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Two military planes carrying bodies of MH17 crash victims arrive at Eindhoven Airport in the Netherlands

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ASPCA launches free mobile app to help people locate their missing pets
fastcompany:

Last night, Hillary Clinton spoke at Twitter’s headquarters. Here’s what she had to say about the future of social media.

Happy birthday, Prince George. Here’s a look back at how some brands celebrated his birth one year ago (via Marketing).

Target has released an online video series to target Millennials, featuring YouTube stars Todrick Hall, Ann Le, Tiffany Garcia, and Mikey Balalis. The video series, called Best Year Ever, will be available on Target’s YouTube channel and include 16 webisodes as well as clips offering decorating advice. Target is also promoting the campaign on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter using the hashtag #BestYearEver.

"Think outside the box"

— One of the 12 most overused business words (via Mashable)

The buzz around wearable technology (via Brandwatch) Find more data on wearable tech here.

The buzz around wearable technology (via Brandwatch)

Find more data on wearable tech here.

PR and social media agency DeVries Global has opened a pop-up space in downtown Cincinnati, home to its largest client Procter & Gamble, for three weeks. The firm is hosting a variety of events there such as power yoga sessions and conversations with top influencers including Rent the Runway, Bonnie Fuller, and Paper magazine.

The New Yorker has redesigned its website to include a responsive design, a daily hub for cultural commentary, and expanded multimedia content. For a limited time The New Yorker's archive dating back to 2007 is free to all readers, and the magazine will introduce a metered paywall later this fall.

The New Yorker has redesigned its website to include a responsive design, a daily hub for cultural commentary, and expanded multimedia content. For a limited time The New Yorker's archive dating back to 2007 is free to all readers, and the magazine will introduce a metered paywall later this fall.


Britain’s Sky News apologized over the weekend for airing a segment in which a reporter dug through the luggage of one of the victims of downed Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.