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Oreo Gets Political With a New Ad Days Before the Election

Over the weekend, you may have seen a story in the Wall Street Journal that profiled next door neighbors with opposing political views. Despite their

Twitter Reports Huge Revenue Gains As User Growth Stalls

The money is rolling in briskly at Twitter these days, but they're having a tough time getting more folks on the platform. Twitter brought in

Alphabet’s Q3 Revenues Top $46 Billion as It Faces Mounting Regulatory Headwinds

After an earnings blip in the previous quarter and the looming travails of an antitrust probe, Google-parent Alphabet posted its Q3 revenues of $46.2 billion

LinkedIn Begins Rolling Out Career Explorer Tool

LinkedIn's new "Let's Step Forward" spot takes on the stigmas surrounding unemployment, and the professional network rolled out some new features and updates Thursday to

Advertiser Boycott Had Little Effect on Facebook’s Q3 2020 Revenue, Which Rose 22%

Whatever effect the monthlong boycott of advertising on Facebook in July by dozens of large brands may have had on the company's third quarter revenue

Exaggerated Emotions and Original Audio Lead to More Effective TikTok Ads, Report Finds

While TikTok has seen explosive growth among homebound new users during the pandemic, the juggernaut social platform still remains uncharted territory for many marketers. A

Just Days Before the Election, Facebook’s Political Ads System Still Isn’t Fully Fixed

Two days after a bug ravaged Facebook's political ads system, some advertisers are still seeing their ads deactivated. Political ad buyers and operatives who bought

Cruise Lines Tout Deals Even Though It’s Still Not Clear When They’ll Sail

Norwegian Cruise Line can't tell travelers when its ships will resume sailing in North America, but when they do, drinks are on the house. Kids?

Burger King France Is Inviting Trick-or-Treaters to Dress Up Their Cars for a Discount

While dressing up and making rounds in the neighborhood for candy may not be safe this year, Burger King France is encouraging customers to step

Netflix Hikes US Prices Following Pandemic-Fueled Subscriber Surge

Streaming giant Netflix is raising its prices in the U.S. The service will increase the cost of its standard plan by $1 from $13 a