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It’s been a battle many have been watching closely. Airbnb is one of the most prominent models of an effective sharing economy business. By allowing users to rent other’s apartments, it has created an ecosystem of trust and varying tourism. There are travelers, like myself, who prefer experiencing the culture of a new city, something…

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This post was written by Brittany VanBibber Working in a regulated industry (pharmaceuticals, finance, medical, etc) isn’t typically seen as a social media-forward place to be. But “Making Social More Social Within Regulated Industries” (hosted by LiveWorld and Pfizer) tried to address that topic today, with three separate panels. The first featured executives from MasterCard,…

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Social media is an incredibly powerful tool, but when used incorrectly the consequences can be extreme. Certain celebrity endorsements, posts about other companies, or sharing others’ work can get marketers into legal trouble in ways that damage a brand’s reputation (not to mention the legal expenses). Get expert advice without the billable hours here at…

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The verdict is in. With the SEC’s final ruling, startups along with venture capital funds, private equity funds and hedge funds will be able to solicit their stocks and investment products via, social media, TV and radio to a greater audience. In our first conversation at CROWDFUNDx NYC, Chance Barnett of Crowdfunder engages Sherwood Neiss of…

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Earlier this week, we highlighted Howard Lindzon’s keynote on Reg-FD and how investor relations is being changed through social media. He had some great insights, and as many great thought leaders, he values input from others in his field. Following his keynote, he led a panel discussion on the issues of access, transparency, and multi-channel…

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Social media has changed investor communications. While the Reg-FD has a set of rules that are helpful, navigating them in the context of online media is not often undertaken. Co-founder of StockTwits, Howard Lindzon highlights these changes and how businesses can better communicate with their investors. Watch the full keynote below, and catch our analysis….

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This Orwellian saying has never been truer. 2011 did not only spell the Arab Spring and a worldwide wave of protests against bankers’ greed it was also the year when the Internet as we knew it disappeared. In the US the “SOPA” (ironically sopa means trash in Swedish) law is currently going through the law…

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