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Young Girl Uses Sleeping Mother's Thumbprint for Christmas Shopping Spree

Advances in mobile technology have drastically improved security on the smartphones most people carry these days. In fact, it seems that a majority of ...


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Super Bowl Ads Get Mired in Controversy

The Patriot's stunning comeback win in the 2017 Super Bowl was just one of the dramas in the big game. There was also the yearly conversation about Super ...


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Man Wins Butter Substitute Lawsuit Against Dunkin' Donuts

Good news, butter-lovers: If you visit your local Dunkin' Donuts and receive a butter substitute instead of real butter, you might get some money. Jan ...


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The Gospel Is Not a Generic Jingle

In the early 80s, an image campaign began in the city of Atlanta with the hopes of encouraging Atlantans to see their city with pride and hope—despite ...


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New Commercial Pairs Together People of Opposite Political Opinions

It seems everything we see in media has a political tinge to it these days, and television commercials appear to be no exception. Some have been offering ...


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Visual Effects Artist Creates Dramatic Trailer to Sell Used Car

Convincing someone to buy a used car can sometimes require a certain level of ingenuity, especially if the automobile has seen better days. Ingenuity ...


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When Companies Lose Focus, New Products Flop

The 24/7 Wall St. blog reviewed some of the greatest product launch blunders in recent times, including Google Glass, Burger King's Satisfries, the New ...


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Psychologist: Workers Are Less Productive with Christmas Music Playing

It's that time of year again—the "most wonderful time of the year"—when Christmas carols ring through shopping malls, department stores, and ...


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Advertisers Have Only 6.5 Seconds to Grab Attention

It should come as no surprise that advertisers spend millions of dollars each year studying the science of attention, both through empirical research ...


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Advertisers Goal 'Get Children for Life'

Theologian Michael Horton notes that is not the church that is forming the minds of our children; it is the advertisers of famous products. Horton writes: ...


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