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Museum’s Plans To Sell Pollock To Diversify Trivializes An Important Issue

The museum’s origins date back more than a century, when it became the first to be dedicated specifically to American art. It’s shocking that the Everson has now chosen to sell off an irreplaceable artifact — a rare formative work by the first American painter with profound international impact. – Los Angeles Times
Tags: Art, Visual, Everson, 09.14.20


Symposium: Religious freedom and the Roberts court’s doctrinal clean-up

This article is part of a SCOTUSblog symposium on the Roberts court and the religion clauses. Richard W. Garnett is the Paul J. Schierl / Fort Howard Corporation professor of law at the University of Notre Dame and is the founding director of the school’s Program on Church, State and Society. He wrote or joined amicus briefs in several of the cases described below, including most recently joining an amicus brief on behalf of the petitioners in Our Lady of Guadalupe School v. Morrissey-Berru. Tho...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Virginia, America, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Smith, Morrissey, Larry David, Lemon, American Legion, Antonin Scalia, Thomas Jefferson, John Roberts, Fulton


Symposium: The unfolding revolution in the jurisprudence of the religion clauses

This article is part of a SCOTUSblog symposium on the Roberts court and the religion clauses. Erwin Chemerinsky is the dean and Jesse H. Choper distinguished professor of law at University of California, Berkeley School of Law. Howard Gillman is the chancellor and a professor of political science and law at University of California, Irvine. Their book, “The Religion Clauses: The Case for Separating Church and State,” will be published by Oxford University Press in September. Although there were ...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Montana, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Philadelphia, Catholic, Smith, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, American Legion, Trump, John Roberts, Fulton, Board of Education, EEOC


How Carolyn Everson made Facebook an ad juggernaut, with ski trips, cocktails, and exclusive clubs

Facebook went from a college-networking site into a $70 billion digital-ad machine by cultivating close relationships with top marketers and the agencies that manage their multibillion-dollar budgets.  The company developed its ad business gradually and sold marketers on a cheap product with unprecedented growth and scale. It hired executives away from Google and mimicked its approach by dedicating teams to individual brands and agencies. The 2011 hire of Carolyn Everson and her development of...
Tags: Google, Verizon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, New York, Microsoft, Trends, General Motors, Unilever, Mtv, American Museum of Natural History, Park City, Suzy, Cannes, Sheryl Sandberg, Cannes Lions


How Facebook went from a Silicon Valley startup to an advertising juggernaut

Hi! I'm Lauren Johnson, a senior advertising reporter at Business Insider, and welcome to Advertising Insider daily, where we brief you on the top advertising and media news. Subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every weekday. Today we look at Facebook's relationships with agencies, the startups that investors think will take off this year, and creators' experiences with Instagram's shopping tools. Ski trips, cocktails, and exclusive groups: How Facebook made itself indispensabl...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Microsoft, Trends, Netflix, Alibaba, Sydney, Silicon Valley, Ted Sarandos, Business Insider, Park City Utah, Deer Valley Ski Resort, Everson, Facebook Marketing Partners, Katie Sturino, Patrick Coffee


Ski trips, cocktails, and exclusive groups: How Facebook made itself indispensable to advertisers and built an ad juggernaut

Facebook went from a college networking site into a $70 billion digital ad machine by cultivating close relationships with top marketers and the agencies that manage their multi-billion-dollar budgets.  The company developed its ad business gradually and sold marketers on a cheap product with unprecedented growth and scale. It hired executives away from Google and mimicked its approach by dedicating teams to individual brands and agencies. The 2011 hire of Carolyn Everson and her development o...
Tags: Google, Verizon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, New York, Microsoft, Trends, Unilever, Mtv, American Museum of Natural History, Park City, Suzy, Cannes, Sheryl Sandberg, Cannes Lions, WPP


In leaked memo to advertisers, Facebook's top ad exec promises an external audit of its safety tools and practices and tries to talk fleeing advertisers off the ledge

