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Best of TZM: Ask These Questions for a Successful Interview

Career Oxygen | Gerry Corbett
December 24, 2014

More often than not, how you convey your value and abilities can determine whether you end up at the top of the consideration set of a job interview. If you are prepared, can tell compelling stories of your career, and chemically connect with the hiring managers, more than likely you have struck a resonant tone for a positive outcome.

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New Feature for Facebook's Year in Review

New Feature for Facebook's Year in Review

Jessica Cherok
December 24, 2014

Was 2014 a banner year for you? Now you can relive the memories with Facebook’s Year in Review feature. That is, assuming you want to relive it. Year in Review debuted on Facebook in 2013, allowing users to view a video of their year’s posts. Unlike the 2013 review, Facebook users can now pic...

Ford’s 'Dream Big' with Fusion Delivered by a Child

Ford’s 'Dream Big' with Fusion Delivered by a Child

Cindy Wendland
December 24, 2014

Did you see Ford’s latest holiday commercial for the Ford Fusion? Santa and an elf are FaceTiming a little boy. The little boy tells Santa he doesn’t want a video game this year. He wants a Ford Fusion, and he knows all the facts and figures behind why it is a good decision....

Consumers Pick Looks Over Function

Consumers Pick Looks Over Function

Dwayne W. Waite Jr.
December 23, 2014

When we shop for others, we are regularly put at a crossroads when we have to narrow a list of things we think a person will want. What do they need? What will they use the most? Will they like how it looks? We use these questions to figure out what the best good or service might be. Consumers l...

PR Isn’t for Arranging the Chairs

PR Isn’t for Arranging the Chairs

Doug Bedell
December 23, 2014

Is it the function of public relations to pack a meeting in favor of a departing functionary? We don’t think so. Thus a post on San Diego Reader sticks in our craw. When Michael Peevey, president of the California Public Utilities Commission, retired this month, the Reader reports, “the agency...