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Meghan and Harry sign deal with P&G, Microsoft is Cannes Creative Marketer of the Year: 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. P&G’s Royal deal Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Archewell Foundation has signed a “multi-year” partnership with Procter & Gamble, in the latest big commercial tie-up for the royal couple. According to a ...
Tags: Apple, New York, London, Instagram, Microsoft, Youtube, Advertising, America, Harry, National Football League, Wall Street Journal, United, Hall, Redskins, Cannes, United Airlines


The rise, fall, and comeback of Victoria's Secret, America's biggest lingerie retailer

Model Tyra Banks the Victoria's Secret fashion show Wednesday, Feb. 3, 1999 in New York. AP Photo/Mark Lennihan Victoria's Secret is the largest lingerie retailer in the US and has been for several decades. It achieved explosive success in the late 1990s and 2000s but has struggled in more recent years and been accused of losing relevance. Here's the story of the rise, fall, and subsequent comeback of the brand. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. You...
Tags: England, New York, Instagram, Australia, New York City, Time, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Ap, Canada, Vogue, Victoria, Terry Gilliam, Pink, New York Stock Exchange


Inside the turbulent personal life of Elon Musk, who's been divorced three times, dated Hollywood stars, and now has a 1-year-old baby with musician Grimes

Grimes, left, and Elon Musk attend the Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in May 2018. Charles Sykes/AP Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has had a headline-grabbing personal life over the years. He has five sons from his first marriage and has been divorced three times. These days, Musk is dating the musician Grimes - the couple had a baby together last spring. See more stories on Insider's business page. In 2010, Elon Musk said he would "rather stick a fork in my ...
Tags: Transportation, Family, Spacex, Elon Musk, Hollywood, Texas, Families, Marriage, Instagram, California, Relationships, Time, Los Angeles, Trends, Tech, Tesla


The rise and fall of Victoria's Secret, America's biggest lingerie retailer

Model Tyra Banks the Victoria's Secret fashion show Wednesday, Feb. 3, 1999 in New York. AP Photo/Mark Lennihan Victoria's Secret is the largest lingerie retailer in the US and has been for several decades. It achieved explosive success in the late 1990s and 2000s but has struggled in more recent years and been accused of losing relevance. Here's the story of the rise, fall, and subsequent comeback of the brand. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. You...
Tags: England, New York, Instagram, Australia, New York City, Time, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Ap, Canada, Vogue, Victoria, Terry Gilliam, Pink, New York Stock Exchange


Mayday! Mayday! How to Build Trust in a Crisis

NOTHING reveals an organization’s limits more than a sudden crisis. And after 2020, we’ve all become more familiar with what that looks like. Crisis situations test what you have built — your culture, your relationships, your resilience. But at the root of all of these challenges is one capacity that means the difference between success and failure: trust. Trust is your most important asset amidst crisis and change. A team with high levels of trust will have the agility necessary to make decisi...
Tags: Facebook, Leadership, Instagram, Afghanistan, David, Department Of Homeland Security, Wall Street Journal, New York Yankees, Gen McChrystal, US Army Joint Special Operations Command, David Horsager MA, FedEx Toyota MIT


DoorDash, EA Sports, and Dollar Shave Club have dropped YouTube star David Dobrik after a rape allegation against a former member of his Vlog Squad

Hello everyone!Welcome to this weekly roundup of stories from Insider's Business co-Editor in Chief Matt Turner. Subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every Sunday.What we're going over today:A woman featured on YouTube star David Dobrik's channel says she was raped by a Vlog Squad member in 2018. After Insider's reporting, Dobrik was dropped by brands like DoorDash, EA Sports, and Dollar Shave Club.Apollo's hard-driving culture is extreme even by Wall Street st...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Instagram, Jimmy Fallon, Advertising, Los Angeles, Trends, Peter Thiel, Retail, Goldman Sachs, Starbucks, Kevin Johnson, Tiger Global, Goldman, Aston Martin, Blackstone


