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FANGed: Why Murdoch may sell Fox

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When Rupert Murdoch unofficially hung the for sale sign on his empire’s prized assets this week, it was confirmation that the mogul had been “FANGed”.

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Western Australian power banker joins EY

It has been a busy week for former Macquarie Capital senior banker and and now Reserve Bank of Australia board member Mark Barnaba.

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Saputo launches its charm offensive

Lino Saputo, Jr the boss of Canada’s dairy giant Saputo Inc says he does not see any potential issues with the competition regulator.

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Low expectations about Canberra circus

The boss of Harvey Norman says shoppers already have such low opinions of politicians that the citizenship crisis hasn’t knocked confidence levels.

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How Appleby’s Australian plan failed

Why the law firm at the centre of the Paradise Papers leaks abandoned an attempt to set up a Sydney beachhead.

Judge blasts ‘unethical’, ‘dishonest’ ANZ, NAB

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A judge has blasted ANZ and NAB for gross departures from basic standards of commercial decency, for which the banks will pay $50 million ea.

Double Irish schemes ‘unrealistic’, ATO warns

  • Neil Chenoweth

The Tax Office has hit out at “ineffective and unrealistic” schemes being promoted to US companies identified in the Paradise Papers to set .

Banks to launch mining-style ad campaign

  • James Eyers

A new “banks belong to you” campaign will remind Australians that 80pc of bank profits are returned to them via dividends.

Reynolds loses battle over unpaid settlement

  • Vesna Poljak
  • Patrick Commins

The NSW Supreme Court recorded a judgment against David Reynolds and Attis Capital in a dispute brought by Faye Mary Parker, the mother of f.

How ACCC’s NBN changes could really shake up telcos

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  • Peter Moon

The ACCC’s NBN push should shake up a tightly controlled sector where wholesalers withhold crucial data from smaller service providers.

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COMMENTARY: Save protected areas from mining

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Lunenburg native wins Startup Canada’s Young Entrepreneur Award

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Blueberry growers face price crisis

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How Canada turned to Mexico to fend off TPP pressure from Japan, Australia

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VIDEO: Canada’s decision to decline TPP agreement shouldn’t have been surprise: Trudeau

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Asia-Pacific forum sticks to free-trade gospel despite Trump

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US cities, states defy Trump, still back Paris climate deal

Newcap Radio buys two New Glasgow stations

BUSINESS BOOKSHELF: The Power of Trust

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Weinstein’s Impact: List of men accused of sexual misconduct

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Crocs, Dawgs decade-long legal battle over clogs moves to Canadian courts

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

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Sherritt to transfer part ownership of Madagascar mine to settled debt woes

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Cominar looking for Sears replacements after toiling to fill Target locations

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Ottawa’s plan for excise tax on medical marijuana draws ire of patients, producers

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Trudeau embrace of TPP could hurt tough NAFTA talks with Trump: experts

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Alberta puts up $40M to help workers transition during coal-power phase-out

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Auckland restaurants to pay nearly $200,000 for employment breaches

2 November 2017

A Labour Inspectorate investigation has uncovered employment breaches in a series of connected Asian restaurants in Auckland, who now must pay nearly $200,000.

Chinese newspaper to pay more than $140,000 for employment breaches

2 November 2017

A prominent Chinese New Zealand newspaper must pay more than $140,000 for employment breaches following a Labour Inspectorate investigation.

174-184 MHz – Land Mobile Radio technical consultation

30 October 2017

The Minister for Communications decided new uses for the former analogue television Band III (174-230 MHz) in April 2017, following a review of options for allocating the frequencies in this band.

Tourism spending data for September 2017 released

26 October 2017

The latest Monthly Regional Tourism Estimates released by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) today show that tourism expenditure grew in most regions over the year to September 2017.

Inspectorate warns businesses that poor assurances can endanger brands

25 October 2017

The Labour Inspectorate is calling for large brands and franchisors to take a stronger hand in ensuring those at the bottom of their supply chain receive what they’re owed.


