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Houston Bui is a Digital Marketing Influencer who provides a leading business-level, SEO-first, full-service digital marketing agency name Anime Frame focused on creating true value and ROI for our clients via digital strategies coupled with real-time business concepts.

Houston has been featured in many reputable publications such as Forbes and Huffington Post .

He is a Founder and Principal of Anime Frame LLC in Chicago .

Currently, Houston provides a variety of services including, but not limited to:

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Houston Bui is a Digital Marketing Influencer who provides a leading business-level, SEO-first, full-service digital marketing agency name Anime Frame focused on creating true value and ROI for our clients via digital strategies coupled with real-time business concepts.

Houston has been featured in many reputable publications such as Forbes and Huffington Post .

He is a Founder and Principal of Anime Frame LLC in Chicago .

Currently, Houston provides a variety of services including, but not limited to:

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Matt Ouellette 2016-08-11

View photosMoreArianna Huffington, president and Editor-in-Chief of The Huffington Post Media Group attends a session at the World Economic Forum WEF in Davos January 25, 2014.

Reuters - Huffington Post co-founder Arianna Huffington said on Thursday she would step down as editor-in-chief of the online news site that bears her name to focus on running her new venture, health and wellness startup Thrive Global.

"Thrive Global's mission is to change the way we work & live by ending the collective delusion that burnout is a necessary price for success," she tweeted.

In June, Huffington, 66, who recently wrote books on health and sleep-related issues such as "Thrive" and "The Sleep Revolution," announced the upcoming launch of Thrive Global.

It will offer services to companies to improve the well being of employees by providing training, seminars, e-courses, coaching and other support.

Verizon Communications Inc owns the Huffington Post through AOL, which bought the liberal American online news aggregator and blog for $315 million in February 2011.

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James Mccullough 2016-08-11

Arianna Huffington, who co-founded the Huffington Post 11 years ago and built it into one of the largest digital media outlets in the U.S., says she will be leaving the company in the coming weeks to focus on a soon-to-launch startup dedicated to issues of health and wellness.

Ms. Huffington, who is 66 years old, had signed a new deal in June of last year to remain at the Huffington Post as president and editor-in-chief through 2019.

But she said the contract allowed her to launch the new company, Thrive Global, while continuing in her role at the site.

The matter appeared put to rest when she signed the new contract, but her future with the site came into question again when she announced two months ago that she would be launching a new venture.

Ms. Huffington has published a number of books focusing on health and sleep issues, such as Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom, and Wonder, and The Sleep Revolution: Transforming Your Life, One Night at a Time.

She had spent an increasing amount of time this year dedicated to giving lectures around the country on the subject and less time running the site.

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Raymond Powers 2017-03-21
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Uber CEO Travis Kalanick doesn't have to worry about his job

safety, according to board member Arianna Huffington.

Even as scandals pile up at the beleaguered

ride-hailing company, Huffington insists that Kalanick is on

solid footing from the board's perspective.

In a rare conference call with reporters on Tuesday, Huffington

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Michelle Briggs 2019-07-25
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Two of Uber's prominent board members are stepping down from the company's board of directors, according to filings with the US Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday evening: entrepreneur Arianna Huffington and Matt Cohler, a general partner at venture capital firm Benchmark.

Huffington also tweeted the news, saying her decision came about because of her increasing commitments as CEO of Thrive, the health and wellness company she founded.

"I will no longer be able to give my board duties the attention they deserve," she said.

"There were no disagreements whatsoever with the company that led to this decision," Huffington wrote in an email to Uber's board.

With the departures of Huffington and Cohler, Uber has lost three board members in the past two months.

Ryan Graves, Uber's first CEO, stepped down from the board in late May.

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Jeff Lusk 2016-08-11
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Today, our supreme high commander, Arianna Huffington, announced that she s stepping down as editor-in-chief to focus on her new venture, Thrive Global.