In a new memo sent on Friday, Facebook's VP of global marketing solutions Carolyn Everson assured advertisers that the company is serious about addressing the major concerns of civil-rights groups leading a boycott of the platform to protest hate speech and divisive content. Everson said that the company was committing to a third-party audit of its Community Standard Enforcement Report (CSER). She also said that Facebook was considering nine product recommendations by the boycott organizers. E...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Trends, Donald Trump, Group, Zuckerberg, Mark, Facebook We, Everson, Laura Murphy, CSER, Media Ratings Council, Carolyn Everson, Garm, Global Alliance for Responsible Media GARM, Global Alliance for Responsible Media


Verizon joins the Facebook ad boycott after one of its ads is displayed next to an anti-Semitic conspiracy video

Verizon has pulled its advertising from Facebook, joining a growing list of companies boycotting the social-media firm over its content moderation. A group of six nonprofit organizations started the boycott last week, calling on companies to withdraw their advertising over the spread of hate speech and misinformation on Facebook. On Thursday, June 25, the Anti-Defamation League said it found a Verizon ad next to anti-Semitic video. Verizon's chief media officer said the company was suspending ...
Tags: Verizon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Minneapolis, California, US, Trends, Fema, Patagonia, Naacp, Donald Trump, Wall Street Journal, Cnbc, Ben Jerry, Federal Emergency Management Agency FEMA


Facebook doubles down on damage control, with Zuckerberg personally addressing major advertisers on its client council as brand boycott intensifies

Mark Zuckerberg this week addressed a group of top-ranking executives from agency holding companies and advertisers including Anheuser-Busch InBev, Dentsu Aegis Network, and Omnicom Media Group. The companies are part of the client council, a small group of marketing heavyweights from brands and ad agencies that work closely with Facebook on product features and other feedback. He acknowledged the advertisers' concerns over its policies on political-content moderation, explained the company's ...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, US, Trends, Unilever, Patagonia, Donald Trump, Sheryl Sandberg, Zuckerberg, Trump, Ben Jerry, Anheuser Busch, Everson, Omnicom Media Group, Carolyn Everson


Facebook doubles down on damage control with Mark Zuckerberg personally addressing major advertisers in its client council as brand boycott intensifies

Mark Zuckerberg this week addressed a group of top-ranking executives from agency holding companies and advertisers including Anheuser-Busch InBev, Dentsu Aegis Network, and Omnicom Media Group. The companies are part of the client council, a small-knit group of marketing heavyweights from brands and ad agencies who work closely with Facebook on product features and other feedback. He acknowledged the advertisers' concerns over its policies on political content moderation, explained the compan...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, US, Trends, Unilever, Patagonia, Sheryl Sandberg, Zuckerberg, Trump, Ben Jerry, Anheuser Busch, Everson, Omnicom Media Group, Carolyn Everson, George Floyd


Mark Zuckerberg addressed major advertisers as an ad boycott against Facebook gains momentum

Mark Zuckerberg this week addressed a group of top-ranking executives from agency holding companies and advertisers including Anheuser-Busch InBev, Dentsu Aegis Network, and Omnicom Media Group. The companies are part of the client council, a small-knit group of marketing heavyweights from brands and ad agencies who work closely with Facebook on product features and other feedback. He acknowledged the advertisers' concerns over its policies on political content moderation, explained the compan...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, US, Trends, Unilever, Patagonia, Sheryl Sandberg, Zuckerberg, Trump, Ben Jerry, Anheuser Busch, Everson, Omnicom Media Group, Carolyn Everson, George Floyd


Patagonia is the latest company to boycott Facebook over 'hateful lies and dangerous propaganda on its platform'

Patagonia is the latest major brand to boycott Facebook, joining a coalition led by civil rights groups protesting Facebook's policies on content moderation and hate speech. The company announced Sunday that it will pull all ads from Facebook and Instagram through the end of July, "pending meaningful action" from Facebook. Facebook has drawn backlash for its refusal to fact-check or remove Donald Trump's posts that contain false statements or phrases like "when the looting starts, the shooting...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Trends, Patagonia, Naacp, Donald Trump, North Face, Business Insider, Trump, HARRIS, Facebook Facebook, Interpublic Group, IPG Mediabrands, Everson, Facebook VP


