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Marketing Wrap

Ikea Had a Fun Response to the Sale of the World’s Most Expensive Painting,

The pivot to reality for digital media,

Porsche Surprised Coffee Drinkers at a Cafe With Something to Really Wake Them Up,

Heathrow Brings Back the Holiday Bears and Tells Their Whole 50-Year Love Story,

How to Define Purchase Intent in the Data Age,

This McDonald’s Christmas Campaign Thinks Less About Santa and More About His Reindeer,

‘We’ve had to tone down our honesty’: Confessions of a publisher on brand-safety concerns,

Conan O’Brien Beats Up Fantasy Cosplayers in Bonkers Ads for Mobile Game,

Inside Deutsche Telekom’s new media model,

Six key steps toward building trust in programmatic advertising,

Social Media Wrap

We Can’t Trust Facebook to Regulate Itself,

Facebook removes ‘delete post’ option from the desktop web version,

Malcolm Turnbull thunderstruck by AC/DC question but Twitter fills void,

Pentagon contractor leaves social media spy archive wide open on AWS,

What Does 'Self-Care' Mean Amid a Barrage of News and Social Media?,

Why magazine mogul Tina Brown is 'angry and upset' at Google and Facebook,

Make Black Friday green: The 'Amazon for social impact' is here,

Bloomberg's new Twitter network will launch Dec 18; sources say it has already secured eight-figures in ad revenue for its first year,

Stephen Shore's Instagram Posts on Display at MoMa,

A Chinese tech giant just joined Facebook and Amazon in the $500 billion valuation club,

All In

GOP Tax Bill Is the End of All Economic Sanity in Washington,

BuzzFeed: McMaster Mocked Trump’s Intelligence in a Private Dinner,

Nanoparticles awaken immune cells to fight cancer,

Charles Manson dies at age 83,

People Who Speed-Listen to Podcasts,

Mythbuster Adam Savage Has Made a Tool Bag, and It’s Beautiful,

The Shortest Papers Ever Published (2016),

Raze, rebuild, repeat: why Japan knocks down its houses after 30 years,

A look at PLATO, a 1960s-era networked platform of computers for education, a precursor to modern Internet concepts including forums and instant messaging,

India's Indira canteen: The best meal you can buy for 13 cents,

If you tax the rich, they won't leave,

The World Is Running Out of Sand,