So, while the focus is on our wonderful site and all the wonderful people typing this sentence you re reading, I thought I d show you a few other editions of HuffPost that you probably didn t know existed.

An analysis of issues that matter to bros like you.

Find out about everything going on in the world right at 1 p.m. when you wake up.

HuffPost / Andy McDonald The Last Dragon

Every day, we provide an exciting new recipe for toast, plus expert analysis of just how empty your life is.

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Eric Erikson 2017-03-21
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"None of us would want to be judged by our worst moments provided we learn, we grow and we evolve," she said.

Uber board member and media mogul Arianna Huffington called chief executive Travis Kalanick the "heart and soul" of the company, saying the ride-sharing industry and the firm itself would not be here without him.

In an interview with CNN, Huffington said the 40-year-old executive has been changing and "evolving" amid the slew of scandals plaguing Uber in recent months.

Huffington is currently involved in an ongoing investigation into sexual harassment allegations by former engineer Susan Fowler.

In a scathing blog post last month, Fowler alleged systematic sexual harassment and a toxic work culture at Uber, describing the firm as an "organisation in complete, unrelenting chaos".

Huffington said she has spoken to hundreds of women at Uber and the firm's new head of human resources, Liane Hornsey, has held more than 120 listening sessions with both male and female employees about the changes they wish to see.

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Billy Clark 2016-11-09
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On every article about Donald Trump, The Huffington Post

used to put an editor's note at the end calling him a

With the presumptive victory of Trump as president of the US,

that note will now be removed.

Hadas Gold first reported the change.

The Huffington Post's Ryan Grim, head of its Washington

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Larry Armitage 2017-06-22
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Will the idea of augmented humanity become a trend as we rush to leverage cutting edge technology?

At the Emirates Stadium, home to Arsenal Football Club, the Microsoft Business Forward event included high ranking speakers from Microsoft, and some of those they work alongside such as LinkedIn and Renault Sports.

A stand out speaker was the formidable Arianna Huffington, co-founder of the Huffington Post, and previously the editor in chief of the title now owned by AOL.

Arianna Huffington has recently featured in the news because of the major changes at Uber, a company that she is on the board of, and was for a time the first and only woman.

Huffington focussed on the disruptive importance of augmented humanity in the future, tying in with the toxic workplace that has been so problematic at Uber.

“At the same time that we celebrate augmented reality, and all the different elements achieved, I would love us to start thinking about augmented humanity, because I feel that it is going to be a huge competitive advantage, and again most people don’t even know that they want it, but I predict that in the next couple of years, the businesses that also handle augmented humanity and have humanised their digital products are going to be the winners, and there is nothing any more amazing and disruptive than giving people something before they even know they need it.” Arianna Huffington said.

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Steven Restivo 2017-05-15
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p The series on wellness is sponsored by Sleep Number

In a way, you might say Arianna Huffington is hoping her new podcast will put you to sleep.

The series features the media mogul and sleep advocate talking with celebrities about how they balance their ambitions with getting enough rest.

And while interviews include actress Jennifer Aniston talking about her relationship with her phone and billionaire Mark Cuban talking about managing email and meetings, Huffington said the habits work for more than just the rich and the famous.

Huffington, who left her position as editor in chief of The Huffington Post in 2016 to found Thrive Global, has spent the past year building a team focused on helping individuals and companies set better boundaries for how they use technology before they burn out.

The podcast is produced by iHeartMedia in partnership with Sleep Number, which will use the series to promote its new 360 Smart Bed.

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Mark Maynard 2017-06-07
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Travis Kalanick has learned how to breathe.

Amid turmoil and scandal at Uber, the CEO of the ride-hailing startup has taken to moments of meditation in the office, according to board member Arianna Huffington.

But because Uber lacks rooms designated for such self contemplation, Kalanick has opted to pop into an available lactation room to find peace, Huffington said while speaking at the iCONIC conference in New York City on Wednesday.

