These 8 Innocent Email Clichés Aren’t So Innocent After All

Here’s what I really mean when I’m using this seemingly innocent email cliché. “Hope all is well.” This empty salutation masks the fact that I’m about to deliver some extremely dire news that will likely derail your entire week. We aren’t going to make payroll this month, so I guess what I meant to say

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The effects of Apple’s Cookie-Blocking implementation

Apple shook the advertising world when they announced their plans to implement cookie-blocking capabilities in their newest updates to the Safari browser. Cookies are browser-level data packets that are used by websites to compile long term records of individual’s browsing histories. If allowed permission by a user, cookies can also store personal information like name,

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Is a Venture Firm More Than the Sum of Its Partners?

Not much. At least that is the conclusion of a thought-provoking academic paper drawing in part from Correlation Ventures’ proprietary database of U.S. venture outcomes. Venture firms that have outperformed historically are statistically more likely to outperform in the future as well. But is this outperformance primarily the result of the attributes of the firm

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