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In tough times, do happy or sad songs top the charts? Do we prefer music that reflects our fears and hardships or tunes that allow us to temporarily forget our troubles? Newly published research suggests the answer varies dramatically by genre. Pop fans reflexively gravitate...

source: Pacific Standard

The San Diego Opera's board of directors took steps to save the company from closure by agreeing to move forward with a reorganization plan that will reshape it into a leaner, more modern entity. That decision came during a chaotic board meeting in La Jolla, Calif., in...

source: U-T San Diego

So how dangerous are noisy gigs? It's a cliche that harks back to concerts by the rock heavyweights of the 1970s, but can music actually make your ears bleed?

source: BBC News

So you've got a killer strategy that's ready for customers, competitors and possible disruptive technology. And you've created and are executing to a plan that harnesses big data for logistics, supply chain and distribution. Success is inevitable, right? Wrong.

source: Inc.

A common question that every entrepreneur has regarding driving visitors to his or her website is whether they should use search-engine optimization or pay-per-click advertising. These are two of the most effective traffic sources, and each has pros and cons that need to...

source: Entrepreneur

Did you miss the deadline for advertising at this year's Boston conference? It's not too late! A select number of exhibit booths remain, in addition to availability for flier inserts and sponsorships! Learn by visiting the marketing...

source: NATS


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