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“What the f— is happening to our business?’: As ad execs hit Cannes, New Yorker scribe Ken Auletta’s new book chronicles the i...
New Yorker author Ken Auletta's new book "Frenemies," which is hitting just as ad executives gather in Cannes for the industry's annual festival, provides a stark look at crises facing the business.
Facebook is letting users easily review e-commerce businesses that have run ads they've interacted with or seen recently. It's a bid to get rid of bad actors on the platform.
‘Let’s not forget that Craigslist destroyed local journalism’: not everyone is happy with the founder of Craigslist getting a school...
Craig Newmark is donating $20 million to the City University of New York (CUNY)'s journalism school, a move some journalists find ironic given how his company Craigslist wiped out ad revenue for local newspapers.
Federal judge Richard Leon will issue an opinion Tuesday on the US government's lawsuit to block an $85.4 billion merger between AT&T and Time Warner. Its not the first time AT&T sits at the center of industry reckoning antitrust decisions.
This LGBT vlogger is furious with YouTube for restricting his videos, stripping them of revenue, and targeting them with ‘anti-gay’ ads
In an interview with Business Insider, YouTube star Chase Ross said the homophobic ads around his videos were particularly troubling because they target vulnerable viewers. He blamed YouTube's algorithm for the problems, but said Google's video site is not taking the issue as seriously as it should.