"Literally, it was an amazing moment last week when we were in the office and he said, 'I really need to go meditate in order to be in a place to make good decisions right now,'" Huffington said at the conference, according to a CNBC account of her talk.

"And literally [he] went into a lactation room that happened to be open, because they don't have meditation rooms yet," said Huffington, who joined Uber's board in 2016.

"Travis returned and you could see the change in the way he was and the way he could process making decisions."

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Positive Worklife 2021-05-06
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Explore all about Huffington Post blog submissions.

Try the guidelines in detail.

Let us know your experience in comment.

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Glenn Vedder 2017-04-11
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Getting new audiences — including teenagers — to like The Huffington Post is a big priority for the publisher in 2017.

Rather than piping in Huffington Post content, for the first three months the page only posted images from Tumblr and Reddit (with permission).

The Huffington Post page amassed 20,000 followers in less than a month, two months ahead of its goal.

The Canceled Plans page now has more than 130,000 followers.

Now, the publisher has seven Facebook-only communities including Tomorrow, Inshallah (for millennial Muslims), Pack Light, Go Far (for women who love to travel) and There’s More to the Story (local politics).

“Why create content for an audience that you don’t have yet?”

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Antonio Barron 2016-11-18
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The Huffington Post is one of the most iconic media brands in the world.

It started off as an online platform for bloggers but grew to become a media money-spinner.

Founding editor Arianna Huffington has now stepped down to launch a new site called Thrive Global.

The BBC s Lerato Mbele met her to discuss shifts in the political, media and business landscapes.

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David Shiner 2016-09-15
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Peter Thiel could have a new title to add to his resume if Donald

Trump wins the presidency: Supreme Court justice.

According to a new report from Huffington Post's Ben Walsh, Trump has told

Thiel that he will nominate the billionaire tech

investor to the Supreme Court if he becomes president.

Huffington Post cites a person close to Thiel as the source of

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Houston Bui 2021-11-08
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Houston Bui is a Digital Marketing Influencer who provides a leading business-level, SEO-first, full-service digital marketing agency name Anime Frame focused on creating true value and ROI for our clients via digital strategies coupled with real-time business concepts.

Houston has been featured in many reputable publications such as Forbes and Huffington Post .

He is a Founder and Principal of Anime Frame LLC in Chicago .

Currently, Houston provides a variety of services including, but not limited to:

Matt Ouellette 2016-08-11

View photosMoreArianna Huffington, president and Editor-in-Chief of The Huffington Post Media Group attends a session at the World Economic Forum WEF in Davos January 25, 2014.

Reuters - Huffington Post co-founder Arianna Huffington said on Thursday she would step down as editor-in-chief of the online news site that bears her name to focus on running her new venture, health and wellness startup Thrive Global.

"Thrive Global's mission is to change the way we work & live by ending the collective delusion that burnout is a necessary price for success," she tweeted.

In June, Huffington, 66, who recently wrote books on health and sleep-related issues such as "Thrive" and "The Sleep Revolution," announced the upcoming launch of Thrive Global.

It will offer services to companies to improve the well being of employees by providing training, seminars, e-courses, coaching and other support.

Verizon Communications Inc owns the Huffington Post through AOL, which bought the liberal American online news aggregator and blog for $315 million in February 2011.

Raymond Powers 2017-03-21
img

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick doesn't have to worry about his job

safety, according to board member Arianna Huffington.

Even as scandals pile up at the beleaguered

ride-hailing company, Huffington insists that Kalanick is on

solid footing from the board's perspective.

In a rare conference call with reporters on Tuesday, Huffington

Jeff Lusk 2016-08-11
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Today, our supreme high commander, Arianna Huffington, announced that she s stepping down as editor-in-chief to focus on her new venture, Thrive Global.

So, while the focus is on our wonderful site and all the wonderful people typing this sentence you re reading, I thought I d show you a few other editions of HuffPost that you probably didn t know existed.

