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MarketWatch
Google and Its Partners Will Issue Refunds to Advertisers Over Fake Traffic
The Wall Street Journal • Jack Marshall
Amazon Flubs 'Targeted' Messages; Seth Demsey Moves On From AOL
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The Data Digest: eCommerce May Be The Only Way To Challenge The Google/Facebook Duopoly
Forrester Research • Brandon Verblow
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TechCrunch • Anthony Ha
Google Home Mini Set to Debut Next Month
Fortune Magazine • Barb Darrow
Twitter board: Johnston out, Pichette in
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Warner Bros. releases second toy-based feature in seven months Films built on kids’ building blocks are key part of slate When Warner Bros.’ Chief Executive Kevin Tsujihara laid out his vision for the studio’s film business in 2014, movies based on Lego...
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Comic: Tinkering
AdExchangerNate Neal
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The Wall Street Journal: Google, partners to refund advertisers over fake traffic on Doubleclick
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Bloomberg News Google confirmed Thursday it will issue refunds for ads bought through its systems that ran on websites with fake traffic, and said a handful of its partners have agreed to do the same. The Wall Street Journal reported in August...
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Google and Its Partners Will Issue Refunds to Advertisers Over Fake Traffic
The Wall Street JournalJack Marshall
Alphabet Inc.’s GOOGL 0.00% Google confirmed Thursday it will issue refunds for ads bought through its systems that ran on websites with fake traffic, and said a handful of its partners have agreed to do the same. reported in August that Google...
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Amazon Flubs 'Targeted' Messages; Seth Demsey Moves On From AOL
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Here’s today’s .com news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. Swing And A MissAmazon came under fire Tuesday for a “technical glitch” that inadvertently delivered baby gift registry alerts to men and non-pregnant women alike, resulting in a light-hearted tweet...
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The Data Digest: eCommerce May Be The Only Way To Challenge The Google/Facebook Duopoly
Forrester ResearchBrandon Verblow
As will be no surprise to advertising industry watchers, the duopoly of Google and Facebook once again demonstrated its dominance of the ad market following the release of their Q2 2017 earnings results. According to Forrester’s just launched Digital Marketing Tracker report,...
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Former AOL exec Seth Demsey joins Revcontent as an advisor
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As content recommendation company Revcontent plans to unveil new tools for online publishers, it’s also working with former AOL Platforms CTO Seth Demsey to develop its broader strategy. Demsey left his role running adtech at AOL (which owns TechCrunch) over the summer,...
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Google Home Mini Set to Debut Next Month
Fortune MagazineBarb Darrow
apparently has more up its sleeve for its a Pixel 2 smartphone. The company is reportedly set to announce a new "mini-me" version of its Google Home connected speaker at the same time. Google Home Mini looks like a squished version of...
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Twitter board: Johnston out, Pichette in
Seeking AlphaJason Aycock
PepsiCo CFO Hugh Johnston is departing the board of directors at Twitter (TWTR +0.9%) to take a new role on the board at Microsoft (MSFT +0.4%), and Twitter is adding Google ex Patrick Pichette as a new director. Johnston has served on...
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Former Google CFO joins Twitter board, PepsiCo exec to depart
MarketWatchOwens
Former Google Inc. Chief Financial Officer Patrick Pichette is joining the board of Twitter Inc. , as PepsiCo Inc. CFO Hugh Johnston leaves to join the board of Microsoft Corp. . Pichette resigned from Google in 2015 after serving as CFO of...
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