NFL hands Amazon exclusive games, and Teen Vogue editor undone by teen rogue tweets: Friday 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.  Touchdown for Amazon Good morning! Amazon executives are sure having a good one—the giant for just about everything is about to gain a lot more football fans. On Wednesday, the National Football League announced new long-term deals with broadcasters like CBS, Fox, NBC, AB...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, New York, Instagram, Etsy, New York City, Advertising, NFL, Atlanta, Bloomberg, Canada, Delta, Ikea, Ace Hotel, Conde Nast, Starbucks


Bill Gates says Trump should probably be allowed back on Facebook, despite his 'corrosive' statements about the election

Microsoft cofounder and former CEO Bill Gates. Dursun Aydemir/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates said Trump should probably be allowed back on Facebook.  Gates told CNBC he expects Trump's accounts will be reinstated, possibly with warnings on his posts. Facebook's oversight board is currently deciding whether to allow Trump back on the platform. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Facebook should eventually lift its ban on former President Donal...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Microsoft, Cbs News, Trends, Bill Gates, Donald Trump, Wall Street Journal, Gates, Cnbc, Trump, Andrew Ross Sorkin, US Capitol, Tech Insider, Oversight Board


Capsule raises $2 million for its collaborative video platform aimed at brands

Capsule, a video Q&A platform aimed at brands, emerged last year in direct response to the challenges companies were facing in terms of reaching consumers during the pandemic. Now, the business has closed on $2 million in pre-seed funding. The round was led by Array Ventures and included participation from Bloomberg Beta and other angels. The startup was founded by the same team that originally created the animated GIF capture tool and social network Phhhoto, which eventually lost out to Instagr...
Tags: Startups, TC, New York, Instagram, Tech, Netflix, Wall Street Journal, Bennett, Bloomberg Beta, USO, Capsule, Boomerang Phhhoto, HYPNO, Shruti Gandhi, Array Ventures, Recent Funding


Capsule raises $2 million for its video Q&A platform aimed at brands

Capsule, a video Q&A platform aimed at brands, emerged last year in direct response to the challenges companies were facing in terms of reaching consumers during the pandemic. Now, the business has closed on $2 million in pre-seed funding. The round was led by Array Ventures and included participation from Bloomberg Beta and other angels. The startup was founded by the same team that originally created the animated GIF capture tool and social network Phhhoto, which eventually lost out to Instagr...
Tags: Startups, TC, New York, Instagram, Tech, Netflix, Wall Street Journal, Bennett, Bloomberg Beta, USO, Capsule, Boomerang Phhhoto, HYPNO, Shruti Gandhi, Array Ventures, Recent Funding


Twitter and Facebook both banned Trump from their platforms. Here's why that doesn't violate the First Amendment - or any other laws

Activist Mike Merrigan holds a piñata shaped like the Twitter logo with hair to look like U.S. President Donald Trump during a protest outside of Twitter headquarters on May 28, 2020 in San Francisco, California. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Twitter suspended President Donald Trump's personal account permanently on Friday, a day after Facebook banned him indefinitely, in the wake of pro-Trump rioters storming the US Capitol. Trump quickly tried to use the official presidential Twitter acco...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Politics, News, Media, Instagram, Law, Congress, Youtube, Advertising, Trends, Social Media, Analysis, Federal Communications Commission


What Instagram is whispering to creators

Hi and welcome to this weekly edition of Insider Advertising, where I break down the big stories in media and advertising.If someone forwarded you this email, you can sign up for your own here. This week: What Instagram is whispering to creators, Discovery joins the streaming wars, and Estée Lauder pivots in the pandemic. The logo of the Instagram app on a smartphone. Photothek/Getty Images Tech platforms wield enormous influence on business and society but the algorithms that power them ...
Tags: Facebook, Hong Kong, Hollywood, Shonda Rhimes, Media, Instagram, Advertising, Trends, Discovery, Netflix, Food Network, New York Times, Silicon Valley, Estee Lauder, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times