An analysis of issues that matter to bros like you.

Find out about everything going on in the world right at 1 p.m. when you wake up.

HuffPost / Andy McDonald The Last Dragon

Every day, we provide an exciting new recipe for toast, plus expert analysis of just how empty your life is.

Billy Clark 2016-11-09
img

On every article about Donald Trump, The Huffington Post

used to put an editor's note at the end calling him a

With the presumptive victory of Trump as president of the US,

that note will now be removed.

Hadas Gold first reported the change.

The Huffington Post's Ryan Grim, head of its Washington

Steven Restivo 2017-05-15
img

p The series on wellness is sponsored by Sleep Number

In a way, you might say Arianna Huffington is hoping her new podcast will put you to sleep.

The series features the media mogul and sleep advocate talking with celebrities about how they balance their ambitions with getting enough rest.

And while interviews include actress Jennifer Aniston talking about her relationship with her phone and billionaire Mark Cuban talking about managing email and meetings, Huffington said the habits work for more than just the rich and the famous.

Huffington, who left her position as editor in chief of The Huffington Post in 2016 to found Thrive Global, has spent the past year building a team focused on helping individuals and companies set better boundaries for how they use technology before they burn out.

The podcast is produced by iHeartMedia in partnership with Sleep Number, which will use the series to promote its new 360 Smart Bed.

Positive Worklife 2021-05-06
img

Explore all about Huffington Post blog submissions.

Try the guidelines in detail.

Let us know your experience in comment.

Antonio Barron 2016-11-18
img

The Huffington Post is one of the most iconic media brands in the world.

It started off as an online platform for bloggers but grew to become a media money-spinner.

Founding editor Arianna Huffington has now stepped down to launch a new site called Thrive Global.

The BBC s Lerato Mbele met her to discuss shifts in the political, media and business landscapes.

Houston Bui 2021-11-01
img

Houston Bui is a Digital Marketing Influencer who provides a leading business-level, SEO-first, full-service digital marketing agency name Anime Frame focused on creating true value and ROI for our clients via digital strategies coupled with real-time business concepts.

Houston has been featured in many reputable publications such as Forbes and Huffington Post .

He is a Founder and Principal of Anime Frame LLC in Chicago .

Currently, Houston provides a variety of services including, but not limited to:

James Mccullough 2016-08-11

Arianna Huffington, who co-founded the Huffington Post 11 years ago and built it into one of the largest digital media outlets in the U.S., says she will be leaving the company in the coming weeks to focus on a soon-to-launch startup dedicated to issues of health and wellness.

Ms. Huffington, who is 66 years old, had signed a new deal in June of last year to remain at the Huffington Post as president and editor-in-chief through 2019.

But she said the contract allowed her to launch the new company, Thrive Global, while continuing in her role at the site.

The matter appeared put to rest when she signed the new contract, but her future with the site came into question again when she announced two months ago that she would be launching a new venture.

Ms. Huffington has published a number of books focusing on health and sleep issues, such as Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom, and Wonder, and The Sleep Revolution: Transforming Your Life, One Night at a Time.

She had spent an increasing amount of time this year dedicated to giving lectures around the country on the subject and less time running the site.

Michelle Briggs 2019-07-25
img

Two of Uber's prominent board members are stepping down from the company's board of directors, according to filings with the US Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday evening: entrepreneur Arianna Huffington and Matt Cohler, a general partner at venture capital firm Benchmark.

Huffington also tweeted the news, saying her decision came about because of her increasing commitments as CEO of Thrive, the health and wellness company she founded.

"I will no longer be able to give my board duties the attention they deserve," she said.

"There were no disagreements whatsoever with the company that led to this decision," Huffington wrote in an email to Uber's board.

With the departures of Huffington and Cohler, Uber has lost three board members in the past two months.