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COMMENTARY: Save protected areas from mining

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Lunenburg native wins Startup Canada’s Young Entrepreneur Award

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Blueberry growers face price crisis

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VIDEO: Canada’s decision to decline TPP agreement shouldn’t have been surprise: Trudeau

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Asia-Pacific forum sticks to free-trade gospel despite Trump

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US cities, states defy Trump, still back Paris climate deal

Newcap Radio buys two New Glasgow stations

BUSINESS BOOKSHELF: The Power of Trust

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Weinstein’s Impact: List of men accused of sexual misconduct

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Crocs, Dawgs decade-long legal battle over clogs moves to Canadian courts

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

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Sherritt to transfer part ownership of Madagascar mine to settled debt woes

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Cominar looking for Sears replacements after toiling to fill Target locations

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Ottawa’s plan for excise tax on medical marijuana draws ire of patients, producers

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Trudeau embrace of TPP could hurt tough NAFTA talks with Trump: experts

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Alberta puts up $40M to help workers transition during coal-power phase-out

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Trump pushes ‘America first’ during tough trade talk in Asia

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COMMENTARY: Save protected areas from mining

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Lunenburg native wins Startup Canada’s Young Entrepreneur Award

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Blueberry growers face price crisis

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VIDEO: Canada’s decision to decline TPP agreement shouldn’t have been surprise: Trudeau

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Asia-Pacific forum sticks to free-trade gospel despite Trump

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US cities, states defy Trump, still back Paris climate deal

Newcap Radio buys two New Glasgow stations

BUSINESS BOOKSHELF: The Power of Trust

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Weinstein’s Impact: List of men accused of sexual misconduct

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Crocs, Dawgs decade-long legal battle over clogs moves to Canadian courts

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

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Sherritt to transfer part ownership of Madagascar mine to settled debt woes

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Cominar looking for Sears replacements after toiling to fill Target locations

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Ottawa’s plan for excise tax on medical marijuana draws ire of patients, producers

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Trudeau embrace of TPP could hurt tough NAFTA talks with Trump: experts

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Alberta puts up $40M to help workers transition during coal-power phase-out

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Trump pushes ‘America first’ during tough trade talk in Asia

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Taste Radio Ep. 83: How Saffron Road Excels At Meeting Millennial Mouths; Forto CEO Takes His Best (Coffee) Shot

BevNET Live: Distill Ventures to Speak; Agenda Posted

Powerful Raises $4M, Plans to Launch Water Smoothie

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Review: Genius Goes Back to Its Roots as a Coconut Smoothie

Announced back in August, Genius Coconut Smoothie is a throwback to the company’s original product offering.

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Press Clips: Paris Gets Sparkling Water Fountains; Rumors Link JAB to Dunkin

In this Press Clips roundup, a city-wide project to install public sparkling water fountains across Paris is underway, while elsewhere The Washington Post reports on Coke Zero Sugar’s impact on the diet soda market.

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Fewer than 30 Days Until BevNET Live in Santa Monica; Register Today

Don’t miss your chance to stay at the Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel! Registering now grants access to the discounted room block, which will soon sell out. Taking place on Dec. 4+5, the leading U.S. beverage industry conference will attract hundreds of industry professionals representing more than 150 beverage brands. The agenda will feature successful brand Founders/CEOs, highly-regarded consultants, expert investors, and more.

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People Moves: Exclusive Beverage Founder Joins Jones Soda

Steve Gress joins Jones Soda as executive vice president of U.S. sales; IZZE co-founder becomes advisor at Top Note Tonics; John Blackington enters hemp-infused market with role at Rocky Mountain High Brands; Former Coke, Juicero VP joins Koia

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Review: GT’s Kombucha Living in Gratitude Seasonal

Continuing with the theme of limited edition flavors that started with their 20th anniversary flavor, launched back in 2015, GT’s Kombucha has recently released a 2017 Fall seasonal flavor called “Living in Gratitude.”

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Dairy Farmers of America Acquires Cumberland Dairy

Dairy cooperative Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) announced last week that it had acquired New Jersey-based Cumberland Dairy, a family-owned producer of ultra-pasteurized food and beverage products, for an undisclosed sum.

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KonaRed Closes Capital Raise With Venice Brands

Hawaiian coffee company KonaRed has closed a “significant capital raise” from venture capital fund Venice Brands, which will be directed towards supporting sales, marketing and distribution of the brand’s range of coffee products.

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Plant-Based Brands Lobby Against Dairy Pride Act

Last week, representatives from dairy alternative producers including MALK, Good Karma Foods, New Barn and Oatly traveled to Washington to argue against the Dairy Pride Act.

