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As regulation and privacy laws start to take shape, marketers are turning to advertising and marketing companies to help them prepare. These companies are selling marketers software and other tools that help collect, store, and use first-party data. Business Insider asked advertising agencies and investors to identify the leading companies helping marketers navigate the new privacy landscape. The 10 we list include startups, established security companies, and data firms belonging to major holding companies. Click here for more BI Prime stories . Regulators are starting to rattle the advertising industry. A year after the European Union rolled out the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR — the sweeping law that regulates how marketers collect and use people's data — similar rules are coming to the United States. The California Consumer Privacy Act, or CCPA, is set to roll out in January, and similar proposed laws in Nevada, New York, and Washington state would clamp down on how marketers use people's data, particularly third-party data sources. Read more
The software giant's partnerships with the likes of Samsung, Walmart, Adobe and Verizon share a common thread….MSFT Read more
Adobe Systems (ADBE) closed the most recent trading day at $289.02, moving +0.98% from the previous trading session. Read more
Investments by major enterprise software firms in AI/machine learning features are growing considerably. Chip developers and cloud service providers that make a lot of these investments possible stand to benefit….ADBE Read more
Tech firms are increasingly using data to help advertisers balance their TV and digital ad budgets. Data firm Lotame is rolling out a new product that aggregates app, web, and smart TV data that advertisers can use to create and measure audiences for ad targeting purposes. Lotame has to compete with marketing clouds like Salesforce and Adobe and a growing number of ad-tech firms that are also helping advertisers with ad targeting. Click here for more BI Prime stories . Ad-tech firms are trying to capitalize on the movement of TV dollars to online streaming, and data firm Lotame thinks it can stand out by helping advertisers understand the growing amount of data on what people are watching. Lotame already sells advertisers and publishers a data management platform that helps store and manage data, and it's rolling out a new product to help marketers target ads based on what someone watches on TV by collecting data from smart TVs and marketers' first-party data from OTT apps, mobile apps, and websites. Read more
With the stock market under pressure, look for top stocks holding up. Microsoft, Walt Disney, Adobe, Roku and CyberArk Software are fighting to hold 50-day lines. Read more
Adobe Systems (ADBE) closed at $308.73 in the latest trading session, marking a -0.5% move from the prior day. Read more
Adobe (ADBE) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues. Read more
Glassdoor released its rankings of the most popular CEOs of 2019. This year, VMware's Pat Gelsinger took the top spot. Lynsi Snyder of In-N-Out Burger is the top female CEO on the list, coming in as the third-highest rated chief executive officer. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Glassdoor just released its rankings for the most popular CEOs of 2019, and you might be surprised at who did — and didn't — make the cut. While high-profile CEOs like Mark Zuckerberg dropped down the list (he fell from No. 16 to No. 55), others climbed the ranks. Pat Gelsinger of the software company VMware took the top spot with a 99% employee approval rating and stellar company reviews. Meanwhile, Lynsi Snyder of In-N-Out Burger is the top female CEO on the list, coming in as the third-highest rated chief executive officer. Read more: The 36-year-old billionaire president of In-N-Out Burger has a 96% approval rating from employees — and it's clear why The 2019 Highest-Rated CEOs report was compiled from the input of anonymous employees who reviewed their companies on Glassdoor. Read more
Andy Byrne is the founder and CEO of Clari, an AI startup that helps businesses manage sales and customer relations. It is Byrne's 4th startup — and has secured funding from the legendary The serial entrepreneur says the legendary Silicon Valley VC firm, which funded the likes of Apple, Google and Oracle, has changed in the way it works with entrepreneurs. "They've moved from arrogant to empathetic." Byrne said Sequoia has become more of a partner to entrepreneurs, not just an investor. Click here for more BI Prime stories. Andy Byrne is working on his fourth tech startup — and just as with all of his previous ventures, it is backed by Sequoia Capital, with whom the serial entrepreneur has had a long and deep relationship. In fact, he can be brutally frank about the way the legendary Silicon Valley venture capital firm, which funded such tech icons as Apple, Google and Oracle in their earliest days, has evolved in the last decade. "They've moved from arrogant to empathetic," Byrne told Business Insider. "They've moved from investor to partner, which is really nice to see." Byrne is now the co-founder and CEO of Clari, a cloud platform that helps businesses use AI to manage sales and customer relations. Read more
