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17 Nov. 2020 »
1 in 5 Consumers Has Avoided Buying a Brand Over Its Data Practices: Survey Finds Widespread Skepticism Over How Companies Collect and Use Personal Data

From websites to wearables, today’s companies are collecting richer data on their users than ever before—and promising to deliver more convenient, personalized, and cost-effective experiences in return.

12 Jun. 2020 »
Customers Are Changing, So Should Marketing

Right Balance Between Tech and Human Touch Can Enhance Omni-Channel Experiences

01 Jun. 2020 »
The Conference Board Issues Statement in Response to US Unrest

The Conference Board Response to Civil Unrest

07 Feb. 2020 »
Companies Have Significantly Increased Disclosure on Sustainability Issues, But Pressure to Do More Continues

New edition of annual benchmarking study examines trends in global CSR reporting

ECONOMIC INDICATORS

Leading Economic Index for:

  • Australia 0.8%
  • Brazil 0.4%
  • China 1.2%
  • Euro Area 0.1%
  • France 0.0%
  • Germany 0.1%
  • Global 0.4%
  • India 0.2%
  • Japan 1.9%
  • Korea 0.7%
  • Mexico 1.8%
  • Spain 1.4%
  • U.K. 2.1%
  • U.S. 0.6%
  • International Labor Comparisons:
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  • Productivity:
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  • Global Economic Outlook:
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  • Employment Growth Continues, But at Slower Pace

    Total nonfarm payrolls employment increased by 661,000 in September.

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