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Quietly Building, Cascadia Capital Starts to Spread Its Bets

In order to distinguish themselves within the highly competitive food and beverage space, Seattle-based investment firm Cascadia Capital must identify the right opportunities — and get to them before their rivals do.

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Review: Poppilu Lemonades

Poppilu is a line of all natural lemonades that is attempting to position itself as an antioxidant lemonade that’s “bold on citrus, not on sugar.”

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Only 30 Days until the Beverage Industry’s Leading Conference, BevNET Live

In just one month over 500 beverage industry entrepreneurs and experts, including more than 150 beverage brands, will converge on the Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel in Santa Monica, Calif. for BevNET Live Winter 2017. For two and a half days they will examine the current market, collaborate and identify the leading edge, and predict where the industry is headed.

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NACS 2017 Video: Protein2O s Bob Kral Wants to ‘Grow Categories’

Following a capital raise of $4 million, Protein2O is looking to grow the protein and enhanced water categories with a product that unites the best of both worlds.

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Taste Radio Ep. 82: Soylent Co-Founder John Coogan: “A Voracious Appetite for Data Served Us Very Well”

Episode 82 features an interview with Soylent co-founder John Coogan. We also speak with Olivia Ku, an influential food and lifestyle blogger and the creator of LoveHealthOK. And in this week’s edition of Elevator Talk, we chat it up with Shayne Malone, the founder and CEO of Zavu.

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Starbucks Announces TAZO Sale to Unilever

Starbucks Corporation today announced an agreement to sell the TAZO tea brand to Unilever for $384 million, a move that will allow the Seattle-based coffee giant to focus on supporting its other premium tea brand, Teavana.

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Review: Caskai Sparkling Cascara

Cascara beverages, which are made from the dried husk of the fruit that surrounds the coffee bean, are growing in number, although consumer adoption still seems very much at its infancy.


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Alcon to invest $97 million in Johns Creek expansion

ATLANTA, November 9, 2017 —Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that Alcon, a leading eye care manufacturing company and a division of Novartis, will invest

Georgia’s tourism industry generates record $60.8 billion in economic impact

ATLANTA, November 2, 2017 —Gov. Nathan Deal today recognized several of the state’s top tourism professionals at the 2017 Georgia Governor’s Tourism Conference on Jekyll

Amazon to create more than 500 jobs in Macon

ATLANTA, October 31, 2017 —Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that Amazon.com, Inc. will create more than 500 full-time jobs at a new fulfillment center in

Georgia’s Workforce Helps Make Us the #1 State for Business.

Learn How Georgia’s Workforce is Helping Industries Thrive All Across the State

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Georgia Is Camera Ready

Film and TV productions in Georgia enjoy lower costs and higher production values with huge tax savings, state-of-the-art facilities and a large, established crew base.

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Tourism is Booming in Georgia

Tourism drives significant economic growth for all companies operating in Georgia. A $58.9 billion industry for the state, tourism creates new infrastructure, spurs job growth, and provides a rich quality of life for our residents. Georgia’s energetic and lively cities, relaxing coastal destinations and scenic mountain ranges attract visitors and companies from all over the world as a Pretty.Sweet. place to live, work and play.

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COMMENTARY: Save protected areas from mining

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Lunenburg native wins Startup Canada’s Young Entrepreneur Award

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Blueberry growers face price crisis

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VIDEO: Canada’s decision to decline TPP agreement shouldn’t have been surprise: Trudeau

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Asia-Pacific forum sticks to free-trade gospel despite Trump

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US cities, states defy Trump, still back Paris climate deal

Newcap Radio buys two New Glasgow stations

BUSINESS BOOKSHELF: The Power of Trust

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Weinstein’s Impact: List of men accused of sexual misconduct

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Crocs, Dawgs decade-long legal battle over clogs moves to Canadian courts

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

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Sherritt to transfer part ownership of Madagascar mine to settled debt woes

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Cominar looking for Sears replacements after toiling to fill Target locations

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Ottawa’s plan for excise tax on medical marijuana draws ire of patients, producers

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Trudeau embrace of TPP could hurt tough NAFTA talks with Trump: experts

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Alberta puts up $40M to help workers transition during coal-power phase-out

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Trump pushes ‘America first’ during tough trade talk in Asia

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COMMENTARY: Save protected areas from mining

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Lunenburg native wins Startup Canada’s Young Entrepreneur Award