When you need the plugin for it, you can enable Adobe Flash Player on your Mac's Safari browser in a few quick steps. Before you get started, however, you'll need to know what version of Safari you have on your Mac — this will dictate where you'll go to enable Adobe Flash Player . Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Adobe Flash Player is a plugin that allows you to interact with sites that offer multimedia experiences, like games and animation. Enabling Adobe Flash Player on your Mac is easily done, provided you have it installed and you know which version of the Safari browser you're using. Note, however, that support for Adobe Flash Player will be ending in 2020 — these instructions work for now, but they may soon become outdated once Adobe ends the service. Here's what you'll need to do. Check out the products mentioned in this article: MacBook Pro (From $1,299 at Apple) How to enable Adobe Flash Player on a Mac using Safari For these directions, you'll need to know the version of Safari you're using. Read more
Italy-based artist Manuel Di Rita, who goes by the name Peeta, creates stunning abstract murals around Europe, Australia, Asia, and the US. His paintings often feature objects and designs that appear to be bursting out of the wall. Peeta told INSIDER he uses an artistic technique called anamorphisis to give his murals a three-dimensional effect. Visit INSIDER's homepage for more stories . Artist Manuel Di Rita, who goes by the name Peeta, combines his love for sculpting and architecture with massive murals that look like they're bursting out of the wall. Peeta's paintings, which can be spotted around cities in Europe, Australia, Asia, and the US, often make passersby stop and take a second look. The eye-catching murals appear to be three-dimensional due to an artistic technique he uses called anamorphisis . Anamorphism, Peeta explained to INSIDER, gives the illusion that flat objects are three-dimensional. Keep reading to see photos of some of Peeta's most mind-blowing paintings. This eye-catching mural makes it tricky to identify the building's actual shape. Read more
Amazon isn't the only retailer that is benefiting from the annual Prime Day shopping bonanza. New data released by Adobe Analytics on Tuesday showed that some of Amazon's biggest competitors saw a 64% increase in online sales this Monday compared to the average Monday. Amazon launched Prime Day in 2015. It is now one of the company's biggest shopping events of the year. This year Prime Day was extended to last two days. More than 250 retailers, including some of its biggest competitors like Walmart , Target , and Macy's , are offering discounts to rival Amazon's own. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Amazon's annual shopping holiday should be its competitors' worst nightmare, but new data shows that many are actually benefiting from it. New data released by Adobe Analytics on Tuesday indicated that some of Amazon's biggest competitors, such as Walmart and Target, saw a 64% increase in online sales on Monday during Amazon Prime Day. These retailers, which have launched their own deals during this period, are increasingly cashing in on Amazon's invented shopping holiday, or what's been dubbed by analysts as " Black Friday in July. " Walmart launched thousands of discounts on Walmart.com between July 14 and July 17, including more than $100 off items such as the HP 15.6-inch HD Touch Display Laptop or the Dyson Multifloor Bagless Upright Vacuum , Business Insider's Hayley Peterson previously reported . Read more
Amperity has raised $50 million in Series C funding, bringing the 2-year-old company's total funding to $87 million. The firm is one of a handful of marketing tech startups that provides software to help marketers manage customer data. The startups are trying to fend off marketing clouds like Adobe and Salesforce that are rolling out similar technology for marketers. Amperity CEO Kabir Shahani said that competition from marketing clouds actually helps startups by helping grow their awareness. Click here for more BI Prime stories. The competition between startups and marketing clouds that help marketers corral their customer data is heating up. Seattle-based Amperity has raised $50 million in Series C funding to grow its staff and products that help marketers group email, web, e-commerce and loyalty program data. The company uses machine learning to help brands with things like sending loyalty program members special emails or creating lookalike models for targeting ads. Amperity's clients include Starbucks, Gap Inc. and Planet Fitness. Read more

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