Quip of the Day:
“The only way you could use the term ‘flock’ in connection with pharmaceutical firms and social media is to say that companies are a scared flock of geese… How many minutes in a video or Webcast before you have to mention the risk information associated with a drug? If you mention a benefit, how much time do you have to mention the risk? Know the answer? No, no one does.”
-Eye on FDA blogger Mark Senak, rebutting a Washington Post claim that drug makers are “flocking” to social media.
Hey wannabe poets who are too lazy to actually write anything down or think of a decent rhyme for zenith*, I have the perfect online tool for you…
How can digital banking teams offer mobile banking services that exceed customer needs and expectations? This was a key theme addressed by researchers of Forrester's 2016 Global Mobile Banking Functionality Benchmark report.
Twitter has announced it will now let any of its users apply for the much sought after blue badge of verification.
That didn’t take long. With usage soaring and brands jumping to capitalize on the popularity of Pokémon Go, the CEO of Niantic, the company ... read more