From the U.S. to China, Korea, India and Europe, antitrust action against tech is gaining serious momentum

After decades of global expansion and consolidation in the tech sector, antitrust is now a headline issue for the industry across the world. What has been a slow and sputtering series of disparate actions over the past decade has coalesced in just the past few weeks into a rapid and comprehensive series of actions against the industry, with the United States being a notable laggard worldwide. Nowhere are these actions more prominent than in China, where the competition authorities have — after m...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Asia, Europe, Instagram, Microsoft, Congress, Government, China, Germany, India, Tech, Policy, Beijing, United States, Alibaba


From the US to China, Korea, India and Europe, antitrust action against tech is gaining serious momentum

After decades of global expansion and consolidation in the tech sector, antitrust is now a headline issue for the industry across the world. What has been a slow and sputtering series of disparate actions over the past decade has coalesced in just the past few weeks into a rapid and comprehensive series of actions against the industry, with the United States being a notable laggard worldwide. Nowhere are these actions more prominent than in China, where the competition authorities have — after m...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Asia, Europe, Instagram, Microsoft, Congress, Government, China, Germany, India, US, Tech, Policy, Beijing, United States


10 things in tech you need to know today

Carsten Koall/Getty Images; Alex Wong/Getty Images Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Wednesday. 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.Facebook and Google agreed to help each other. The Wall Street Journal reported that an unredacted version of the lawsuit filed by state attorneys general reveals that the two tech giants agreed to co...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Elon Musk, UK, Cook, Instagram, Washington Post, Trends, Tesla, Tim Cook, SEC, Advertising Standards Authority, Wall Street Journal, Klarna


Why round tables at coffee shops make us feel less lonely, and what entrepreneurs can learn from them

Square tables are more rigid and less inviting than round tables. anyaberkut/Getty Images A self-proclaimed regular at Starbucks, writer Alan Trapulionis says there's a lot to learn about businesses from coffee shops — especially from their round tables.  Trapulionis explains how these tables make people look and feel less lonely, and encourage informal interactions with others.  Not only are round tables beneficial for customers, but they're also helpful for businesses: It's extremely unc...
Tags: Apple, Instagram, Trends, Square, Starbucks, Wall Street Journal, Karen Blumenthal, Alan Trapulionis, Trapulionis, Alan Trapulionis Alan Trapulionis


The FTC and state attorneys general are reportedly aiming up to 4 new antitrust lawsuits at Facebook and Google as talk of regulation continues to heat up

Carsten Koall/Getty Images; Alex Wong/Getty Images The Federal Trade Commission and state attorneys general are gearing up to hit Google and Facebook with new antitrust lawsuits in the coming weeks, per a Monday report from The Wall Street Journal. The probes will focus on whether the companies have had unfair advantages in their domination of the search and ad market and social media. The DOJ and state attorneys generals have been probing aspects of Google's business, including its searc...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Texas, News, Instagram, Microsoft, Congress, US, Trends, Eu, Democrats, House, Antitrust


Goldman Sachs' cohead of investment banking is leaving. Here's everything that's been going on inside the powerhouse Wall Street bank.

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon. Getty Images Goldman Sachs has been going through some massive changes under CEO David Solomon.It's taken big steps involving transparency and inclusion to change up its culture. After its first-ever investor day in early 2020, the firm is looking to execute on targets including multi-year cost-cutting plans. And it's making big pushes into businesses like wealth management and consumer banking. Solomon has also been interested in reducing the number of part...
Tags: London, Instagram, White House, Virginia, Trends, General Motors, Bloomberg, Michael Dell, Ubs, Silicon Valley, Goldman Sachs, Salt Lake City, Biden, Goldman, KKR, Blackstone


Inside Goldman Sachs' 2020 partner class: here's how one of the most elite clubs on Wall Street is transforming

