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All times are ET. Disclaimer. Morningstar: 2018 Morningstar, Inc. The information collected by Fitbits and other wearable devices could become “extremely valuable,” he said. “And valuable in more than one way, not just in terms of helping you assess your own health risk and helping you to identify healthier lifestyles, or even your doctor to assess your own risk, but we actually think it has monetary value. That you’ll actually be able to sell access to your health data.
As expected the store was operating with a full, beaming sales staff. You can reasonably be annoyed that every associate goes out of their way to greet you when it is opening day, but , to their credit, they were neither cloying nor overbearing, just generally friendly and available if you needed them. Seen was a full complement of Nordstrom executives looking alternately proud and anxious, along with the inevitable scouts from other retailers curious to see what the new entrant is bringing to the game.
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Government officials and agency leaders are buzzing about a speech given last weekend in Chengdu by Liu Fan, vice minister of the State Administration of Industry and Commerce (SAIC), which regulates China’s ad market.Advertising is “fundamental to economic development and sustaining a harmonious society,” he said in Chengdu, and so the SAIC will incorporate that industry as a “pillar” of China’s economy in an important five year plan that goes into effect in January 2011.Until now, China’s government has largely regarded advertising as well as entertainment and media as a tool for propaganda, a way for the government to share state sanctioned news at home while selling China through soft power communication overseas.Mr. Liu’s speech suggested the government’s attitude is changing because it now sees the ad business as, well, a business. “China now recognizes advertising as a commercial activity,” said Alan Rutherford, the International Advertising Association’s London based chairman world president, while sipping jasmine tea in a smoky hotel lobby in Nanchang.