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'I would question the ethical integrity of an editorial team that answers to Mark Zuckerberg': A former member of Facebook's Trending team weighs in on the company's latest effort to tackle news


Nanigans hangs a for-sale sign, Viacom joins CBS, Facebook preps its news tab


Facebook is looking for journalists with 'excellent news judgment' to run its forthcoming news section



Barton F. Graf's ripple effect over Madison Avenue, Instagram's privacy practices, and Foursquare pitch deck


Barstool Sports' Dave Portnoy threatened to fire employees in anti-unionization tweets and challenged AOC to a debate on Twitter


Challenger brands upend agencies, marketing's rising stars, and how to make $50,000 on a YouTube video



Seeking nominations for chief marketing officers to watch in 2019


PR agencies are beefing up their data services to keep consulting firms like Deloitte and Accenture from eating their lunch


A Google spreadsheet of the marketing employees laid off by Uber this week is going viral


Vice Media exits, AT&T's Xandr pitch deck, how to make $150 million by fighting Facebook and Google


T-Mobile’s John Legere called Dish CEO Charlie Ergen in May to save its proposed $26.5 billion takeover of Sprint, according to report


Hollywood talent firms encroach on ad agencies, Amazon's plans to disrupt gaming, and how much a YouTube influencer makes from 1 million views



The race for cannabis dollars, agencies go on an ad-tech crash diet, media companies on the move


Investors from Comcast Ventures, Lightspeed, and others name the 11 media companies they think will blow up this year


The people behind Facebook's ad machine, LaCroix fizzles, Brat hunts for brand deals


IBM takes on Salesforce and others, Apple News Plus changes, and Chipotle stops apologizing



Anheuser-Busch's US marketing chief makes the case for diversifying its portfolio and says it will trim its use of agencies as it prioritises performance


Inside Netflix's marketing, Amazon's hiring spree, and a Twitter scoop


Angst at Cannes, P&G embraces cause marketing, and Gary Vaynerchuk vs. the holding companies


VaynerMedia CEO Gary Vaynerchuk says his bootstrapped digital media company is generating more than $130 million and is coming for WPP and Omnicom — with no 'meaningful competitor' in sight