Kelly Watkins On Not Being ‘Cursed By Knowledge’ + The Craftsmanship Behind Great Marketing

Today marketing organizations are being conceived of as strategic engines of growth for a business. The previous models where marketing was much more about services and acting on inbound requests is one that less and less companies are finding utility from.

Cuba begins to bury its dead from airline disaster

HAVANA (Reuters) – Cubans in eastern Holguin province held a funeral on Sunday for an art instructor and her small child, the first of 67 Holguin residents to be brought home for burial out of 110 people who died Friday in Cuba’s worst plane crash since 1989.

Here’s Everything That’s Wrong With Amazon Spark

Launched by Amazon in early 2017, ‘Spark’ is an app-within-an-app that is intended to promote product discovery and social sharing within Amazon’s ecosystem. Never heard of it? You’re not alone.

Manchester United: Nemanja Matic says club needs to sign ‘experienced players’

Manchester United need to sign players with “experience” this summer, says midfielder Nemanja Matic.

Paul Gustard: Harlequins set to name England defence coach as new boss

England defence coach Paul Gustard is expected to be named as the new Head of Rugby at Harlequins on Monday.

Left behind: why boomtown New Zealand has a homelessness crisis

WELLINGTON (Reuters) – New Zealand’s dairy-fuelled economy has for several years been the envy of the rich world, yet despite the rise in prosperity tens of thousands of residents are sleeping in cars, shop entrances and alleyways.

Poor Venezuelans crowd pro-Maduro stations in hope of vote ‘prize’

CARACAS/BARINAS, Venezuela (Reuters) – Poor Venezuelans scanned state-issued “fatherland cards” at red tents after voting on Sunday in hope of receiving a prize promised by President Nicolas Maduro, a practice opponents said was akin to vote-buying.