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Marketing Wrap

‘There was no accountability’: What went wrong for The Players’ Tribune,

How American Express is preparing for a world without cookies,

Kroger freshens brand with debut work from DDB, its first agency of record,

‘Client Demand’ Leads MediaMath to Integrate With LiveRamp,

Airbnb to Sponsor 2020 Summer Olympics and Beyond: Report,

Holiday season fans, rejoice: Colorful cups are back at Starbucks and Dunkin',

ABC's 'Little Mermaid Live' reminds 9 million viewers Disney Plus is coming,

How Target Taught Fashion Designers That Plus Sizes Were a Profitable Idea,

Tastemade expands 24-hour TV channel to the UK,

Social Media Wrap

Court docs: Facebook execs discussed a plan in 2012 to cut off access to user data for developers seen as future rivals while pushing a user privacy narrative,

Avaaz: false stories on Facebook had 158M views in 2019, greater than before the 2016 election, with 86M views in the last 3 months, up 3x over the prior 3,

Facebook says 100 software developers may have improperly accessed user data,

Twitter announces Topics, which lets users follow 300+ subjects in their timeline, rolling out from Thursday; topics include sports and gaming but not politics,

Twitter political ad ban could silence climate activists, says Warren,

Twitter exec teases possible major changes coming in 2020,

To fight Google and Facebook, European publishers try login alliances,

The Wall Street Journal takes aim at social media ‘noise’ in new ad campaign,

All In

USDA Organic Now Allows Glyphosate in Organic Hydroponic Food Production,

Congolese Doctor Discovered Ebola but Never Got Credit for It – Until Now,

Jeffrey Epstein: ABC stopped report 'amid Palace threats',

Boeing whistleblower raises doubts over 787 oxygen system,

Ford built an electric Mustang with a manual transmission. And we’re mad.,

SoftBank reports a loss of ~$6.5B, its first operating loss in 14 years, and a loss of $8.9B in the Vision Fund, including a charge of $4.6B for WeWork,

A Horror Story: How Private Equity Vampires Are Killing Everything,

Walmart and other companies are testing a monitoring device for workplace safety made by StrongArm in warehouses, raising concerns about workplace surveillance,

Typora: A truly minimal markdown editor,

TikTok Is Having a Rough Time in Washington,

Beyond “silly memes”, TikTok’s India story is driven by users earning less than $350 a month,