Day: June 4, 2021

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Workplace From Facebook Refreshes Its Brand Identity

Enterprise platform Workplace From Facebook unveiled a refreshed brand identity Friday, adopting iris as its new primary color. The new look was developed by Workplace

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Facebook Bans Donald Trump Through at Least Jan. 7, 2023

Facebook responded to the ruling on former President Donald Trump by its independent content oversight board, paving the way for his potential return to Facebook

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This Health Brand’s New Film Is a Meditative Love Letter to the Trans and Queer Community

As Pride Month kicks off this year, many brands are again facing well-deserved accusations of "rainbow-washing" and insincerity from the LGBTQ+ activists and allies. Because

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Group Nine Media’s DTC Ad Solution Has Generated 7 Figures So Far

Group Nine Media, publisher of NowThis, PopSugar, The Dodo, Thrillist and Seeker, is making a play for direct-response ad budgets, and it's seeing encouraging early

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Criteo’s New Look Signals the Rise of Retail Media

Criteo unveiled a new look logo this week coinciding with its annual investor day where the ad-tech company aimed to telegraph its resilience given the

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Linktree and Spring Team Up to Give Creators More Social Commerce Tools

Spring, the merch ecommerce company formerly known as TeeSpring, and link-in-bio service Linktree have announced a new agreement that allows digital creators to host virtual

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How Snacks.com Is Showing Frito-Lay What Shoppers Actually Want

Delaney, a 24-year-old woman living in Texas, hadn't heard about Frito-Lay's direct-to-consumer platform Snacks.com until her brother's girlfriend told her about it last Christmas. Interested,

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UK, EU Level Antitrust Probes on Facebook

Facebook is yet again feeling the tight grip of antitrust regulation. Top line The platform is facing another set of investigations from U.K. watchdog the

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Why Krispy Kreme Isn’t Worried About the Haters

It's National Donut Day, which means free donut offers abound from the usual suspects, including Dunkin', Krispy Kreme and Tim Hortons. (This year, even frozen

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Americans Are Ready to Get Back to the Gym

Since the pandemic hit early last year, Americans have been participating in online workout sessions, ordering new fitness equipment and gear to their homes and