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Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri is to testify before Congress for the first time, as lawmakers seek answers on child safety

Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri.Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for WIRED Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri is to testify before Congress for the first time, on child safety, the NYT reports. His scheduled appearance comes after a backlash over internal research leaked by the Facebook whistleblower. The research found that Instagram made body image issues worse for one in three teen girls. Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri is to appear before Congress for the first time, to answer questions about child safety on ...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, News, Instagram, Children, Congress, Trends, Mental Health, New York Times, The Times, Meta, Times, Richard Blumenthal, Adam, Blumenthal, Tech Insider


Mark Zuckerberg downloaded and used a photo app that Facebook later cloned and crushed, antitrust lawsuit claims

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images The founders of Phhhoto filed an antitrust lawsuit against Facebook's parent company, Meta. The suit accuses Facebook of cloning and then crushing the app. It "strung Phhhoto along" with the promise of a partnership that never materialized, the suit says. The founders of a photo-app startup filed an antitrust lawsuit against Facebook's parent company, Meta, The New York Times first reported on Thursday.In 2014, Champ Ben...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, News, Instagram, Trends, Competition, The Times, Antitrust, Meta, Federal Trade Commission, Ftc, Zuckerberg, Phhhoto, Joe Osborne, Photo App, Tech Insider


Insider Advertising: Advertisers demand agencies prove their eco credentials

Hello and welcome back to Insider Advertising, your weekly look at the biggest stories and trends affecting Madison Avenue and beyond. I'm Lara O'Reilly, Insider's media and advertising editor. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here.As we gear up for the big holiday quarter, Facebook advertisers are already experiencing their nightmare before Christmas as Apple's recent privacy changes take effect. In a blog post Wednesday, Facebook said some advertisers' post-iOS 14 diff...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Washington Post, New York City, Advertising, US, Trends, Supply Chain, General Motors, CMO, Sustainability, Nick Clegg


Advertisers demand agencies prove their eco credentials

Hello and welcome back to Insider Advertising, your weekly look at the biggest stories and trends affecting Madison Avenue and beyond. I'm Lara O'Reilly, Insider's media and advertising editor. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here.As we gear up for the big holiday quarter, Facebook advertisers are already experiencing their nightmare before Christmas as Apple's recent privacy changes take effect. In a blog post Wednesday, Facebook said some advertisers' post-iOS 14 diff...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Washington Post, New York City, Advertising, US, Trends, Supply Chain, General Motors, CMO, Sustainability, Nick Clegg


Mark Zuckerberg reacts to a NYT report on Facebook promoting positive stories about itself by arguing that his surfboard isn't 'electric'

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images The New York Times reported that Facebook promoted positive stories about itself on users' news feeds. Mark Zuckerberg refuted a line in the report that said he rode an "electric surfboard" in a July video. Zuckerberg said the surfboard was not electric, and that he was pumping it with his legs. See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reacted somewhat bizarrely to a report in The New York Tim...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, News, Instagram, US, Trends, Nick Clegg, New York Times, The Times, Osborne, Times, Wall Street Journal, Journal, Zuckerberg, Joe Osborne, Tech Insider


Mark Zuckerberg reacts to a NYT report about Facebook promoting positive stories about itself by arguing that his surfboard isn't 'electric'

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images The New York Times reported that Facebook promoted positive stories about itself on users' news feeds. Mark Zuckerberg refuted a line in the report that said he rode an "electric surfboard" in a July video. Zuckerberg said the surfboard was not electric, and that he was pumping it with his legs. See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reacted somewhat bizarrely to a report in The New York Tim...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, News, Instagram, US, Trends, Nick Clegg, New York Times, The Times, Osborne, Times, Wall Street Journal, Journal, Zuckerberg, Joe Osborne, Tech Insider


False claims of election fraud in California's recall election are already spreading - and being debunked

