year. 16 February 2012 FNB eWallet Solutions CEO Yolande van Wyk said that although eWallet had only recently been introduced to markets outside South Africa, the service has demonstrated strong potential for continued growth into the future. Since inception, FNB eWallet has generated 407 110 original “sends” in its four African operations (Botswana, Swaziland, Lesotho and Zambia) as at the end of December 2011. In Botswana FNB eWallet, saw an increase in original sends of 1 236% year on year from December 2010 to December 2011. “Innovation has played a key role in growing cellphone banking across Africa,” Ramlakan said in a statement this week. “Our ability to adapt the service for use on any cellphone has been an important driver of this growth.”center_img eWallet allows FNB customers to send money to anyone within the borders of the country in which the service operates. The recipient does not need to have a bank account. The money is transferred instantly and the recipient uses a pin code sent to their cellphone to access the cash from FNB ATMs. “eWallet reduces both risk and cost, and in African markets we have found this to be essential in any financial product offering,” Van Wyk said. Users can conduct a number of transactions using FNB Cellphone Banking, including transferring money between their own FNB accounts, buying prepaid airtime and making third party payments. Namibia recorded year-on-year growth of 155%, Zambia 308% and Swaziland 227%. “A country like Zambia, for example, has 5.4-million mobile phone users and a large informal sector, making a solution such as eWallet ideal in helping bridge the financial services gap between the banked and the unbanked,” Van Wyk said. SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material Bridging financial services gaplast_img read more

