How The Points Guy became the finance industry’s best content marketing channel

Content marketing is hot in finance, but it’s a blog about airport lounge access rules and retired airliners that’s become the industry’s favorite way to go to market. It’s called The Points Guy, a blog started by a former Morgan Stanley recruiter when he started flying all over the country looking for new talent. Fast forward seven years and the blog, known as TPG among loyalists, is read by a healthy few million a month — and has become the favorite content marketing channel for big banks. The site is…

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Nintendo fires woman who became online target

A female Nintendo employee has been fired after months of harassment from gamers who blamed her for censorship—but the company says her firing has nothing to do with her being targeted by the “GamerGate” campaign, the Verge reports. “I am no longer a good, safe representative of Nintendo, and my employment has been terminated,” Seattle-based worker Alison Rapp tweeted on Wednesday, adding that the last few months have been a “whirlwind” of controversy and harassment. Nintendo says Rapp was fired for moonlighting, which is against company policy, not because of an anti-Rapp campaign led…

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