Hair dresser Nikki Johnson dons a "Recall Newsom" mask and "Make Stylists Essential again" hat as she protests COVID-19 salon closures by California Gov. Gavin Newsom in Costa Mesa, California on August, 10, 2020. Jeff Gritchen/MediaNews Group/Orange County Register via Getty Images California will vote on September 14 over whether to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom, a Democrat. Claims of election fraud are spreading online among supporters of the recall. Some of the claims have already been debu...
Tags: Politics, Instagram, California, Trends, New York Times, The Times, Donald Trump, Gavin Newsom, Haynes, San Francisco Chronicle, KCRA, Dominion, Newsom, Costa Mesa California, Sacramento County Elections Office, Torrance Police Department


These are the US troops that lost their lives during the terror attack in Kabul

In this image provided by the U.S. Marine Corps, a Marine with Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force - Crisis Response - Central Command, escorts a young girl at an evacuation control checkpoint during an evacuation at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday, Aug. 26, 2021. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Victor Mancilla Thirteen US service members were killed at the Kabul airport on Thursday in a deadly ISIS-K suicide bombing. Family members and law...
Tags: Facebook, Isis, News, Instagram, Navy, California, Islamic State, US, America, Trends, Department Of Defense, Joe Biden, Afghanistan, Marine, United States, Taliban


Kodak deletes Instagram post by photographer who called out Chinese oppression of Uyghurs

The Kodak headquarters in Rochester, New York. James Leynse/Corbis via Getty Images Kodak deleted an Instagram post featuring the work of a photographer who criticized Uyghur suppression. Patrick Wack's images of Xinjiang, China, were deleted after blowback from Beijing supporters. Kodak apologized on WeChat, saying: "We will continue to respect the Chinese government." See more stories on Insider's business page. Kodak deleted an Instagram post featuring photos from the Xinjiang...
Tags: Politics, Instagram, China, Kodak, Trends, Beijing, News UK, The Times, The New York Times, Xinjiang, Times, Wack, Hong Kong Free Press, Xinjiang China, Muslim Uyghur, Uyghurs


See photos of the bird that researchers scientifically deemed the 'most Instagrammable'

Tawny Frogmouth (Podargus strigoides) seen roosting on low fallen tree. Photo by Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Two German scientists set out to answer a simple question: What makes a good bird photo? They examined thousands of Instagram photos and users' "like" behavior to find the champion. In the end, a nocturnal fowl native to Australia and Southeast Asia came out on top. See more stories on Insider's business page. They say beauty is in the eye of the ...
Tags: Instagram, Australia, Germany, Southeast Asia, Trends, Chicago, New York Times, The Times, Snyder, Brookfield Zoo, University Hospital Jena, Gosford Australia, Tim Snyder, Erin Snodgrass, Joshua Prieto, Katja Thömmes


Tesla used wild horses to lure candidates out to its Nevada factory, but animal advocates say its presence there actually harms the animals

Wild mustangs run unwittingly into hidden corrals/Bureau of Land Management traps during a gather east of Fallon, Nev. Essdras M Suarez/The Boston Globe via Getty Images Tesla is touting wild horses as a perk of working at its Gigafactory in Nevada. But Tesla's presence, along with increased development in the area, may be harming the horses and their habitat. There are nearly 50,000 wild horses in the state. See more stories on Insider's business page. Elon Musk's push to o...
Tags: Elon Musk, Instagram, Washington Post, Trends, Tesla, New York Times, The Times, Nevada, Musk, Gigafactory, Bureau of Land Management, University of Nevada, Tahoe Reno Industrial Center, Wild Horses, Twitter Elon Musk, Melina Mara


Facebook has banned Myanmar's military from its platform following coup

A Myanmar protester makes the three finger salute during a demonstration against military coup in Yangon, Myanmar on February 7, 2021. Myat Thu Kyaw/NurPhoto via Getty Images Facebook has banned the Myanmar military from using its platforms, following a coup earlier this month. The platform said the decision was made in acknowledgment of the military's "extreme human rights abuses." Facebook was previously implicated as a tool in the military's persecution of the Muslim minority Rohingya p...
Tags: Facebook, News, Instagram, Trends, Tech News, New York Times, The Times, Muslim, Myanmar, Frankel, Yangon Myanmar, APAC, Military Coup, Getty Images Facebook, Business for Social Responsibility, Julie Gerstein


