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Ivanka Fights to Protect Her First Name
Ivanka Trump is one of the most famous women on the planet. She's certainly the most famous Ivanka. Standing by her father's side as he ascended to power in the White House, her prominence even sparked a swell in the number of babies named Ivanka.
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Google's Ad Rivals Leap at Chance to Seize Dollars After YouTube Controversy
Weeks after scores of advertisers boycotted YouTube, Google is still trying to mitigate the damage. Meanwhile, long-struggling competitors in the digital ad market are seizing the moment. MediaMath Inc., a New York-based seller of software for automated online ad buying, is introducing a new service to ensure that ads only run alongside hand-picked, "high quality" content.
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Meet the workers watching the worst videos on YouTube, just to keep ads off them
Every day across the nation, people doing work for Google log in to their computers and start watching YouTube. They look for violence in videos. They seek out hateful language in video titles. They decide whether to classify clips as "offensive" or "sensitive."
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NEWS: Web Series, Online Video & TV Shows, YouTube | EVENTS: LA & NYC Meetup | Tubefilter.com
The latest from the online video industry, YouTube and the web series world, including breaking news and reviews of digital entertainment.
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A Business With Legs (and Abs): Boom Times for Male Striptease Revues
Now that is a business with legs. "I can't believe it, either, to be honest with you," said Mr. Hass, who moved to Los Angeles from Detroit a few months ago. "When we started out, we were literally driving our own cars, four guys to a vehicle, sleeping on each other in uncomfortable positions."
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Fashion & Style
"I always kind of use the same themes, whether it be humor, color or a unique moment," said Jake Michaels, a Los Angeles photographer. "So this view of Miami was a combination of all three." Over two weekends last month, it was on the streets in and around Miami - South Beach, Little Havana, Little Haiti and Wynwood - that he found that magical mix.
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Going Under the Knife, With Eyes and Ears Wide Open
More surgery is being performed with the patient awake and looking on, for both financial and medical reasons. But as surgical patients are electing to keep their eyes wide open, doctor-patient protocol has not kept pace with the new practice. Patients can become unnerved by a seemingly ominous silence, or put off by what passes for office humor.
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The Vivid World of Miami Street Style
"I always kind of use the same themes, whether it be humor, color or a unique moment," said Jake Michaels, a Los Angeles photographer. "So this view of Miami was a combination of all three." Over two weekends last month, it was on the streets in and around Miami - South Beach, Little Havana, Little Haiti and Wynwood - that he found that magical mix.
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Amazon launches Amazon Cash, a way to shop its site without a bank card
Amazon this morning announced the launch of Amazon Cash, a new service that allows consumers to add cash to their Amazon.com balance by showing a barcode at a participating retailer, then having the cash applied immediately to their online Amazon account. The service will support adding any amount between $15 and $500 in a single transaction, Amazon says.
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Amazon to tap into UK business-to-business market with new service, stretching beyond its traditional consumer base
Jaap Arriens | NurPhoto | Getty Images Amazon seeks to enter into the multibillion-pound U.K. business-to-business (B2B) market by launching a new service, which sells office supplies, industrial tools and laboratory supplies to companies, expanding well beyond its consumer retail market to attract businesses.
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