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon. Getty Images Goldman Sachs has been going through some massive changes under CEO David Solomon.It's taken big steps involving transparency and inclusion to change up its culture. After its first-ever investor day in early 2020, the firm is looking to execute on targets including multi-year cost-cutting plans. And it's making big pushes into businesses like wealth management and consumer banking. Solomon has also been interested in reducing the number of part...
Tags: London, Instagram, White House, Virginia, Trends, General Motors, Bloomberg, Ubs, Silicon Valley, Goldman Sachs, Salt Lake City, Biden, Goldman, KKR, Blackstone, Wall Street Journal


Goldman Sachs just named 60 new partners. Here's everything that's been going on inside the Wall Street bank.

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon. Getty Images Goldman Sachs has been going through some massive changes under CEO David Solomon.It's taken big steps involving transparency and inclusion to change up its culture. After its first-ever investor day in early 2020, the firm is looking to execute on targets including multi-year cost-cutting plans. And it's making big pushes into businesses like wealth management and consumer banking. Solomon has also been interested in reducing the number of part...
Tags: London, Instagram, Wall Street, White House, Virginia, Trends, General Motors, Bloomberg, Ubs, Dallas, Goldman Sachs, Salt Lake City, Biden, Goldman, KKR, Blackstone


Facebook and Twitter immediately clamped down on Trump's posts that prematurely declared election victory, but they did so in very different ways

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (left) and President Donald Trump. Reuters/Drew Angerer/Getty Images Facebook and Twitter both put rules in place before the election restricting content from candidates claiming premature victory. In social media posts, and then in a speech on election night, President Donald Trump falsely claimed he had already won the election before the full results were in. Facebook and Twitter immediately labeled Trump's posts — but they did so in different ways, and the ...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, Post, Florida, Instagram, Washington Post, Washington, White House, US, Trends, Telegraph, Donald Trump, Wall Street Journal, South Carolina, Trump


Facebook reportedly exempted Trump's family and allies from its misinformation rules to avoid accusations of anti-conservative bias

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (left) and President Donald Trump. Reuters/Drew Angerer/Getty Images Facebook has repeatedly let President Donald Trump's family members and allies off the hook for breaking its policies, the Washington Post reports. Current and former Facebook employees said the company held off taking action because it feared accusations of anti-conservative bias. Two company sources told the Post that Facebook removed a strike from Donald Trump Jr's Instagram account, which ...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Post, Instagram, Washington Post, Trends, Republican, Donald Trump, Wall Street Journal, Trump, Donald Trump Jr, America First Action, Isobel Asher Hamilton, Reuters Drew Angerer Getty Images Facebook, Facebook page of America First Action, Republicans Facebook


Facebook giving preferential treatment to pro-Trump users, conservatives: Report

Facebook let associates of US president Donald Trump, including his son Donald Trump Jr., post misinformation on its platform during the final months of the presidential election campaign, and did not take proportionate action against these users to avoid being accused of “anti-conservative” bias, reported the Washington Post. The revelations come after months of accusations by Republican leadership that Facebook is biased against their party, and only days after these accusations were aired in ...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, Post, New York Post, News, Instagram, Washington Post, Senate, India, BJP, Narendra Modi, US, Joe Biden, US Senate


Goldman Sachs is paying billions in fines over the 1MDB scandal and cutting exec pay. Here's what's been going on inside the bank.

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon. Getty Images Goldman Sachs has agreed to pay nearly $3 billion to settle a probe into its role in Malaysia's 1MDB corruption scandal, its Malaysia unit pleaded guilty to violating foreign bribery laws, and the firm is clawing back or cutting pay for executives including current CEO David Solomon.This all could help draw a line under a long saga that has for years dogged the storied Wall Street firm."We must continue to hold ourselves to the highest standards...
Tags: London, Instagram, White House, Virginia, Trends, General Motors, Bloomberg, Malaysia, Ubs, Goldman Sachs, Biden, Goldman, KKR, Blackstone, Wall Street Journal, Marcus


