Washington Free Beacon
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Marketing Land
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Here's our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Beijing Bulletin
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Beijing Bulletin
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Associated Press
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Leicester Mercury
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Leicester City's transfer melting pot is starting to bubble away with just two weeks remaining in the January window. Rising to the surface is certainly City's pursuit of defensive cover during this transfer window, with reports overseas painting an interesting picture of the club's progress. City's search for a centre-half goes on... Reports in Italy have been providing an ongoing narrative of their hunt for Sassuolo defender Francesco Acerbi and their ultimate frustrations in trying to land...
Adweek
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Long hours and intense deadlines can make it difficult for mothers to land leadership roles at agencies, and about 49 percent of women in the ad industry say that family responsibilities are the key barrier to career advancement, according to an IPG study. The 4As is aiming to change that with a new virtual coaching program designed to help moms in the agency world stay on the leadership track. The 16-week program, Mothers@Agencies, launching on Feb. 7, includes eight one-hour sessions led by executive coaches over a group conference call. Coaches will offer tips on finding a balance between motherhood and career responsibilities. The 4As has a long-standing commitment to advancing the careers of women in the industry and ensuring that were calling attention to areas of disparity in leadership roles, where women tend not to be equally represented, said Laura Honeycutt, svp of learning and development at the 4As.
Sky News
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I am in second position. Only 70 miles behind the leader. I have been trying to catch up a long time. I two days away from the finish. I am looking forward to getting on dry land and seeing my wife and kids are getting to normal again.
BBC News 24
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Northern Ireland is most exposed to the fallout from Brexit because it shares a land border with the Irish Republic. Theresa May was quick today to say there would be no return to the borders of the past. She said the common travel area would be retained. But there were few details as to how this would happen. Here's the question - if the UK wants to control immigration from the EU, how can it do that with an open border, with the Irish Republic? Here's another question - say the UK steps outside the customs union, what will that do to the border? Will that border become effectively a hard border? Wales voted to leave the EU despite that I think inevitable concerns today, economically, about what the impact could be, particularly in areas like manufacturing and farming, strong in Wales.
BBC Parliament
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Farming is critical to the local economy Farming is critical to the local should not be lost. Farming is crucial to Wales at' a colony. It is described as Wales' Alaska great economy. -- lasts. -- economy. 13% of the people in my constituency are employed in the land. It has a hugely significant effect on the broader economy. The UK's food and bring sector as a whole, the fourth largest in our country with over £12 billion the year to our economy.
Phys.Org
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BBC Parliament
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Madame Deputy Speaker, after the Brexit vote last year, we are now in the possession of the ambition our American countries have held for over 300 years, but we can truly state Great Britain is the land of opportunity, and now is the time to capitalise on that. All that matters is we go into our negotiations with the right attitude and we protect our rural economy for the long-term. The Government amendment speaks of continuity and certainty, the 2020.
BBC Parliament
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It is the Nigel Farages and the hard right of the Tory party, my nation's decision on that is respected and progressed, and I am proud of the people of North Perthshire who also voted overwhelmingly to remain within the EU. My constituency is practically totally rural. Some fine hill farming in Perthshire, some of Scotland's finest arable land, and Perth city was once the centre of the agricultural administration of Scotland.
TIME - Top Stories
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An ICRC employee told the AP that 20 Red Cross volunteers were among the dead. He spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not supposed to give information to reporters. Doctors Without Borders said its team based in Rann had counted 50 bodies and treated 120 wounded. A statement from spokesman Etienne l'Hermitte urged authorities to facilitate land and air evacuations, saying, Our medical and surgical teams in Cameroon and Chad are ready to treat wounded patients. We are in close contact with our teams, who are in shock following the event. Irabor said he ordered the mission based on information that Boko Haram insurgents were gathering, along with geographic coordinates. It was too early to say if a tactical error was made, he said. The general, who is the theater commander for counterinsurgency operations in northeast Nigeria, said the Air Force would not deliberately target civilians but there will be an investigation.
The Northern Echo
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LAND belonging to one of the region’s most popular tennis clubs could be sold to make way for a housing development.
BBC Parliament
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-- overcome. Opportunities do exist and we must make good on them. We have to remember that 60% of all food eaten in the EU comes from this country. 70% of the UK a land mass is managed by those working in the rural economy. The rural economy contributes £100 billion to the economy each year. These are significant sums and he economy each year. These are the -- providing the skills needed to home-grown youths.
Search Engine Land
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Store visits from online ads can be reported in AdWords. Columnist and Googler Matt Lawson explains what you should be doing with this info -- and how you can get similar insights even without qualifying for store visit conversions. The post Mind the store: Using AdWords to drive offline sales... Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
Search Engine Land
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Making calls, searching, texting and map lookups were the most common use cases for voice. The post Survey: 60 percent of voice users want more answers and fewer search results appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
Search Engine Land
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Creating a single source of data truth to optimize marketing investments and performance may seem like a daunting task. But it can be simple with the right approach and technology. Join Cardinal Path’s David Booth and IBM’s Andrew Douglas to learn the right ingredients and best practices to get... Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
The Huffington Post
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Ibeth Villafaña, left, catches raindrops with a cousin after a rainstorm under an eave near her home in Colombia. Photo by Sara A. Fajardo for Lutheran World Relief. Now that an agreement has been reached between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), the current generation of Colombian youth will have a chance to see something they've never fully experienced before - peace. The agreement seeks to end a conflict that dates back to 1964. It has claimed 220,000 lives and forced approximately six million people from their home and land, a national total second only to Syria. The end to the conflict presents an opportunity to make an investment in rural areas and to build a viable peace dividend for those who suffered most in the war: the third of Colombia's population who live in the countryside, 90 percent of whom are mired in poverty.
BBC Parliament
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At the moment 95% of lamb exports go to the EU and if we are exposed to a common EU customs tariff that could mean charges of up to 30% according to the country, land and business association. Third, any new trade deals with the rest of the world such as that proposed yesterday by MrTrump could lead to competition from countries with lower animal welfare, environmental and food safety standards.
The Free Thought Project
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Derby Telegraph
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A 31-year-old man has denied killing his uncle at a New Year's Eve party in Derby.Scott Benjamin, of Cowsley Road, Chaddesden, pleaded not guilty to manslaughter when he appeared at Nottingham Crown Court on Tuesday, January 17.Mr Roe died following an alleged assault at a property in Victory Road, Allenton, built on the land where six children lost their lives in a house fire in May 2012. The charge was read to Benjamin, who was dressed in blue jeans and a grey coat, by the legal clerk in the...
Informed Comment
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