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Multiple People Edit Google Place [Solved]

Why doesn’t Google Places allow access by multiple users? Transcript Today is more of a feature request. Um, it’s a question from the excellent Jonathan Hochman in Connecticut. Jonathan asks: “It’s not good for security when I have to ask clients to share their Google credentials with me so I can help edit their Google Places listings. Why doesn’t Google Places allow access by multiple users, like Google Webmaster Tools does?” Ok, well first off, I’m not responsible for Google Places so the best I can do is say, that’s a good feature request, I’ll pass it on to them. The way to think about these things is that typically there is a spectrum of sophistication, and how far along these things are developed. So, AdWords had the ability to you know, manage things on behalf of your clients relatively early on. Google Webmaster tools has done better about allowing delegation, but it’s still not perfect, but it’s a lot better than it was a little while ago. Google Places is even newer than Google Webmaster Tools, so it’ll probably take some time before they think about, you know, the ability to delegate, the ability to let you manage things on you’re clients behalf. Um, but just to put stuff in perspective, I was reading -Tamar Weinberg had written a letter about-she became an administrator of Fan Page on Facebook. And it looked like it was permanent; it didn’t look like you could change the administrator. So all of this … Continue reading

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The Forbes 2000 (all in one place)

The Forbes 2000 – all in one place! Note: the table below is sortable, just click on the headings to sort. Click again to sort the other direction Download this as an ms-excel file Check out my other datasets. The list includes the top 1800 U.S. Companies by sales, as well as the top fortune 1000 companies of 2009 , and the Forbes 2000. Rank Company Country Industry Sales ($bil) Profits ($bil) Assets ($bil) Market Vaue ($bil) 1 Citigroup United States Banking 146.56 21.54 1884.32 247.42 2 Bank of America United States Banking 116.57 21.13 1459.74 226.61 3 HSBC Holdings United Kingdom Banking 121.51 16.63 1860.76 202.29 4 General Electric United States Conglomerates 163.39 20.83 697.24 358.98 5 JPMorgan Chase United States Banking 99.3 14.44 1351.52 170.97 6 American Intl Group United States Insurance 113.19 14.01 979.41 174.47 7 ExxonMobil United States Oil & Gas Operations 335.09 39.5 223.95 410.65 8 Royal Dutch Shell Netherlands Oil & Gas Operations 318.85 25.44 232.31 208.25 9 UBS Switzerland Diversified Financials 105.59 9.78 1776.89 116.84 10 ING Group Netherlands Insurance 153.44 9.65 1615.05 93.99 11 BP United Kingdom Oil & Gas Operations 265.91 22.29 217.6 198.14 12 Toyota Motor Japan Consumer Durables 179.02 11.68 243.6 217.69 13 Royal Bank of Scotland United Kingdom Banking 77.41 12.51 1705.35 124.13 14 BNP Paribas France Banking 89.16 9.64 1898.19 97.03 15 Allianz Germany Insurance 125.33 8.81 1380.88 87.22 16 Berkshire Hathaway United States Diversified Financials 98.54 11.02 248.44 163.79 17 Wal-Mart Stores United States Retailing 348.65 … Continue reading

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2009 top fortune 1000 companies

Check out the 2009 top fortune 1000 companies – all in one place! Check out my other datasets. The list includes the top 1800 U.S. Companies by sales, as well as the top fortune 1000 companies of 2009 , and the Forbes 2000. Rank Name Revenues Profits 1 Exxon Mobil 442851 45220 2 Wal-Mart Stores 405607 13400 3 Chevron 263159 23931 4 ConocoPhillips 230764 -16998 5 General Electric 183207 17410 6 General Motors 148979 -30860 7 Ford Motor 146277 -14672 8 AT&T 124028 12867 9 Hewlett-Packard 118364 8329 10 Valero Energy 118298 -1131 11 Bank of America Corp. 113106 4008 12 Citigroup 112372 -27684 13 Berkshire Hathaway 107786 4994 14 International Business Machines 103630 12334 15 McKesson 101703 990 16 J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. 101491 5605 17 Verizon Communications 97354 6428 18 Cardinal Health 91091.4 1300.6 19 CVS Caremark 87471.9 3212.1 20 Procter & Gamble 83503 12075 21 UnitedHealth Group 81186 2977 22 Kroger 76000 1249.4 23 Marathon Oil 73504 3528 24 Costco Wholesale 72483 1282.7 25 Home Depot 71288 2260 26 AmerisourceBergen 70593.5 250.6 27 Archer Daniels Midland 69816 1802 28 Target 64948 2214 29 Johnson & Johnson 63747 12949 30 Morgan Stanley 62262 1707 31 State Farm Insurance Cos. 61343.4 -541.8 32 WellPoint 61251.1 2490.7 33 Dell 61101 2478 34 Boeing 60909 2672 35 Microsoft 60420 17681 36 Walgreen 59034 2157 37 United Technologies 58681 4689 38 Dow Chemical 57514 579 39 MetLife 55085 3209 40 Goldman Sachs Group 53579 2322 41 Sunoco 51652 776 41 Wells … Continue reading

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