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Blueberry growers face price crisis

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How Canada turned to Mexico to fend off TPP pressure from Japan, Australia

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VIDEO: Canada’s decision to decline TPP agreement shouldn’t have been surprise: Trudeau

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Asia-Pacific forum sticks to free-trade gospel despite Trump

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US cities, states defy Trump, still back Paris climate deal

Newcap Radio buys two New Glasgow stations

BUSINESS BOOKSHELF: The Power of Trust

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Weinstein’s Impact: List of men accused of sexual misconduct

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Crocs, Dawgs decade-long legal battle over clogs moves to Canadian courts

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

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Sherritt to transfer part ownership of Madagascar mine to settled debt woes

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Cominar looking for Sears replacements after toiling to fill Target locations

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Ottawa’s plan for excise tax on medical marijuana draws ire of patients, producers

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Trudeau embrace of TPP could hurt tough NAFTA talks with Trump: experts

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Alberta puts up $40M to help workers transition during coal-power phase-out

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Facebook Rotational Product Manager Program

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

The Facebook RPM program is a community of builders who are given the unique opportunity to create products that help billions of people share and connect with each other. Our mission is to develop future product leaders by empowering, mentoring, and enabling them to build and learn across a variety of products across Facebook. Our values are:

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IMPACT

RPMs work on high priority products that impact over 2 billion people who use Facebook to share and connect with each other. During their 3 rotations, RPMs may own creating a product vision, setting roadmaps, prioritizing goals and analyzing data to measure success. RPMs collaborate with engineers, designers and data analysts to build world-class social tools.

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Growth

Learning and development is key to the program. On each project rotation, RPMs work closely with experienced PM mentors to develop the skills needed to become successful Product Managers and leaders at Facebook. RPMs also learn from each other, acting as sounding boards to pitch and test out new ideas.

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COMMUNITY

RPMs form a tight, cohesive community within Facebook. They come from a variety of backgrounds and industries, creating unique opportunities for learning and collaboration. In addition to a strong professional community, RPMs also become great friends outside of work.

Impact

Impact

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Joshua Mensah (Rpm ’16)

I was on the Civic Engagement team for my second rotation. I worked with our media partners and infrastructure teams to ensure we had capacity as the world watched presidential debates on Facebook Live. I also worked on notifications and News Feed units to offer voter registration and early voting reminders. On election day, we had voting notifications and offered information on polling places and what to bring. After the election, we helped people find their newly elected officials.

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Jasmine xu (Rpm ’16)

I was a PM on Instagram comments during my first rotation. I shipped new comment tools such as the ability to like comments or disable comments altogether. These tools deter bullying and harassment – People should feel comfortable sharing their everyday moments on Instagram. In less than four months, we made an idea into a reality for over 600 million people.

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Laura Daigneau (RPM ’16)

In my first rotation, we launched a new surface to help millions of small and medium-sized business (SMB) advertisers around the world better manage advertising campaigns. We want our ads management products easy to use and effective especially for SMBs – This includes hair salons, and doctors’ offices.

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Sameera Salari (RPM ’16)

I could not be happier with the mentorship in the RPM program. What I really love in particular is the dynamic between your RPM manager, who supports your growth over the course of the 18-month program, and Operating Product Manager (OPM), your day-to-day mentor who you work closely with on each project.

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Howard Akumiah (RPM ’15)

So much of being a PM is guiding a room of people to come to a consensus on what we should build. In my last rotation on Lightweight Interfaces, my team wanted to change the tool most advertisers used to create ads, and in doing so, introduce a brand new ad format to News Feed This posed a problem: How do we achieve our goal of satisfying advertisers and still respect core News Feed mechanics?

Addressing this meant mediating multiple design iterations across two separate teams. I worked closely with design and data science from LWI and News Feed to come up with a product that met both teams’ needs. Once we had a design that we liked I built support around it from various stakeholders so we could ship it to the world.

The RPM program provided me with an unparalleled opportunity to work on meaningful cross-functional projects that allowed me to hone my negotiation skills!

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Alex plutzer (rpm ’16)

I spearheaded a new program called RPM Tiny Lunches – Every couple of weeks, I’d arrange lunch with 3 RPMs and an executive. We met with VPs of Product across Facebook, the CEO of Instagram, and Facebook’s head of marketing.


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