*CFO Jennifer Li to step aside for new role as Baidu Capital chief. BEIJING, April 28- Baidu Inc on Friday forecast second-quarter revenue largely below estimates as the Chinese internet company continues to grapple with Beijing's restrictions on its lucrative medical advertisements segment, sending its shares down six percent in extended trading.
Alphabet's profit beat Wall Street estimates and rose 29 percent to $5.43 billion, a performance that analysts called exceptional for a company so large. The two companies accounted for 99 percent of the industry growth in digital advertising in 2016, Pivotal Research said in a report this week, demonstrating market power that some advertisers complain...
Alphabet, the public holding company of Google, makes most of its money from advertising.
"Both executive teams are working incredibly hard on planning the integration of the companies," Tim Armstrong wrote.
Alphabet's profit beat Wall Street estimates and rose 29 percent to $5.43 billion, a growth rate that analysts called exceptional for a company so large. Wall Street grew anxious as a series of high-profile advertisers fled YouTube amid concerns about ads appearing alongside extremist content. But Google's results showed that controversy was little more...
Martin Sorrell, WPP CEO, discusses the landscape for digital advertising as Amazon may be the next big threat to Google's dominance for ad revenue.
Facebook is going harder after bad actors who use the platform to spread fake news and false propaganda.
WPP CEO Martin Sorrell said despite some of the brand safety issues, advertising on digital is still growing strong.
SYDNEY, April 27- Ten Network Holdings' survival depends on three billionaire debt guarantors, including News Corp Co-Chairman Lachlan Murdoch, after Australia's third-largest TV network reported a A $232 million half-year loss in a weak advertising market. All three of Australia's free-to-air television networks are under pressure as consumers...
WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell discusses the challenges of advertising via social media and technology giants such as Google and Facebook.
WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell discusses first-quarter earnings, saying that his business is doing "reasonably well" despite a "tough environment."
WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell explains how Bill O'Reilly's dismissal from Fox News shows that issues faced by traditional, linear media are not so far removed from the brand safety challenges faced by the likes of Google and Facebook.
Mike Tommasiello, better known as NYDoorman, quit his job to be a social media influencer at the coolest events.
Credit Suisse reiterates its outperform rating on 21st Century Fox shares.
The digital ad space hasn't really evolved as much as people would like, Sun Microsystems co-founder Scott McNealy tells CNBC.
The Facebook-owned company says making the sign-up process simpler helped boost the number of users.
Online advertising has yet to see a "real breakthrough" that allows other players to compete with Facebook and Google, Scott McNealy says.
Scott McNealy, Wayin executive chairman talks about the challenges of monetizing advertising on social media sites "for anyone who is not Facebook or Google."
McDonald's partnered with Brooklyn street artists for new ads, but some of them claim they weren't credited for their work, Grub Street reports.
The "Finding Home" app, developed by the advertising firm Grey Malaysia, allows users to simulate the phone of "Kathijah," a fictional 16- year-old who fled persecution in Myanmar and is trying to make a new life in Malaysia. Richard Towles, the UNHCR representative in Malaysia, said he hopes the free app will help people empathize with refugees.