Facebook joins Clubhouse, and behind SheaMoisture's 'ode to Black women': Thursday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters. Fireside chat Facebook is known for borrowing ideas, or buying them, whenever a hot new property emerges. This time, it has set its sights on Clubhouse. Clubhouse is an exclusive app that operates like a private club for people to hold co...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, Bruce Springsteen, Instagram, Abc, Ebay, Advertising, The Times, Pokemon, The New York Times, Oracle, Black, Zuckerberg, Bloomberg News


Peloton is still experiencing issues delivering orders of new bikes and treadmills, and outraged customers are turning to social media to lodge frustrated complaints

Ezra Shaw/Getty Images Peloton customers are outraged over continued shipping delays, The New York Times reports. Customers say deliveries of new bikes or treadmills aren't showing up or are repeatedly rescheduled. Delays have plagued Peloton for months as skyrocketing demand coincided with supply chain issues.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Peloton customers are furious about continued delays in getting their new bikes, according to a new report from the New York Ti...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Fitness, Trends, New York Times, The Times, Retail, The New York Times, Times, John Foley, Precor, Peloton, Erin Griffith, Sapna Maheshwari, Peloton Bike, Avery Hartmans


YouTube suspends Trump content, newcomers join Super Bowl line-up; Wednesday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters.  YouTube suspends Trump content YouTube is the latest Big Tech platform to bar President Trump from posting online, announcing last night on Twitter that it has suspended his account to new uploa...
Tags: Amazon, Texas, Instagram, Youtube, Amy Schumer, Advertising, Unilever, New York Times, The Times, Mitch McConnell, Capitol Hill, Donald Trump, Brooklyn Nets, Cadbury, Trump, Mike Pence


10 things in tech you need to know today

Nick Wass/Associated Press Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Thursday. Sign up here to get this email in your inbox every morning.Have an Amazon Alexa device? Listen to this update by searching "Business Insider" in your flash briefing settings.Event alert: Join us Thursday, December 17 at 3 p.m. ET for a panel discussion on how to get hired in VC. Sign up here.Facebook faces a breakup after being hit with double lawsuits. Both lawsuits, from the FTC and 46 states, ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Spacex, Instagram, Microsoft, Ipo, Trends, Connecticut, The Times, Sony, Zappos, Sundar Pichai, Ftc, Nordic, Tony Hsieh


Britney Spears is sort of on board with #FreeBritney, and she wants one thing to change

LOS ANGELES — Britney Spears is asking a California court to remove her father, Jamie Spears, who has long handled the decision-making in both her personal and professional life, as her sole court-appointed conservator. The pop star’s attorney requested that Jodi Montgomery, the temporary, licensed professional conservator overseeing her protracted case since September, be named permanent conservator of Spears’ personal affairs, according to court documents obtained by the Los Angeles Times. “We...
Tags: Celebrities, News, Instagram, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Fbi, Soccer, The Times, Las Vegas, Britney Spears, Times, Los Angeles Times, Montgomery, MGM Grand Garden Arena, Spears


Inside the lavish lives of the billionaire family behind Boohoo, the fast-fashion giant called out in an investigation into workers being paid just $4 an hour at suppliers' factories

Boohoo is the UK's fast-growing fast-fashion retailer that was set up in 2006 by Mahmud Kamani and his business partner Carol Kane and is now valued at more than $4.3 billion.  The company has come under intense scrutiny this month after a Sunday Times investigation found that a factory supplying its clothes was paying workers as little £3.50 ($4.37) an hour and flouting COVID-19 social distancing rules. The company said it is investigating the report and described the conditions as "totally ...
Tags: UK, New York, Instagram, America, Trends, Manchester, The Times, The Guardian, Whistler, Sunday Times, Primark, Reuters, Boohoo, Adam, Aisha, Samir


Are Your Webinars Changing With The Times?

