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Mar 15 2013 | 9:30 AM

dot-com

dot-org

dot-gov

That's the old way of doing business. The future will see more customized, brand focused addresses. For example, instead of going to an internet address such as Boston.com /sports you would be directed to sports.boston.  Should you be more interested in local concerts you would go to music.boston and if you get a ticket on the way home you could go to dmv.boston.

We spoke a great deal about these upcoming changes in domains at the Digital Marketing & gTLD Strategy Congress.  The event, put together by Momentum Event Group, included an international audience with presenters from familiar names like Citibank, IBM, Google, L’Oreal, Neustar and the Boston Globe to companies you may soon here more about such as Donuts and DotGreen Community.  The attraction for the motley crew of companies was an opportunity to...

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Posted by: Kendra Chiprich
Director, Global Corporate Client Group
CR Exchange
Mar 15 2013 | 9:00 AM

On March 13th, 2013, our CR team participated in Capital Link's CSR Forum "CSR & IR - Maximizing Shareholder Value."

We helped to put the event together because Capital Link has strong ties to the IR community, and we see value in increasing the conversation and understanding between CR and IR. The speakers included many leaders in the CR field, as well as both mainstream and SRI investors and analysts.

For example a sample panel on aligning CRS messaging included Dave Stangis, VP, Public Affairs & Corporate Responsibility - Campbell Soup Company, Curtis Ravenel, Global Head,...

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Posted by: Michelle Greene
Senior Vice President and Head of Corporate Responsibility
Ahead of the Bell
Mar 15 2013 | 8:09 AM

Ahead of the Bell: Dow futures are trading down 2 points and S&P futures are trading down 2 points.  Investors are taking a pause to assess the recent run up in US equities after the DJIA gained for a 10th straight trading session, while the S&P 500 closes in on its all-time high. Bank stocks will be in focus today, after the Federal Reserve ruled Thursday on its latest stress test.  Banks immediately hiked dividends and announced share buyback programs shortly following the news yesterday. Concerns over weaker economic data, along with inflation in China have dampened investors’ appetite for riskier assets temporarily.     



  • On the economic calendar today, March empire manufacturing data will be released before the market opens and a reading of 10 is expected, vs. 10.04 the month prior.  Consumer price index for February is due out before the market opens and a 0.5%...
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Posted by: Parasnand Madho
Director, Market Watch & Corporate Actions
The Bell
Mar 15 2013 | 7:13 AM

Ireland's Attorney General, Máire Whelan, SC, rings the Opening Bell at the NYSE Euronext Paris exchange in honour of Ireland's national day, St Patrick's Day.

Ireland's Attorney General, Máire Whelan, SC, rung the opening bell at NYSE Euronext Paris on Friday 15 March 2013, in honour of Ireland's national day, St Patrick's Day.  In her remarks, the Attorney General congratulated NYSE Euronext on the recruitment of its 300th employee to its Belfast operation earlier this year and its contribution to Ireland's all-island economy.  She also said that Ireland is well placed to be the first EU/IMF programme country in the Eurozone to make a sustained return to the sovereign bond markets on schedule this year after the successful bond sale by Ireland's National Treasury Management Agency this week .  The bond sale raised 5...

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Amsterdam Gong
Mar 15 2013 | 4:57 AM

André van Duin, also known as Mr Wijdbeens, sounds the gong for the ‘Buy a building brick’ campaign that KiKa (children cancer free foundation)starts on March 15.

Cancer is still the most common cause of death in children. One in four does not heal from this terrible disease. The survival rate must be increased and that is possible. By combining care and research in one a newly built children's oncology center, the Princess Máxima Center. With all the specialized care, research, education and training at the highest level under one roof, the ambition to make ​​the survival rate to increase to 95% over time can be made true. KiKa therefore launches a national campaign to raise money for the construction of the largest children's oncology center in Europe. Bybuying a symbolic brick of five dollars you can contribute to the realization of...

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