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June 29- Microsoft Corp said on Monday it will hand over its display advertising business to AOL Inc and AppNexus Inc, and sell some map-generating technology to ride-hailing app company Uber, as it slims down its money-losing online operations. The moves mean Microsoft will focus on its growing search advertising business based on its Bing search engine, and...
June 29- Microsoft Corp will close its web display advertising business, handing operations over to AOL Inc and AppNexus Inc and cutting about 1,200 jobs, Bloomberg reported. Some of the affected employees will be moved to AOL and AppNexus, while some more will be offered positions at Microsoft, Bloomberg said, citing a person with knowledge of the matter.
Facebook has opened its first sales office in Africa, in Johannesburg, South Africa, the company said Monday.
Now that same sex marriage is legal, the intimate, small LGBT wedding is expected to get a lot bigger.
*WPP's Sorrell says trading tough this year. In separate interviews on Friday, Martin Sorrell of WPP and Maurice Levy of Publicis sounded cautious about the prospects for the advertising market, citing a lack of vibrancy in the U.S economy, weakness in Brazil, Russia and China, and Europe's continued fragility. For his part, Sorrell said that the major companies...
One recent afternoon at Times Square's Knickerbocker Hotel, two major advertising executives got to talking about the past, present and future of ads.
Niamh Byrne, chief Operating Officer of iQNECT, introduces the mobile platform which uses augmented reality technology to connect printed materials with digital, interactive content.
WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell is teaming up with Snapchat and The Daily Mail to form a content marketing agency called Truffle Pig. The Daily Mail North America CEO Jon Steinberg, provides insight.
Facebook showed advertisers its vision for mobile advertisements at Cannes Lions. CNBC's Kayla Tausche and Jon Steinberg discuss Facebook reaching all-time highs.
WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell is teaming up with Snapchat and The Daily Mail to form a content marketing agency called Truffle Pig. Also, Sorrell discusses the partnership with Alex Da Kid.
Twitter may see its market opportunities decline as Facebook integrates more news into its users' feeds, Internet analyst Mark Mahaney tells CNBC.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports Twitter is capturing a lot of attention as the social media company seeks a new CEO.
At the industry's biggest annual conference in Cannes this week the main topic of conversation among the 13,000 delegates is the 18 companies- from consumer products giants Proctor& Gamble and Unilever to automakers like BMW and Volkswagen- that have decided to re-think which agencies they want for marketing advice. The reviews are an unnerving prospect for...
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports Facebook's chief product officer is giving Madison Avenue a sneak peak of its vision for mobile ads.
J.Clifford Hudson, Sonic Corp. chairman & CEO, breaks down his company's quarterly results and weighs in on competing in the fast casual dining space.
Discussing leaders in the video advertising space, with Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray, and Mark Stevens MSCO CEO.
Slava Rubin, Indiegogo.com CEO, joins the Squawk Alley panel to discuss Facebook and their new business strategy ideas.
LONDON, June 22- Surging growth in advertising via mobile phones and tablet computers will help Internet advertising overtake television as the dominant medium for global ad spending by 2017, a leading media buyer forecasts. The forecasts, based on media buying and planning trends detected by the company's local offices or affiliates, see the Internet...
NEW YORK— Shares of AirMedia soared Friday after the Chinese advertising company said it received an offer from its CEO and other executives to buy the company and take it private. AirMedia said Chairman and CEO Herman Man Guo, and unnamed managers, offered to pay $6 per American depositary share, a 70 percent premium from its Thursday closing price of $3.52.
June 19- EBay Inc said it has sold its 28.4 percent stake in Craigslist Inc back to the online classified advertising company. The companies have been feuding for years in civil court over allegations that eBay took a stake in Craigslist and then misappropriated confidential information while secretly planning its own classifieds site.