Ryan Graves, Uber's first CEO, stepped down from the board in late May.

Eric Erikson 2017-03-21
img

"None of us would want to be judged by our worst moments provided we learn, we grow and we evolve," she said.

Uber board member and media mogul Arianna Huffington called chief executive Travis Kalanick the "heart and soul" of the company, saying the ride-sharing industry and the firm itself would not be here without him.

In an interview with CNN, Huffington said the 40-year-old executive has been changing and "evolving" amid the slew of scandals plaguing Uber in recent months.

Huffington is currently involved in an ongoing investigation into sexual harassment allegations by former engineer Susan Fowler.

In a scathing blog post last month, Fowler alleged systematic sexual harassment and a toxic work culture at Uber, describing the firm as an "organisation in complete, unrelenting chaos".

Huffington said she has spoken to hundreds of women at Uber and the firm's new head of human resources, Liane Hornsey, has held more than 120 listening sessions with both male and female employees about the changes they wish to see.

Larry Armitage 2017-06-22
img

Will the idea of augmented humanity become a trend as we rush to leverage cutting edge technology?

At the Emirates Stadium, home to Arsenal Football Club, the Microsoft Business Forward event included high ranking speakers from Microsoft, and some of those they work alongside such as LinkedIn and Renault Sports.

A stand out speaker was the formidable Arianna Huffington, co-founder of the Huffington Post, and previously the editor in chief of the title now owned by AOL.

Arianna Huffington has recently featured in the news because of the major changes at Uber, a company that she is on the board of, and was for a time the first and only woman.

Huffington focussed on the disruptive importance of augmented humanity in the future, tying in with the toxic workplace that has been so problematic at Uber.

“At the same time that we celebrate augmented reality, and all the different elements achieved, I would love us to start thinking about augmented humanity, because I feel that it is going to be a huge competitive advantage, and again most people don’t even know that they want it, but I predict that in the next couple of years, the businesses that also handle augmented humanity and have humanised their digital products are going to be the winners, and there is nothing any more amazing and disruptive than giving people something before they even know they need it.” Arianna Huffington said.

Mark Maynard 2017-06-07
img

Travis Kalanick has learned how to breathe.

Amid turmoil and scandal at Uber, the CEO of the ride-hailing startup has taken to moments of meditation in the office, according to board member Arianna Huffington.

But because Uber lacks rooms designated for such self contemplation, Kalanick has opted to pop into an available lactation room to find peace, Huffington said while speaking at the iCONIC conference in New York City on Wednesday.

"Literally, it was an amazing moment last week when we were in the office and he said, 'I really need to go meditate in order to be in a place to make good decisions right now,'" Huffington said at the conference, according to a CNBC account of her talk.

"And literally [he] went into a lactation room that happened to be open, because they don't have meditation rooms yet," said Huffington, who joined Uber's board in 2016.

"Travis returned and you could see the change in the way he was and the way he could process making decisions."

Glenn Vedder 2017-04-11
img

Getting new audiences — including teenagers — to like The Huffington Post is a big priority for the publisher in 2017.

Rather than piping in Huffington Post content, for the first three months the page only posted images from Tumblr and Reddit (with permission).

The Huffington Post page amassed 20,000 followers in less than a month, two months ahead of its goal.

The Canceled Plans page now has more than 130,000 followers.

Now, the publisher has seven Facebook-only communities including Tomorrow, Inshallah (for millennial Muslims), Pack Light, Go Far (for women who love to travel) and There’s More to the Story (local politics).

“Why create content for an audience that you don’t have yet?”

David Shiner 2016-09-15
img

Peter Thiel could have a new title to add to his resume if Donald

Trump wins the presidency: Supreme Court justice.

According to a new report from Huffington Post's Ben Walsh, Trump has told

Thiel that he will nominate the billionaire tech

investor to the Supreme Court if he becomes president.

Huffington Post cites a person close to Thiel as the source of