Breakfast Briefing, 10.25.2017: Twitter vows transparency about advertising

Plus: Chipotle can't catch a break.

Twitter vows ad transparency. The platform is promising to make more information about who buys ads public via an "Advertising Transparency Center." The company said in a blog post that it will make public who paid for an ad, how long it ran, and what groups it targeted.

NAACP issues warning about American Airlines. The civil rights organization warned black Americans about flying on American Airlines on Tuesday, citing "a pattern of disturbing incidents reported by African-American passengers." The carrier responded that "every day, American is committed to providing a positive, safe travel experience for everyone who flies with us," according to Fox News.

Wall Street not impressed with Chipotle queso. Despite some silver linings in its quarterly earnings, Chipotle’s revenue and its queso launch failed to impress investors, sending shares plummeting after its quarterly earnings report on Tuesday. Shares of the burrito chain are down about 14% this year, according to CNBC.

New revelations about Trump dossier. The Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign paid for research that may have resulted in a salacious dossier about President Donald Trump that became public after the 2016 election, according to The Washington Post. Trump has vehemently denied the dossier’s contents. The opposition research was started by Republicans in the 2016 primaries, according to the report. Former Clinton spokesman Brian Fallon defended the research on Twitter on Tuesday night.

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