• 10 Companies That Secretly Control The World
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    10 Companies That Secretly Control The World

    ten companies that secretly control the world number ten Nestle most of the products that you buy are owned by surprisingly small number of monopolistic companies take Nestle for example they own over 8500 different brands in 80 countries they start off of the kind of brands you’d expect arrow KitKat Milky Bar etc but then there are some products that you probably never imagined would be owned by the chocolate giant such as shredded wheat Gerber baby foods hot pockets and Purina pet food they also an approximately 23% of cosmetic powerhouse L’Oreal which cell phones huge brands Garnier Maybelline and The Body Shop and Nestle isn’t the only…

  • Why Bing Isn’t a Failure (& the Future of the Internet)
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    Why Bing Isn’t a Failure (& the Future of the Internet)

    Here’s something you’ve never, ever heard before: “Hey, good question, you should Bing it” Okay, maybe once. But, except maybe as a punchline, nobody uses Bing. Microsoft has tried, and tried, and tried again, They redesigned the website, spent millions advertising a pun making Google look better, even paid people to use it. And yet, a decade later, Bing is still Bing. So, at this point, why not just abandon the project? Well, because Bing isn’t actually a failure. Far from it. It’s a story of data, and control, and, ultimately, the future of the internet. In 2012, CEO Steve Ballmer announced Bing was finally a real contender. He said…