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Millennials will advance in their careers, achieve peak income, accumulate stronger purchasing power, which will increase their influence in the consumer marketplace. Companies that can adapt to millennials' spending preferences will be able to thrive and profit.
DSW, CBS, Facebook, WPP and Daimler are the companies to watch.
Buyers beware of these holiday shopping scams to watch out for as you shop for the holidays.
If there was any doubt about YouTube's power to influence children, look no further than this year's list of the hottest holiday toys, based on Google shopping search data. According to the search giant, at least four of the top ten most searched toys were among those heavily featured in YouTube unboxing videos - subsequently turning them into the most in-demand and best-selling toys of the holiday season. Plus, another top toy is the JoJo Siwa Singing doll - a product from the YouTube star of the same name.
Microsoft president Brad Smith is calling on the federal government to step in and pass laws to prevent the abuse of facial recognition technologies.
A PPI headline of +0.1% for November was better than the -0.1% analysts had been expecting, though down from the unrevised +0.6% in October.
Considering FedEx's (FDX) shareholder-friendly initiatives and other positives, we believe that the company will be able to counter headwinds like high costs.
Facebook (FB) is working with Election Commission of India ahead of assembly election and 2019 general election to strengthen transparency and security on its platform.
Fortinet's (FTNT) refreshed Security Fabric deployment enables identity-based access to DTDC's consignment tracking applications, thus filtering and detecting suspicious activities.
Amazon (AMZN) is reportedly rolling out private label toys under its home brand name AmazonBasics for the first time for expanding in toy market.
Seagate (STX) partners Tape Ark with an aim to shift legacy tape-restricted data into leading cloud platforms to solve inaccessibility and data loss.
Retailers all across the U.S. — Target, Home Depot, Kohl's and others — are finally giving consumers more options to bypass the stress of standing in line or wandering aisles endlessly in search of something. And they're getting better at it.