Behavioral trends have been much on my mind lately. Especially in the ways that they affect the webcast/webinar industry. I believe it's possible that we are witnessing a fundamental shift in what people want from online presentations.Let's approach it tangentially. Instead of looking at webinars, let's look at other forms of communication. Infographics are the new white paper. Emailing has been replaced by text messaging (more slowly in business than in personal life). Text messages went from f...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Blogging, United States, Opinions, The Times, Tips, Ken Molay, Technorati, Congress Companies


Elon Musk is a notorious workaholic. Here's how the father of 5 makes and spends his $30.2 billion fortune.

Elon Musk's girlfriend and Canadian singer Grimes posted a photo on Instagram hinting that she's pregnant.  The Tesla and SpaceX CEO currently has a net worth of about $30.2 billion, Bloomberg estimates. Musk said in January he will not receive any form of payment or compensation until Tesla reaches $100 billion in market cap. A notorious workaholic, Musk doesn't spend his money on lavish vacations or expensive hobbies; he even planned to spend his 48th birthday improving Tesla's logistics. Vi...
Tags: Amazon, Spacex, Elon Musk, Instagram, Ebay, Stanford, Los Angeles, Trends, Tesla, Bloomberg, Paypal, Earth, Canada, New York Times, The Times, Cbs


New York Times Book Review

Well, The New York Times just reviewed my book.   10 years ago, when my first edition was coming out, I asked my friend at the Times how to get my book reviewed. He came back and said, “It’s not gonna happen.” I laughed. The unspoken message was clear: “You’re not important enough.” Truthfully, they were right. I was a nobody. Even though I had an audience and some media hits, for the personal finance media-industrial complex, I was a newbie. A rookie. Not battle-tested against the many self-de...
Tags: Instagram, Miscellaneous, Marketing, America, New York Times, The Times, Times, Tim Ferriss, Tim, James Altucher, Cass, New York Times Book Review, IWT, Times Square NYC, Paul B Brown


News Publishers Go To War With the Internet — and We All Lose

Around the world, news industry trade associations are corruptly cashing in their political capital — which they have because their members are newspapers, and politicians are scared of them — in desperate acts of protectionism to attack platform companies. The result is a raft of legislation that will damage the internet and in the end hurt everyone, including journalists and especially citizens. As I was sitting in the airport leaving Newsgeist Europe, a convening for journalists and publishe...
Tags: Google, Europe, Publishing, New York, London, Instagram, Congress, Washington, Berlin, Uncategorized, US, Google Search, Journalism, Eu, Copyright, Regulation


Feds Raided Office Of Trump Fundraiser Elliott Broidy In Money Laundering Probe

A sealed search warrant obtained by ProPublica shows federal agents scoured Elliott Broidy’s office for documents related to China, Saudi Arabia and a Miami Beach club promoter. Federal authorities raided the office of Republican fundraiser Elliott Broidy last summer, seeking records related to his dealings with foreign officials and Trump administration associates, according to a sealed search warrant obtained by ProPublica. Agents were authorized to use the megadonor’s hands and face to un...
Tags: New York, News, Instagram, Washington Post, Saudi Arabia, White House, China, Los Angeles, Fbi, United States, New York Times, Paris, Middle East, The Times, Playboy, Times


A red flag in a Facebook exec's goodbye letter shows there's bad blood over Mark Zuckerberg's radical privacy plan

Facebook on Thursday announced that its chief product officer, Chris Cox, and Chris Daniels, the head of WhatsApp, were leaving the company. A telling line in Cox's goodbye letter suggests there were significant disagreements over Mark Zuckerberg's plan to pivot Facebook to privacy. This was backed up by a report in The New York Times, which said there were frustrations over Zuckerberg's vision for the company. Facebook sprang a surprise Thursday when CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that anothe...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Trends, New York Times, The Times, Silicon Valley, Ben Horowitz, Kevin Systrom, Sheryl Sandberg, Marc Andreessen, Zuckerberg, Samsung Galaxy, Mark, Cox, Daniels


Building a company that sells for millions might sound like a dream — but for CEOs who do it, the next chapter can be just as hard

