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The use and misuse of power in marketing

Carol Magill
OVER recent months the news has been awash with stories of unethical online marketing practices, but should businesses be concerned? I would argue that the true impact of news stories surrounding unethical online practices should not be understated – and social’s slide towards being viewed as suspicious is real indeed.

Summer in the city

Declan Flynn
AS this year’s long, hot July continues and we approach the annual political Summer break, nowhere is the temperature hotter and the atmosphere more highly charged than at Westminster.

The changing face of the media world

James Stinson
READERS will already know there are big changes taking place in the media world because we are all playing our part through the different ways we are now watching TV.

The simple things in life are often the best

Barry Shannon
“I just find myself happy with the simple things” - DMX I’m sitting in Donegal, looking out over the beach at Downings, enjoying the last full day of a little mid-year break and reflecting on the week gone by.

Data breaches are here to stay

Michael Blaney
I DON’T want to spoil your holiday travel plans, but a recent interview with the UK’s Joint Forces Command highlighted that critical transport infrastructure is open to cyber attack, including air and road traffic control, plus rail and other transport systems.

Consumer credit helps drive growth, but cards now marked

Richard Ramsey
THE public finances, ‘the deficit’, and the extent to which Northern Ireland is dependent on public spending have been much explored and discussed topics over the past 11 years since the credit crunch.

A time to be tech-less

Gareth McKeown
I FULLY appreciate the importance of technology to the modern professional and workplace, which you will know from reading this column.

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