Facebook's ad tools manager was not allowing media buyers to buy ads for clients the week of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. It could potentially affect sales if retailers are unable to place ads.
Canadian father of three Antonio Bramante is seeking compensation from the chain for purchases made in Quebec over the past five years and wants to stop the company from promoting toys and happy meals to children in-store.
Italian fashion house Dolce and Gabbana reportedly canceled a fashion show in Shanghai after being accused of racism in its promotions for the event. Videos posted on social media showed a Chinese woman being told how to use chopsticks.
When T-Mobile U.S. wanted to better understand who was visiting its website — people who were already customers or those who were just researching phones or plans — it asked university teams for help.
The Koch network is mounting a multimillion-dollar campaign to push some key priorities – such as immigration reform and free-trade initiatives — before Democrats take over the House in January.
Friday's plunge sends Yelp to a 52-week low and makes for the stock's worst day of trading since going public in 2012.
"English AI Anchor" debuted at the World Internet Conference in the country's eastern Zhejiang Province. Modeled on the agency's Zhang Zhao presenter, the new anchor learns from live videos and is able to work 24 hours a day.
The company is removing all its movies from Netflix, and start its own streaming service for its past content as well as more original shows and movies.
The Satanic Church is not happy with "The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" for depicting satanists as evil and featuring a statue similar to its monument to Baphomet.
Marketing technology (or "martech") will take 29 percent of expenditure in 2018, compared to 22 percent in 2017, while staff costs will account for 24 percent of budgets, down from 27 percent last year.
Roku wants to get more media companies to put their content on its service in exchange for more advertising revenue share. Because of its dominant position in the streaming video space, companies may be willing to broker those deals.
President Donald Trump said he would work with Democrats to regulate social media companies, though warned about free speech issues. Trump has been critical in the past of social media firms being biased against conservative voices.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on how much is being spent on social media political ads this midterm election.
Google has been fined record-breaking amounts by the European Commission for violating antitrust rules. Is Google a monopoly that needs to be broken up? CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze explains from Brussels.
Stephen Hahn-Griffiths at the Reputation Institute gives his insight into why reputation matters and who's good and bad at maintaining it.
Global Creative Director, Alex Bodman, gives MMM his insight on advertising at Spotify, and explains how billboards became a great way to promote a tech brand.
Head of global branding, Alex Tanguay tells MMM about how they're positioning the Spotify's brand to resonate with its audience.
Streaming data is helping singer songwriters like Nina Nesbitt. From what gets a listener's attention to where to perform live, streaming is good for business.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg said because Apple adds iMessage as its default messaging app, it gives it a competitive advantage in areas like the U.S. where iPhone sales dominate.
While Facebook had a strong beat on earnings, it failed to reach analysts' estimates on revenue, daily active users and monthly active users. However, revenue growth was not down as much the company warned about during its last earnings report.