'We're In. We're Out': The North Face becomes the first major company to boycott Facebook as the calls for advertisers to walk out of the platform in July intensify

The North Face has become the first major brand to boycott Facebook on the heels of mounting pressure from civil rights organizations over content moderation and hate speech. The clothing company said Friday it would stop buying Facebook ads in the US solidarity with civil-rights groups like the NAACP, the Anti-Defamation League, and Sleeping Giants, effective June 19. Facebook has been under fire over its content moderation policies, particularly its handling of President Donald Trump's posts...
Tags: Facebook, US, Trends, Naacp, Donald Trump, North Face, Business Insider, Anti Defamation League, Everson, Sleeping Giants, Carolyn Everson Facebook, George Floyd, Elijah Harris


Read the memo Facebook is sending to ad agencies as calls for advertisers to boycott the platform in July intensify

Facebook has been reaching out to ad agencies this week after a group of civil rights organizations urged media buyers and brands to stop advertising on the platform in July 2020. The platform has been facing mounting pressure over its content moderation policies and its handling of President Donald Trump's posts after George Floyd's death. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Facebook is reaching out to ad agencies as it faces mounting pressure over its content moderation poli...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, US, Trends, United States, Usa Today, Naacp, Donald Trump, Facebook News Feed, Mark, Everson, Carolyn Everson, George Floyd, Elijah Harris, Voting Information Center


Reason, Feeling, and Religion: A Response to Linda McClain

For the symposium on Linda McClain, Who's the Bigot?: Learning from Conflicts over Marriage and Civil Rights Law (Oxford University Press, 2020).Cathleen Kaveny Linda McClain’s book is a meticulously researched and compellingly presented study of moral and political language. She illuminates the different ways in which the term “bigot” has been used in American constitutional law, from the battles over slavery in the nineteenth century to the skirmishes over same sex marriage in the twenty-first...
Tags: Supreme Court, Massachusetts, Israel, America, United States, Donald Trump, Branding, Guest Blogger, Board of Education, Merriam Webster, Boston College, Isaiah, Roman Catholic Church, McClain, John Wesley, Second Vatican Council


Espinoza v. Montana can reverse 150 years of anti-Catholic prejudice

Espinoza v. Montana can reverse 150 years of anti-Catholic prejudice Cultural critics, in politics and academia, insist that the United States must atone for its shameful history of discrimination against minorities. Thankfully, the Supreme Court’s Espinoza case gives our justices the opportunity to do just that: to strike down antiquated, counterproductive, and discriminatory laws disfavoring religious schools and paving the way for greater school choice. ...
Tags: Supreme Court, Montana, Senate, Religion, America, United States, House, Vatican, Catholic, Cleveland, North Carolina, Irs, Harper, Lemon, Trump, Lee


Facebook is testing a way to give advertisers more control over placement, but agencies still have brand-safety concerns

Facebook is testing a whitelisting feature in response to advertisers' long-time demand for more control over where their ads appear. Carolyn Everson, VP of global marketing solutions at Facebook, said the whitelist tool would become more widely available in the first half of 2020. Agencies have cited brand-safety concerns with Facebook's mobile ad network Audience Network. Some said they still had concerns about objectionable content, particularly in gaming apps, and increased ad prices as wh...
Tags: Facebook, California, NFL, Trends, New Zealand, Taylor, Groupm, Audience Network, EVP, Facebook Audience Network, Facebook s Audience Network, Everson, Carolyn Everson, Joshua Lowcock, Audience Network Advertisers, Audience Network Kieley Taylor


What A Bummer Game Man!