Marketing Day: The Pokémon Go craze, Amazon Prime Day results & more

first_img Posted on 14th July 2016Digital Marketing FacebookshareTwittertweetGoogle+share Related postsLytics now integrates with Google Marketing Platform to enable customer data-informed campaigns14th December 2019The California Consumer Privacy Act goes live in a few short weeks — Are you ready?14th December 2019ML 2019121313th December 2019Global email benchmark report finds email isn’t dead – it’s essential13th December 20192019 benchmark report: brand vs. non-brand traffic in Google Shopping12th December 2019Keep your LinkedIn advertising strategy focused in 202012th December 2019 HomeDigital MarketingMarketing Day: The Pokémon Go craze, Amazon Prime Day results & more Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.From Marketing Land:Marketers look to climb aboard the Pokémon Go phenomenonJul 13, 2016 by Barry LevineA week since its launch, the game of finding imaginary creatures in the real world has turned augmented reality into a major marketing tool.Amazon avoids a #PrimeDayFail on social media this yearJul 13, 2016 by Matt McGeeDespite minor ordering problems, most of the social conversation around Amazon’s Prime Day this year was positive.Amazon’s competitors saw a boost from Prime Day, tooJul 13, 2016 by Ginny MarvinE-commerce retailers saw traffic and conversion rate lifts on Prime Day as more shoppers came online to buy.Don’t call it a “geofence.” UberMedia introduces the “Optimal GeoSpace”Jul 13, 2016 by Greg SterlingCompany’s dynamic targeting is based on actual foot traffic patterns throughout the day and is specific to each location.Prime Day the “biggest day ever” for Amazon and its Alexa devicesJul 13, 2016 by Greg SterlingAmazon Echo sold massively, and according to the company, there was one v-commerce purchase per second.A brief introduction to data visualization theory for marketersJul 13, 2016 by Paul ShapiroWe marketers work with a lot of data, but how can we present these data in an easily understandable way? Check out this primer on data visualization by columnist Paul Shapiro.Contribution margin: How to tell if your marketing makes centsJul 13, 2016 by Jacob BaadsgaardIs your marketing making you money or losing it? Columnist Jacob Baadsgaard explains how determining and tracking your contribution margin can help your marketing initiatives remain profitable.How retailers are getting mobile engagement wrongJul 13, 2016 by Josh ToddHow can retailers overcome their challenges with mobile? Columnist Josh Todd shares what they’re doing wrong and how they can turn things around.Changing the Cannes conversation: Creativity isn’t enoughJul 13, 2016 by Ben BarokasWhile columnist Ben Barokas agrees that creativity is one key ingredient of a solution to ad blocking, his dispatch from Cannes argues for a more holistic approach.FTC spanks Warner Brothers for failure to disclose social influencer paymentsJul 12, 2016 by Greg SterlingThe company paid YouTube and social media influencers to promote a video game to their audiences without revealing that the content was sponsored.Mozilla envisions a new kind of crowd-sourced content recommendationJul 12, 2016 by Barry LevineThe goal of its new Context Graph project: Help users find useful content, based on what other users have found useful for that topic.Recent Headlines From Search Engine Land, Our Sister Site Dedicated To Search News & Information:Google expansion of Local Inventory Ad product search now live in Maps and knowledge panelsMoz shows you the faster way to find duplicate local business listingsHow to conjure big PPC profits with a few hundred dollarsSuffered a rankings drop? Use this checklist to diagnose whyOnline Marketing News From Around The Web:AnalyticsAre Marketers Satisfied With How They’re Using Data?, www.marketingprofs.comBig Data Analytics Success Depends on These 3 Ingredients, www.cmswire.comWhat is predictive analytics and how could you use it?, www.econsultancy.comBlogs & Blogging11 Things You Must Do After Publishing a New Blog Post, www.searchenginejournal.comBlog or vlog?, yoast.comHow to Get Your Readership Involved and Grow Your Audience with Community Challenges, www.problogger.netBusiness IssuesGoogle acquires team behind website sharing app Kifi, shutting it down soon, venturebeat.comVine isn’t growing and most of its top executives have left, www.recode.netContent Marketing5 Content Marketing Ideas for August 2016, www.practicalecommerce.com6 Musts for Legal Content Marketing, www.thunderactive.comA B2B Content Marketing Case Study: Presentation for the Boston Marketo User Group, www.komarketingassociates.comAre You Guilty Of Allowing Good Content To Rot?, www.searchenginepeople.comHow publishers wring new value from old content, digiday.comThe Best Way to Get Your Brand Message Out in a Noisy World, www.convinceandconvert.comConversion OptimizationHow The Halo Effect Affects Optimization (the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly), conversionxl.comHow to Get Top Management Buy-in for a Conversion Rate Optimization Program, vwo.comCopywriting, Design & UsabilityA Guide to Writing Better Business Documents, www.distilled.netHow to Add Custom Styles to the WordPress Visual Editor, www.wpexplorer.comHow to Design Your Site Like Airbnb, blog.crazyegg.comDomainingCompanies still love descriptive .com domains, domainnamewire.comE-Commerce9 Ecommerce Conversion Optimization Tactics That’ll Earn You Bags of Money, company-enterprise.myshopify.comAmazon has reduced Alexa’s mistakes in completing tasks by a factor of 2, venturebeat.comEmail MarketingEmail Marketing Automation, Without Turning Subscribers Off, blogs.constantcontact.comEmail Marketing Gets a Boost From … Louis CK?, www.cmswire.comEmail Newsletters Hit a Speed Bump: Inaccurate Open Rates, adage.comThe Benefits of Email Templates (and How to Use Them), movableink.comGeneral Internet Marketing5 Ways to Win with Web Personalization, blog.marketo.comBeyond Digital Marketing: Lessons from Digital Business Innovators, www.cmswire.comThe 10 Best-Perceived Brands Among Consumers in 2016 (So Far), www.adweek.comInternet Marketing IndustryKenshoo Appoints Digital Marketing Veteran Vince Cortese As CRO, kenshoo.comMarTech7 Ways Technology Can Make You a Smarter Content Marketer, contentmarketinginstitute.comCommissioned Survey from Persado Shows Marketers Turning to Automation to Improve Customer Engagement, www.martechadvisor.comHot Trends in Marketing Automation You Need to Know, www.marketingprofs.comMobile/Local MarketingFacebook lifts the veil on its mobile device testing lab, techcrunch.comFacebook’s Oregon data center has a lab with nearly 2,000 smartphones to test its apps, venturebeat.comHangouts for Android will add video messaging feature that’s been on iOS version for months, venturebeat.comMobile marketing strategy: Four key charts from our latest research, econsultancy.comUse These Methods to Get Your Mobile Ads Seen, www.tune.comOther ItemsYahoo Sports & Finance Get a New Look, yahoo.tumblr.comSocial Media6 Browser Extensions for Busy Social Media Marketers, www.socialmediaexaminer.comFacebook, Twitter, And Breaking News’ Special Relationship, www.buzzfeed.comHow Brands Can Adjust To Facebook’s Big Algorithm Change, www.socialmediaexplorer.comInstagram’s algorithmic feed is the worst thing to happen to me all summer, techcrunch.comInstagram’s most-liked picture is a Coca-Cola ad with Selena Gomez, digiday.comOh No! Did Facebook Just Kill Unpaid Marketing Content?, smallbiztrends.comSmart Monetization for Publishers in a Facebook Instant Articles Era, www.adweek.comSnapchat for B2B: Examples of Brands in Action, Best Practices & Tips, www.toprankblog.comUltimate Facebook Ad Types Cheat Sheet, www.wordstream.comWhy You Should Switch to an Instagram Business Account, blogs.constantcontact.comWSJ Standing Back in Wary Approach to Facebook, adage.comVideoA Beginner’s Guide to Creating Video Content, www.marketingprofs.comEssential Tools and Tactics for Video on Social, www.newswhip.comFacebook Expands Video Engagement Custom Audiences; Get the Skinny, 3qdigital.comInstagram Is Inspiring Marketers to Make Square-Shaped Videos for Facebook, www.adweek.comWhat The Future Of Online News Video Looks Like, www.newswhip.comFrom our sponsors: Marketing Day: The Pokémon Go craze, Amazon Prime Day results & more Marketing Day: The Pokémon Go craze, Amazon Prime Day results & moreYou are here:last_img read more

Milan wanted Puel

first_imgThere are reports that Milan’s hierarchy couldn’t agree on who should replace Marco Giampaolo, with Ivan Gazidis wanting Claude Puel.  Giampaolo was sacked after a dismal run of form in which Milan won only three of their opening seven games. Il Giornale reports that Milan CEO Gazidis wanted former Lyon and Southampton manager Claude Puel to take over from Giampaolo. However, the report also states that directors Paolo Maldini and Zvonimir Boban wanted an Italian coach, or at least one who was experienced in Serie A. This led the club to go for Luciano Spalletti, who rejected their advances. Milan then turned to Stefano Pioli, who agreed. This isn’t the first time the three have butted heads, as Gazidis only wanted to sign young players last summer, whilst Boban and Maldini believed that the squad needed some experience, with rumours that a deal for Zlatan Ibrahimovic was nixed by Gazidis. Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/last_img read more