After a day of intense lobbying, the Palestinians persuaded Arab diplomats to support a draft Security Council resolution that is aimed at the full withdrawal of Israeli forces from the West Bank.
Hardworking single moms, adorable kids and homesick expats got exactly what they wanted for the holidays, courtesy of brands that designed prank-style gift-giving extravaganzas
Calculated marketing move, you say? Oh lighten up, Ebenezer, and revel with the rest of us in a trend that’s become known unofficially as Punk’d with Positivity.
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The ads and videos that capture these stunts are now a seasonal staple, with more brands jumping into the fray each year, one-upping each other with their largess and sentimentality.
“There’s nothing subtle or low key about any of these efforts,” said Larry Dobrow, contributing writer at MediaPost who reviews brand-created content and has noted, tongue in cheek, the current “mirth overload.” “Every brand that did one of these stunts went big. Really big.” Read more…
The Russian ruble lost as much as 19 percent of its value on Tuesday, partly because of Western sanctions and plummeting oil prices, but also because of mass panic. Russians of all stripes—traders, car buyers, and furniture shoppers—are clamoring to get their money out of the country.
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MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s ruble strengthened sharply on Wednesday after dramatic falls on the previous two days as the government pressured exporters not to hoard foreign-currency earnings and the central bank announced new measures to support financial stability.