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What are the five Highest-Paying Marketing Jobs in New York?

When hir­ing one of the high­est paid mar­ket­ing agents in the coun­try, what two key skills do HR hir­ing man­agers look for? One thing recruiters look at is skills. Mike Stein­erd, Direc­tor of Recruit­ing at Indeed, says soft skills are most mean­ing­ful for hir­ing com­pa­nies. These mar­ket­ing com­pa­nies want appli­cants who inspire trust. Com­pa­nies need suc­cess­ful pro­fes­sion­als to fill mar­ket­ing jobs. New York is one of the best City’s for mar­ket­ing jobs. For mar­ket­ing pros who do not have a job, employ­ers in the Big Apple are look­ing to fill more than 150 jobs in mar­ket­ing, though not all those many be adver­tis­ing posi­tions. Adver­tis­ers who are incor­po­rat­ing big data into their adver­tis­ing cam­paigns stand to gain more in 2015, as the research firm, IDC, says the big data mar­ket has grown from $3.2 bil­lion in 2010 to $16.9 bil­lion by the end of this year. In 2016, the field of big data is expect­ed to grow to $23.4 bil­lion, accord­ing to a 2010 IDC pre­dic­tion. Top research mar­ket­ing jobs could require a master’s degree. Why some CMOs and mil­len­ni­als look­ing for mar­ket­ing jobs do not like titles in New York “I won­der if in five to 10 years whether…

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Will Comcast Actually Buy Time Warner Cable or Will this be Charter’s Wake up Call?

Will Comcast Actually Buy Time Warner Cable or Will this be Charter's Wake up Call?

I don’t believe this deal will hap­pen the way its cur­rent­ly struc­tured and here’s why. First off, there are too many volatile vari­ables in this deal in its cur­rent form;  the all stock price, soft­en­ing equi­ties mar­ket and oth­er very moti­vat­ed buy­ers in the mar­ket. I believe that this is only the first move in a larg­er plan. Time Warn­er Cable is uti­liz­ing a very smart strat­e­gy to max­i­mize the sale price for the com­pa­ny; wit­ness that Rob Mar­cus, the CEO, is a for­mer Merg­ers and Acqui­si­tion attor­ney. So the bat­tle for Time Warn­er Cable has come to an end, or has it? Yes­ter­day Com­cast announced a $45.2 bil­lion dol­lar deal to pur­chase Time Warn­er Cable, rep­re­sent­ing a share pur­chase price of $158.82 per share. This is a sig­nif­i­cant increase from Char­ter Cable’s pre­vi­ous offers of $132.50 per share. But there is a big dif­fer­ence. Char­ter’s offer was sub­stan­tial­ly cash and Com­cast’s is com­plete­ly a stock deal. Also, we’re now talk­ing about a major anti-trust review. Even with a sell off of 3 mil­lion sub­scribers Com­cast would still con­trol 30% of the indus­try nation­wide. Giv­en the lack of com­pe­ti­tion in each mar­ket this does not sound like a slam dunk. A year ago Com­cast…

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