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Marketing Wrap

Snap Inc. Hires Kenny Mitchell as Its First Chief Marketing Officer, adweek.com

Comcast in talks to sell its 30% Hulu stake to Disney , adage.com

Why digital prospecting doesn’t work like it used to , adage.com

‘There are new rules’: How brands are growth-hacking Amazon’s marketplace, digiday.com

In a Country With Few Organ Donors, an Agency Transplanted a Kidney Between 2 Soap Operas, adweek.com

Ogilvy's Shelly Lazarus: 'I was never discriminated against' , adage.com

‘It’s a shakedown’: Everything you need to know about Google’s ‘unified pricing’ product changes, digiday.com

Arnold Schwarzenegger and LeBron James Promote Their Supplement Company With a Gym Duel, adweek.com

Shopify Debuts a New Hardware Kit for Merchants to Fine-Tune Their Retail Experience, adweek.com

‘We built so much on such crap’: Ad buyers sound off on the future of TV advertising, digiday.com

How Lululemon’s store strategy is helping it expand into new markets, digiday.com

Social Media Wrap

Sources: an employee told others Twitter doesn't block white supremacist content as aggressively as ISIS because the algorithm could ban some GOP politicians, vice.com

Facebook admits it often confuses advocacy and commentary on racism and white complicity in anti-blackness with attacks on a protected group, usatoday.com

Facebook takes down far-right groups days before Spanish election, theguardian.com

Facebook Will Finally Pay—Billions—for Its Privacy Missteps, wired.com

A crowd-sourced social media swarm that is betting Tesla will crash, latimes.com

Canada Says Facebook Broke Privacy Laws with ‘Superficial’ Safeguards, nytimes.com

Child stars on Instagram and YouTube aren't being protected by child labor laws, which were designed to prevent exploitation by parents and employers, theguardian.com

You might hate it, but Facebook Stories now has 500M users, techcrunch.com

Snapchat is bringing its Bitmoji avatars into video games, techcrunch.com

Chimpanzee Browsing Instagram on iPhone with Precision, 9to5mac.com

Taco Bell will sponsor Bleacher Report’s popular House of Highlights Instagram account , adage.com

Twitter is sleepwalking through this Indian election, qz.com

All In

Antarctica: Thousands of emperor penguin chicks wiped out, bbc.com

Translating Astrophysics into Blackfoot, atlasobscura.com

Trump's washing machine tarrifs cost consumers $815,000 per US job created, washingtonpost.com

Potato farmers cry foul as PepsiCo sues them, thehindu.com

Americans Are Among the Most Stressed People in the World, Poll Finds, nytimes.com

The Library Catalogue of Christopher Columbus' Son, npr.org

They worked in sweltering heat for Exxon, Shell, Walmart. They didn’t get paid, revealnews.org

Navy builds formal process for pilots to document UFO sightings, philly.com

Who Killed Lard?, npr.org

Airline bans peanuts on all flights, cnn.com

Sooner or Later Your Cousin’s DNA Is Going to Solve a Murder, nytimes.com

SoftBank subsidiary HAPSMobile is investing $125M in Alphabet's Loon as part of a strategic partnership to develop airborne tech for providing wireless internet, reuters.com