Here's what publishers are saying behind closed doors about Facebook's News Feed changes

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Here's what publishers are saying behind closed doors about Facebook's News Feed changes

As one social media-centric publisher noted, Facebook has said this sort of thing before, and not entirely followed through. Indeed, in June of 2016 the company similarly announced that friends and family posts would be prioritized in the news feed, and the predicted publisher armageddon didn't unfold.
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Concordia student association "appalled" that sexual misconduct was allowed

The statement was sent to students to prepare them for a meeting, held Friday afternoon, between members of the administration — including Kate Sterns, coordinator of the Creative Writing program, Deputy Provost Lisa Ostiguy and Dean of Students Andrew Woodall — and students in the Creative
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Seven Products to Fight Fine Lines and Wrinkles in 2018

The fan favorite line-reducing concentrate is back and better than ever- and now with its updated formula that includes Hyaluronic Acid and 12.5% Vitamin C. It is continuously one of the brand's best sellers and for good reason. This serum works to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles all the
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'Is this really worth it?': Here's what publishers are saying behind closed doors about Facebook's …

Several publishers have long warned against putting all their eggs in the Facebook basket, and have tried to diversify revenue streams. And they've also kept their eyes wide open when it comes to Facebook's level of caring about media partners. Bryan Goldberg, CEO of the female-focused publisher
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What's the Best New-Car Deal in January 2018?

To look for January deals, we considered sales in December among the top 100 best-selling cars, specifically eyeing models whose sales underperformed the market. We also looked at days-to-turn data from December, which measures how long it takes on average for dealers to sell a given car.
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Two Concordia teachers removed from classes amid sexual misconduct investigation

Two Concordia teachers have had their courses reassigned, pending the outcome of an investigation into alleged sexual misconduct in the school's creative writing program, CTV News has learned. The suspensions were first announced by the executive of the Concordia Association for Students in
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