" This week's game in Kansas City is quite important for the team to put in a quality performance.  I am not a believer in this team just yet.  The O-line has something to prove after last week's game.  I don't trust Cousins to come through when we need him.   And the play by the Defense this year has been mildly disappointing.  I want to see my team beat two quality opponents in the next two weeks on the road." Instead of a quality performance, I got a wildly erratic one that resulted in ...
Tags: Defense, Sport, Bradford, Fishing, Kansas City, Vikings, Zimmer, Jekyll, Hyde, Mahomes, Kirk, Moore, Chiefs, Stefanski, Vikes, Everson


Honored prep wrestling coach Everson speaking out on ouster from East Ridge

Matt Everson won section Coach of the Year honors for leading East Ridge wrestling to its first state tournament berth. Several weeks later he learned he was out of a job.
Tags: East Ridge, Everson, Matt Everson


Justice Black’s house at center of Alexandria dispute

From 1939 until his death in 1971, Justice Hugo Black lived in Alexandria, Virginia, at 619 S. Lee Street. On Tuesday, the Alexandria City Council will consider a proposal by the current residents to work on parts of the existing structure and build additions in the property’s extensive gardens and open space. The issue comes to the city council on appeal by the Historic Alexandria Foundation, together with other interested groups and citizens, from the Old and Historic District Board of Archi...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Virginia, Massachusetts, United States, New York Times, Warner, David Davis, Griffin, Black, Alexandria, Sanders, Howard, Joseph, Brown


Inside Amazon's charm offensive to win over big brand budgets from Madison Avenue

Amazon is trying to gain on Facebook and Google's ad business by proving its platform can work for big brands that care about metrics like awareness and loyalty. Amazon is increasing its outreach to agencies to talk about new and upcoming ad formats like video ads. Some agencies say that Amazon's ad business is borrowing from Facebook and Google's playbooks but that it's unclear how important advertising is for Amazon. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. Amazon has steadily been build...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, New York, Trends, Brooklyn, Jeff Bezos, Omd, Facebook Twitter Google, Madison Avenue, Aubrey, Facebook Google, Inside Amazon, Everson, Margaritis, Dentsu Aegis Network


Facebook quietly reshuffles its top sales execs (FB)

Facebook is shaking up its sales execs. Dan Levy, the former head of small business, has become the vice president of product on ads. Carolyn Everson, a Facebook sales exec, has taken on more responsibility and is now overseeing the high-value managed small and medium business accounts. Small businesses are a crucial part of Facebook's business and were highlighted by CEO Mark Zuckerberg as a key focus for 2019. Facebook has reshuffled some of its top sales executives. The Silicon Valley tech...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Trends, Linkedin, Silicon Valley, Signal, Product Management, American Airlines, Facebook Instagram, Carolyn, Dan Levy, SMB, Everson, Carolyn Everson, Rich Rao


Facebook is cashing in on direct-to-consumer brands — even as marketers are scrambling to shift money elsewhere

According to new research from Facebook, 45% of disruptor brands said that they've built their business on the platform compared to 15% of non-disruptor brands. That reliance may lessen as DTC companies look to other kinds of advertising to reach potential customers. Facebook is betting big on Stories to keep interest from disruptor brands strong. With and a need to diversify away from Facebook, a number of direct-to-consumer brands have started spending less on Facebook in the past year. Bu...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Instagram, US, Trends, Hubble, Las Vegas, Instagrams, Marie Kondo, Rosen, Ipsos, Dan Rosen, Everson, Instagram Stories, Instagram Facebook Messenger, Carolyn Everson


‘The Predator’ Ending Almost Went Totally Off the Rails with an Ellen Ripley Cameo [UPDATED]

If you haven’t gotten around to seeing The Predator yet, which is now available on home video, you should know that it has a totally insane ending that sets the stage for a crazy sequel. But the ending was almost even more ludicrous than the one that ended up in theaters, and it would have brought the Predator franchise back around to its rivalry with the Alien franchise. UPDATE: Another alternate ending would have brought back another character from the Alien universe as well. We’ve added deta...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sigourney-Weaver, Alien, 20th Century Fox, Ripley, Garth, Ellen Ripley, Everson, Newt, The Predator, Rebecca Newt Jorden, Rebecca Jordan, Ellen Ripley Cameo


‘The Predator’ Ending Almost Went Totally Off the Rails with an Ellen Ripley Cameo

