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Reducing the Risks of High-Value Coupon “Glitching”

Recently, 42-year-old Brenda Fry, a Wisconsin Walmart cashier, pleaded no contest to a felony charge of theft by false representation. Her crime? Using high-value diet supplement coupons and taking advantage of an error in their coding to get cash back, a practice known as “glitching”. She found products by the manufacturer that sold for as Read More

June 28, 2016
Millennials Want More Texts and Why You Should Care

New research confirms that millennials prefer using their phones for everything but making phone calls. Now numbering at 80 million, this group comprises a quarter of the US population. Businesses in every sector are looking for ways to win their hearts and minds. A survey conducted by OpenMarket showed that when given the choice between Read More

June 22, 2016
Stealing a page from Bernie Sanders’ SMS playbook

Admit it—if someone told you how a little known 74-year-old socialist from Vermont would run a tight race against a former senator of New York and secretary of state who has been on the national stage since 1992, you would have laughed in their face. But that is exactly what happened in the current battle Read More

June 21, 2016