The majority of 3- to- 17-year-olds have family television rules, one-half of school-age children (6-to-17 years old) participate in extracurricular activities and just over half of those under 12 have been in nonfamily child care, according to a report released today by the Commerce Department's
In a recent Fast Company Magazine/Roper Starch survey, working Americans (defined as college-educated people, in households with incomes of at least $75,000 per year) were asked to evaluate moments that have defined our work and business culture over the last five years and consider what will def
The founder of a 29-year-old qualitative media audience rating firm, says Internet advertising today seems to be in the same stage of development that television advertising was in during the late 50s and 60s.
The Department of Commerce has studied and reported on consumers’ use of the Internet, while the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has monitored and reported on the deployment of broadband services.
Online consumer spending jumped from $7.7 billion in 1998 to $17.3 billion in 1999, a 124 percent increase, and was expected to reach $28 billion in 2000, according to the Statistical Abstract of the United States: 2000 released today by the Commerce Department's Census Bureau.
The Internet ratings report for the month of January 2001 from Nielsen//NetRatings reveals that Internet penetration has reached 60 percent in the U.S., with more than 168 million people having Web access from either the home or the workplace in January.
Market consultants, Carlos Santiago and Isabel Valdes joined forces to deliver competitive business strategies to help leading-edge businesses gain competitive advantage by reaching America's multicultural markets.