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SurveyMonkey, the online survey platform, today named Bill Veghte as CEO effective August 3, replacing the late David Goldberg.
Brands such as The Chive and Unilever are finding that charity gives them a chance to market themselves in a different way.
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Facebook is testing a video-advertising feature in its first major attempt to challenge the dominance of Google’s YouTube in the digital video market.
Marketers gave a thumbs up to Facebook's new pricing options for video ads. But many still say the changes don't go far enough to make clients happy.
Jason Moser, analyst at The Motley Fool, says the leadership change came at the right time as Twitter needs to work on its communication with Wall Street.
Discovery Communications has agreed to pay 1.3 billion euros ($1.4 billion) to screen the Olympic Games from 2018 to 2024 across Europe.
Spotify's "silly" business model is damaging the music industry , the boss of a rival told CNBC, following controversy sparked by Taylor Swift.
The torrid run in Netflix shares has outpaced the company's growth, prompting Citi to downgrade the stock to neutral from buy.
DailyMail.com, the world’s most viewed English language news website, is branching out into television, with a show produced by Dr. Phil McGraw.
Google is launching a free, ad-supported version of its $9.99-a-month Google Play Music in the U.S. to rival Pandora, Spotify and Apple.
Facebook's Chief Product Officer Chris Cox has told ad executives that he has a new mobile format for crafting more immersive and interactive ads.
European probes into Facebook's privacy policies and the threat of regulation could "derail" the company, a report claims.
Hip-hop mogul released from jail after an alleged assault with a weight-room kettlebell at UCLA, where son is on the football team.
Jason Lynch, Adweek TV writer, says the next must-see series is Amazon's "Catastrophe."
Slava Rubin, Indiegogo.com CEO, weighs in on how Taylor Swift convinced Apple to pay independent artists and provides an update on Twitter's search for a CEO.
Sequential Brands to buy Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia for $6.15/share in cash and stock.
Twitter is making it easier for consumers to buy the products that they are tweeting about.
Twitter will employ a team of curators to filter content around events like TV programs, sporting events, or current events.
The Federal Communications Commission advances a proposal that would allow the government to subsidize broadband for low-income Americans.