How E-Commerce Is Finally Disrupting The $600 Billion-A-Year Grocery Industry  

Business Insider By : COOPER SMITH

At $600 billion a year in sales, food and beverage is by far the largest retail category in the U.S. by a wide margin.

However, it's also the category that has been the least disrupted by e-commerce; less than 1% of food and beverage sales currently occur online, according to BI Intelligence's estimates. - Full Article


Johnny Manziel Gives the Redskins Bench the Finger  

Bleacher Report By : Ken Chin

Johnny Football never ceases to entertain. In the third quarter of the Cleveland Browns preseason game vs. the Washington Redskins, Johnny Manziel trotted back to the huddle after a play and gave the Redskins bench the finger. - Full Article


Social Media Analytics Market Worth $2.73 Billion by 2019  

Sys-Con By : PR NEWSWIRE

The report "Social Media Analytics Market by Components (Software, Services, Consulting, Integration, Support), Data Sources (Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google Plus, Others), Users (SMBs, Enterprises) - Market Forecasts and Analysis (2014 - 2019)", defines and segments the global Social Media Analytics Market into various sub-segments with an in-depth analysis and forecasting of market sizes. - Full Article


The Highest-Paying Jobs At Google  

Business Insider By : KARYNE LEVY AND MATT LYNLEY

Google loves its engineers. So it's not much of a surprise that software engineers are some of the best-paid employees at the company.

But there are a bunch of other roles at Google — and a lot of them have salaries that are competitive with Google's bread and butter, according to salary data we pulled from Glassdoor. - Full Article


Why Did NBC Fire Meet The Press Host David Gregory?  

UPROXX By : DUSTIN ROWLES

You’ll be excused if you haven’t been following the rumor mill over in the NBC news department.

The job of David Gregory — who hosts Meet the Press, the longest running television show in history (it dates back to 1947) — has been in danger for months.

The question of David Gregory being fired wasn’t a matter of if, but when, and it’s been kind of a slow, excruciating trainwreck for the last few weeks as that has become apparent to the entire world. - Full Article


Android and iOS dominate smartphone market with 96 per cent share combined  

IT Pro Portal By : Darren Allan

There's increasingly less room for any other platform players in the smartphone world according to the latest figures from IDC for Q2 2014, with Android and iOS dominating the landscape.

In fact, Android now has a global market share of a mammoth 84.7 per cent (with the number of units shipped up a third on last year), and iOS has an 11.7 per cent share – though that was actually slightly down on last year, when Apple had a 13 per cent share. - Full Article


The Real Reason Facebook Is Forcing You To Download Messenger  

The Huffington Post By : Timothy Stenovec

A little over a year ago, Facebook launched Facebook Home, software designed to take over some smartphones completely.

It was a huge flop, but the message was clear:

Facebook was on a mission to dominate the time you spend on your phone.

The company's recent controversial move to force iPhone and Android owners who want to keep chatting with their friends to download Facebook Messenger... Full Article


Jaguar Land Rover to Recall 40,000 S.U.V.s Over Air-Bag Issue  

NY Times By : Staff Reporting

More than 40,000 Land Rover sport utility vehicles in the United States are being recalled because the passenger-side air bag may fail to deploy in a crash.

According to documents posted Wednesday by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Jaguar Land Rover will recall 40,551 LR2 and Range Rover Evoque models to fix the electronic system... - Full Article


School system CIOs are sold on Chromebooks  

Computer World By : Patrick Thibodeau

David Andrade, the CIO of Bridgeport Public Schools in Connecticut, has deployed 11,000 Chromebooks over the past year and plans to add another 5,000 in the next 12 months.

It's a major deployment, but not unusual. Other school systems are doing much the same thing. The Cherry Creeks School District in Greenwood Village, Co. deployed 18,000 last year, and Boston recently announced a deployment of 10,000 Chromebooks. - Full Article


Arthur T. Demoulas has not lowered the amount of his initial bid  

Boston Globe By : Casey Ross

Arthur T. Demoulas said Sunday that negotiations on his offer to buy the Market Basket grocery chain from rival family members are continuing, but he accused those relatives of countering his proposal with “onerous” terms that are blocking a deal from being completed.

Demoulas made that claim in the latest of what has become a battle of press statements waged by either side of the family. - Full Article


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