When a founding CEO sells their company, they might be thrilled from a financial and emotional perspective, or ... not. There are a few different outcomes for CEOs after an acquisition: They might leave to start a new company, stay on in the same role, or stay on and take a new role within the combined company. Research suggests taking on a new role within the combined company is the most productive,  but the least common. For founding CEOs in the acquisition process, it's important to set exp...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Instagram, US, Beck, Trends, Research, Cisco, Walmart, Cnn, The Times, Silicon Valley, The New York Times, Hewlett Packard, Kevin Systrom, Mike Krieger


'It was validation that our idea was right': After an acquisition, there's a sharp contrast between founders who are thrilled, and those with seller's remorse

When a founding CEO sells their company, they might be thrilled from a financial and emotional perspective, or ... not. There are a few different outcomes for CEOs after an acquisition: They might leave to start a new company, stay on in the same role, or stay on and take a new role within the combined company. Research suggests taking on a new role within the combined company is the most productive,  but the least common. For founding CEOs in the acquisition process, it's important to set exp...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Instagram, US, Beck, Trends, Research, Cisco, Walmart, Cnn, The Times, Silicon Valley, The New York Times, Hewlett Packard, Kevin Systrom, Mike Krieger


8 Things We Loved From Bill Cunningham's Memoir

Legendary photographer Bill Cunningham was an immensely private person. A New York Times fashion photographer for 38 years, Cunningham was a pioneer of street style imagery, capturing the slight brush of a skirt or the way a tweed coat looked amongst the gray concrete of his favorite corner in Manhattan, 57th and 5th. He always wore the same blue jacket. He rode his bike everywhere. It was a surprise, then, when The Times revealed a secret memoir was discovered in his archive. (He died in June ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Instagram, New York City, America, New York Times, Paris, Vogue, The Times, Manhattan, Bill Cunningham, Bill, Times, Harper, Carrie Bradshaw


Lindsay Lohan Thinks Women Speaking Out About #MeToo Experiences 'Look Weak'

Lindsay Lohan has a hot take on the #MeToo movement. In an interview with The Times, the Mean Girls star claimed she doesn't "really have anything to say" about sexual harassment in the workplace -- but she had some harsh words for the women who've been outspoken about it over the past year. Related: Paris Hilton Will NOT Be Watching Lindsay's Reality Show Telling the British publication she didn't condone "attention-seekers," the 32-year-old explained: "I can't speak on something I don't live, ...
Tags: Celebs, Instagram, The Times, Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, Lindsay, Gretchen Weiners, Linds


Antonio Conte’s brother drops Chelsea hint

Antonio Conte & Chelsea It’s July 9, and still Chelsea fans have no idea who’ll be their manager next season. To be clear, the new Premier League campaign kicks off in just over a month’s time. Chelsea start their campaign on August 11 with an away trip to Huddersfield Town. But who will pick the Chelsea team against the Terriers? Will it be Antonio Conte, or will Maurizio Sarri finally be appointed as the new Blues boss? Conte’s brother drops Chelsea hint On Sunday, Antonio Conte’s brother u...
Tags: London, Instagram, Sport, Uganda, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Italy, The Times, Mesut Ozil, Stamford Bridge, Times, Huddersfield Town, Emmanuel Eboue, Maurizio Sarri, Antonio Conte


Ashley Graham Has The Career Toccara Jones Deserved

When Toccarra Jones joined Tyra Banks’ cast of hopefuls competing to be on top during America’s Next Top Model Season Three, she told the judges she wanted to be the first Black plus-sized supermodel. We were all rooting for this 5’9 brown-skinned curvy model from Dayton, Ohio and her outspoken confidence. Even though she came in third place, her post-ANTM career seemed to be taking off. We cheered her on when Jones signed with Wilhelmina Models in 2005 in their curve division, working with bra...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Instagram, America, New York Times, The Times, Graham, Kendall Jenner, Vogue Italia, American Vogue, Jones, Melania Trump, Ashley, Dayton Ohio, Ashley Graham, Meisel



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