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Sheila Dang

Pandemic takes center stage in holiday shopping ad campaigns

09 Nov 2020

After spending the summer convincing consumers to take socially distanced breaks from grim reality, advertisers are now returning to the pandemic as the central focus in holiday shopping campaigns launching this month.

T-Mobile beats phone subscriber estimates, shares rise 7%

05 Nov 2020

T-Mobile US Inc on Thursday added more phone subscribers than analysts had expected in the third quarter, as demand for its services picked up with people staying at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Fox News under fire by Trump allies over Arizona Biden projection

04 Nov 2020

Fox News faced criticism from U.S. President Donald Trump's campaign and its allies on Tuesday for projecting that Arizona's 11 electoral votes would go to Democratic challenger Joe Biden, as other news networks sought more evidence before making a call.

Fox News under fire by Trump allies over Arizona Biden projection

04 Nov 2020

Fox News faced criticism from U.S. President Donald Trump's campaign and its allies on Tuesday for projecting that Arizona's 11 electoral votes would go to Democratic challenger Joe Biden, as other news networks sought more evidence before making a call.

Twitter warns U.S. election could affect ad sales, shares drop 16%

29 Oct 2020

Twitter Inc on Thursday added fewer users than Wall Street had expected and said a rise in expenses would accelerate in the fourth quarter, sending its shares tumbling 16%.

Twitter beats revenue expectations but misses on user growth

29 Oct 2020

Oct 29 Twitter Inc on Thursday widely beat analyst expectations for quarterly revenue as ad sales rose with the return of sports and other events, but it added fewer users than Wall Street had expected.

Are U.S. election stories bad for business? How publishers are fighting ad keyword 'block lists'

27 Oct 2020

In the days leading up to what is expected to be a chaotic U.S. presidential election, publishers are using new software tools to analyze their news coverage in order to make advertisers more comfortable with placing ads on stories that could be deemed too controversial.

Are U.S. election stories bad for business? How publishers are fighting ad keyword 'block lists'

27 Oct 2020

In the days leading up to what is expected to be a chaotic U.S. presidential election, publishers are using new software tools to analyze their news coverage in order to make advertisers more comfortable with placing ads on stories that could be deemed too controversial.

Are U.S. election stories bad for business? How publishers are fighting ad keyword 'block lists'

27 Oct 2020

Oct 27 In the days leading up to what is expected to be a chaotic U.S. presidential election, publishers are using new software tools to analyze their news coverage in order to make advertisers more comfortable with placing ads on stories that could be deemed too controversial.

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