Oversight Board, Facebook’s independent appeals body, goes live

Facebook’s Oversight Board — a court of appeals of sorts for the social media giant — has gone live. Facebook and Instagram users whose content has been taken down can appeal to the Oversight Board (OSB) for independent review, it announced on Thursday. However, users cannot yet flag content that they want taken down from these platforms. The OSB was first proposed in November 2018, after years of Facebook being subject to intense criticism for its lacklustre enforcement of its content moderatio...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, News, Instagram, India, US, Myanmar, Delhi, Wall Street Journal, WSJ, Delhi Assembly, Jamal Greene, Facebook Users, Content Moderation, Krishnaswamy


Goldman Sachs is paying billions in fines over the 1MDB scandal and clawing back exec pay. Here's what's been going on inside the bank.

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon. Getty Images Goldman Sachs has agreed to pay nearly $3 billion to settle a probe into its role in Malaysia's 1MDB corruption scandal, its Malaysia unit pleaded guilty to violating foreign bribery laws, and the firm is clawing back pay from executives including current CEO David Solomon.It's been a long saga that has for years dogged the storied Wall Street firm."We must continue to hold ourselves to the highest standards, and each of us has a vital role to p...
Tags: London, Instagram, White House, Virginia, Trends, General Motors, Bloomberg, Malaysia, Ubs, Goldman Sachs, Biden, Goldman, KKR, Blackstone, Wall Street Journal, Marcus


The Justice Dept just slapped Google with a landmark antitrust lawsuit. That could be bad news for Amazon, Facebook, and Apple.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai KENZO TRIBOUILLARD/AFP via Getty Images The Department of Justice filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google Tuesday morning, which could be have implications for other tech giants Apple, Facebook, and Amazon. If Google loses it could encourage lawmakers to rein in other tech giants, potentially going as far as breaking up parts of their business. Successful antitrust action could mean Amazon loses important third-party seller data, and Apple loses control over its ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Spotify, Politics, News, Instagram, Microsoft, Congress, Youtube, US, Trends, Tech, House


The Justice Department just slapped Google with a landmark antitrust lawsuit. That could be bad news for Amazon, Facebook, and Apple.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai. KENZO TRIBOUILLARD/AFP via Getty Images The Department of Justice filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google Tuesday morning, which could be have implications for Apple, Facebook, and Amazon. If Google loses, lawmakers could be encouraged to rein in other tech giants, potentially going as far as breaking up parts of their business. Successful antitrust action could mean Amazon loses important third-party seller data and Apple loses control over its App Store market...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Spotify, Politics, News, Instagram, Microsoft, Congress, Youtube, US, Trends, Tech, House


Facebook is finally banning anti-vax ads from its platform and Instagram

Anti-vaxxers must be steaming. In an effort to curb health misinformation amidst the coronavirus pandemic, Facebook has revealed it’ll start purging ads that discourage vaccines and immunization on its platform and Instagram. As the Wall Street Journal notes, this is hardly the first time the Zuckerberg empire has promised to crack down on vaccine misinformation. Last year, the company made a similar pledge, but later acknowledged it had failed to remove paid ads from a prominent anti-vax group ...
Tags: Startups, Facebook, Apps, Instagram, Wall Street Journal, Zuckerberg


A counter to Facebook’s rebuttal of the Netflix film ‘The Social Dilemma’

Facebook has hit out at claims made in the the Netflix docudrama ‘The Social Dilemma’ which portrayed the growing divisiveness and danger on social media and the internet, and the role big tech companies like Facebook and Google are playing in this transformation. The company claimed that the film buries “substance in sensationalism”, and rather than offer a nuanced look at technology, it gives a “distorted view of how social media platforms work to create a convenient scapegoat for what are dif...
Tags: Travel, Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, News, Instagram, Microsoft, Congress, Nazis, Politico, India, BJP, US, Social Media, Eu, Netflix



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