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Nielsen has appointed Laurie Lovett as its new Chief HR Officer, starting 13th January 2020; and Christopher Taft as SVP Corporate Controller and Chief Accounting Officer. In addition, former Microsoft and CBS exec Nancy Tellem joins the Board. Nielsen has also made a number of recent top level hires, including Sandra Sims-Williams earlier this month […]

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WPP has sold its majority stake in data analytics and sports marketing agency Two Circles to Bruin Sports Capital for an undisclosed sum, just over four years after it first invested. Gareth Balch, Two Circles co-founder, said: “The sports industry is moving from a B2B model to a direct-to-consumer model where growth will be centred […]

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Recognising the importance of having fast, accessible and dynamic research findings, Ipsos has made the decision to acquire a majority stake in Data Liberation, a UK-based company highly specialised in automated reporting. Data Liberation focuses on the delivery of market research results, building fully-featured reporting portals and dashboards. The tool enables users to uniquely visualize […]

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Can online courses with large-scale interactive participation and open access via the web replace face-to-face teaching in a traditional university setting? Newsnight’s David Grossman examines the rise of massive open online courses (Moocs). Former US President Bill Clinton said recently the higher education industry needs to undergo a “dramatic change”. “I think the only sustainable […]

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The free online college courses are offered from top ranking universities including Harvard, Stanford and MIT. Students from developing countries especially from India are enrolling in droves. A drawback that these students from developing countries face from attending these MOOC’s is that the educational content is not yet specifically designed to the diverse needs of […]

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List of free online courses- MOOC List Business Courses Branding, Content & Social Media– Free iTunes – Christine O’Malley, Ohio State University Building a Business– Free Online Video – Free Online Audio – Free iTunes Audio – Oxford University Building a Business: Moving Your Product to the Market– Free Online Audio – Free Tunes Audio – Oxford University Corporate Finance– Free iTunes Video – Aswath Damodaran, NYU Corporate Finance for […]

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We bring you some tips from an independent blogger before you take up a MOOC Course. Don`t sign up for all the courses that you like. Let your platter not be more full than what you could take in. Take 1 or 2 courses at a time. Have a fixed study time just as like […]

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NovoEd, the Menlo Park-based massive online course program that aims to support social learning, is debuting on August 15 2013 an online entrepreneurship program. Supporting schools are big names in the business school world including Stanford University, Babson College (which has consistently topped the US News & World Report list of “entrepreneurship education” since 1995) and the […]

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