If you haven’t gotten around to seeing The Predator yet, which is now available on home video, you should know that it has a totally insane ending that sets the stage for a crazy sequel. But the ending was almost even more ludicrous than the one that ended up in theaters, and it would have brought the Predator franchise back around to its rivalry with the Alien franchise. Find out about The Predator alternate ending below. First up, let’s recap what actually happens at the end of The Predator...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sigourney-Weaver, Alien, 20th Century Fox, Ripley, Ellen Ripley, Everson, The Predator, Ellen Ripley Cameo, Yuri Everson, Breanna Watkins


Symposium: Three establishment clause paths

Luke Goodrich is Vice President and Senior Counsel at The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, which filed a cert-stage amicus brief in support of the petitioners in The American Legion v. American Humanist Association. The most interesting thing about the Maryland Peace Cross case won’t be who wins. (The Supreme Court will almost certainly uphold the cross.) The interesting part will be which path the court takes to get there. There are three main possibilities: the “Lemon test,” a historical app...
Tags: New York, Featured, Maryland, Supreme Court, Greece, Law, Court, Lemon, Great Britain, American Legion, Perry, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Galloway, Larkin, Watkins, Engel


What is “toxic” about anger?

The Oxford Word of the Year is a word or expression chosen to reflect the passing year in language. Every year, the Oxford Dictionaries team debates over a selection of candidates for Word of the Year, choosing the one that best captures the ethos, mood, or preoccupations of that particular year. The 2018 Oxford Word of the Year is: toxic.It is the sheer scope of the word’s application that has made toxic the stand-out choice for the Oxford Word of the Year. Here, psychology professor Ephrem Fer...
Tags: Books, Featured, Violent Behavior, Oxford Dictionaries, Word Of The Year, Health & Medicine, Toxic, CBT, Everson, Science & Medicine, Psychology & Neuroscience, Mental Disorders, Intermittent Explosive Disorder, WOTY, Aggressive Behavior, Mitch Lensink


What Facebook is telling advertisers about the latest hack that affected 50 million user accounts

Facebook's sales chief Carolyn Everson said she spent Friday and the past weekend talking to advertisers about the latest cyber attack that affected 50 million user accounts. Everson said that advertisers at large were very empathetic, as cyber attacks can hit anyone.  The advertiser reaction is very different from when the Cambridge Analytica crisis hit, said Everson, because Facebook has gone all out to take responsibility and fix things. The spate of bad news continues for Facebook. ...
Tags: Facebook, Samsung, Trends, Everson, Cambridge Analytica, Carolyn Everson Facebook, Carolyn Everson, Advertising Week New York Everson, Everson Lastly Facebook, Everson She


Taxpayers get another day to file after IRS computer glitch

The Internal Revenue Service said it would give U.S. taxpayers an extra day to file their returns electronically after a computer malfunction disrupted the agency’s website. The IRS said in a statement on Tuesday evening that its processing systems were back online, and that the new deadline was Wednesday. Every year the IRS processes more than 120 million tax returns that arrive by mid-April and spits back some $300 billion in refunds. Last year, about 90 percent of returns submitted by April 2...
Tags: Business, Congress, Washington, Sport, Soccer, New Hampshire, House, Treasury, Associated Press, Local News, Irs, H R Block Inc, Internal Revenue Service, Mark Everson, Turbotax, The IRS


Users and advertisers are mostly unfazed by Facebook scandal

Facebook’s downfall has, it seems, been greatly exaggerated — at least according to Facebook . Even with the Cambridge Analytica fallout and subsequent #DeleteFacebook campaigns, the site appears to be largely unfazed. An executive confirmed as much in a recent interview with The Wall Street Journal. A majority of users haven’t altered their settings and advertisers appear to be staying put. “We have not seen wild changes in behavior with people saying ‘I’m not going to share any data with...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Congress, Tech, Cnbc, Zuckerberg, Facebook Even, Everson, Cambridge Analytica, Carolyn Everson, David Seaburg, Facebook Only Facebook, Seaburg