Election 2016: Trump beating Clinton in Google searches

Donald Trump is ranking higher than Hillary Clinton in Google searches on the eve of the U.S. election, as voters hunt for information on the Republican Presidential nominee.

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Clinton won Google searches, Trump dominated Twitter during first presidential debate

Hillary Clinton led in Google searches during Monday’s fiery first presidential debate, although Donald Trump was the most discussed candidate on Twitter.

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Clinton Issues Clarion Call to Boost Tech in the US

Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party’s presumptive presidential candidate, this week unveiled a technology and innovation agenda that calls for a broader commitment to improving computer science and STEM education, expansion of broadband Internet to the entire United States, and deployment of 5G wireless networks. Clinton’s plan calls for advancing high-tech training in American schools through collaboration with nonprofits and the private sector to train up to 50,000 computer science teachers in the next decade.

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Carly Fiorina supporters hope Silicon Valley background will help her stay in race

Technically, Carly Fiorina is seven years younger than Hillary Clinton.  Technologically, Fiorina’s supporters say, they are a century apart.

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It's the <em>Customer</em> Experience

Bill Clinton won the presidency with the mantra, “It’s the economy, stupid,” and I think CRM could borrow heavily from that pithy bit of logic. If you can check your preconceptions at the door and actually perceive the information in front of you, there’s no telling what you can figure out. Such is the case with “customer experience.” Much like Charles Dudley Warner’s famous remark, “Everyone complains about the weather but no one does anything about it,” CX, as it is being rebranded, is something we either can’t or won’t do anything about.

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