The companies that appear in this gallery are the world's best-performing companies under $10 billion in market cap.For the full list of Most Innovative Growth Companies, click here.
As the Olympics Trials start to wrap up, the American roster for Rio 2016 becomes more clear, and marketers are already identifying the rising stars of this year sGames.So which U.S. athletes are poised to launch themselves into stardom?In following, a shortlist of 25 U.S. Olympic athletes to watch at the Games.You may not know their names today, but you will in about a month, so here s your bookmarkable cheat sheet.Photo by Lintao Zhang/Getty Images for IAAF
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Doing good is good business and the companies on our first-ever Just 100 list score high marks on metrics like worker pay, worker treatment, U.S. job creation, environmental impact and more.The 32 corporations in this gallery each led their industry in the 2016 rankings.See the full list here.
Are you eager to land a coveted position at Facebook?If you re lucky enough to get an interview with the social media giant, famous for its laid-back culture and superb perks, there are a few things you should know.
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Several big ad agencies more than doubled their spending on Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) last year as the company ramped up its advertising business.The banners atop search results and sponsored listings within search results grew increasingly common.Amazon doesn't break out its ad revenue, but its "other" revenue line item, which consists mostly of advertising, more than doubled in 2018, to $10.1 billion.Most of Amazon's revenue growth is coming at the expense of another digital advertising giant: Google, the Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) company.Its trove of reviews and detailed product information gives consumers all the information they need to make informed buying decisions.And if an advertiser can get a product at or near the top of Amazon's product search listings, consumers will consider that product.
Google, the search unit of Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL) (NASDAQ:GOOG), has struggled in recent years to boost uneven revenue growth.While the company still rules the digital ad space, it has faced increasing competition from the likes of e-commerce giant Amazon.com(NASDAQ:AMZN) as well as from social media powerhouses like Facebook.It detailed new ad products and new locations to place ads -- including the previously unfettered Google search page.One of the themes of this year's event was "discovery."Google is rolling out new ways not only to help consumers find what they're looking for, but also to reach them when they're open to "discovering something new," according to Brad Bender, Google's display and video advertising chief.Google plans to place ads in a couple of high-profile spaces, including on the homepage of its mobile website, as well as the feed on its smartphone app.