Carnival Cruise Line Hosts Seuss-a-Palooza Event Abroad Carnival Fantasy In Mobile For Kids From the YMCA of South Alabama

Cruise line makes $20,000 donation to YMCA in honor of relationship with homeport community
Press Release

MIAMI, July 25, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Carnival Cruise Line celebrated its partnership with the Port of Mobile and greater Mobile community by hosting a Seuss-a-Palooza event for kids attending the YMCA of South Alabama Summer Camp program.

Scale the Technology Now: Separating Content and Technology in Digital Health

By Carolyn Moore

At this year’s Global Digital Health Forum, I was excited to see the range of ways that digital tools are helping us move towards a healthier world. Despite the variation in the types of programs presented, two questions came up in nearly every conference session.

Read more on mPowering Health.

Bloomberg & Pritzker: Africa Could Be the Great Economic Success of This Century


Originally posted on Huffington Post.

Michael R Bloomberg
Fmr. three-term mayor of New York City; Founder of Bloomberg Philanthropies and Bloomberg LP

Sec. Penny Pritzker
U.S. Secretary of Commerce

At Industry Conference, Publishers Vent About Power of Social Media Companies

This is about the survival of quality journalism in the future

Originally posted on Ad Age.

"The damage that the platforms ... can do to journalism and to news is pretty profound," said M. Scott Havens, Bloomberg Media's global head of digital, who spoke Wednesday.

He attributed altruistic motives to companies like Facebook and Snapchat, which have linked up with media companies to host their content and share some of the advertising revenue from it. "I think the platforms are trying to help us," he said. "I really do."

UNHCR, Accenture Study Finds Internet, Mobile Connectivity a Lifeline for Refugees

Press Release

GENEVA and ARLINGTON, Va., September 16, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Refugees view access to a mobile phone and internet as being critical to their safety and security and essential for keeping in touch with loved ones. Many refugees regard a connected device as being as vital to them as food, water or shelter, according to a new report from UNHCR- the UN Refugee Agency- and Accenture (NYSE: ACN).

Most Useful Mobile Apps for EHS Managers


Managing compliance is a full-time job and to do it well, EHS managers need to have the right tools. We’ve put together a list of apps that we like (and use ourselves) to make EHS management a little easier.

We've broken our list down into three categories: EHS-Specific Apps, General Business Apps, and Travel Apps (for those EHS managers who are on the road a lot visiting mulitple sites.) Read the list on the Antea Group blog.

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High School Students Drive Others to Take the It Can Wait Pledge

By Karla Riker

High school students across the nation are putting down their phones – at least while they are behind the wheel – and urging people, young and old, to join them in taking the It Can Wait pledge, a promise to refrain from texting, emailing, posting or surfing the web while driving.

Laborlink Receives First Ever Best Social Enterprise Award

Ethical Corporation's Responsible Business Awards Recognize Growing Importance of Technology-Driven Worker Engagement
Press Release

LONDON, September 30, 2015 /3BL Media/ — Laborlink was presented the first ever Best Social Enterprise award for its mission to improve working conditions in the supply chains of our favorite apparel and electronics brands. Now in its 6th year, the Ethical Corporation’s Responsible Business Awards are a truly international affair, honoring responsible business practice from around the world.

Is That A Doctor In Your Pocket?

By: Gabe Brambila

“Daddy, I don’t feel well.”

Few things strike at a parent’s heart more than those five words. Even worse when uttered in the middle of the night, as my daughter did last week. She had a low-grade fever and her pediatrician’s office was closed, though it wasn’t quite serious enough to go to the ER. Still wanting medical consultation, we drove to an after-hours clinic where a doctor could see her.


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