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Twitter halts COVID-19 misinformation policy in latest business pivot

The pandemic-inspired policy, which removed more than 11,000 accounts since 2020, is no longer in effect.

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Lyft expands Dominic Carr’s responsibilities, promotes Sona Iliffe-Moon

Carr, the ride-hailing company’s comms leader, is also overseeing marketing.

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StubHub hires Peloton alum Jessica Kleiman to lead global comms

Kleiman was previously Peloton Interactive’s SVP of global communications before leaving the company this year.

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Info Edge Ventures backs ShortTok

ShortTok is the creator of an automated visual-storytelling technology.

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AGs to Apple: Protect private reproductive health data on apps

In a letter penned to Apple CEO Tim Cook, the attorneys general say Apple hasn’t done enough to protect users’ reproductive health data.

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Follow the audience, not the market

There are lessons to be learned from the dot-com boom — and bust — in the current economic environment.

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BlockFi turns to C Street Advisory Group amid bankruptcy filing

The crypto company’s Chapter 11 filing follows FTX’s recent collapse.

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Twitter advertisers exit as brand safety concerns escalate

Agency leaders warn that cutting resources into moderation and Musk’s own behavior on Twitter is turning advertisers away from the platform.

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The Gen Z Perspective: Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover

Does the vision of Twitter’s new owner make young people more or less likely to use it? We ask jurors at the Campaign US BIG Awards.

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‘Do no harm’ applies to startups, too. Healthcare marketers on Elizabeth Holmes' prison sentence

See what marketers and communicators had to say about the sentencing of the ex-Theranos CEO.

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Real Chemistry, 21Grams launch discipline to bridge gaming and healthcare

The offering is inspired by 21Grams VP and strategy director Devon Taylor’s postpartum experience.

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Padilla recommends clients pause Twitter activity

The PR agency says it needs more confidence in Twitter’s direction.

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‘Not knowing what’s coming next is a big question mark’: Twitter, Elon Musk and pharma’s uneasy detente

As Musk remakes the social media platform in his own image, he risks further alienating pharma advertisers.

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Omnicom joins IPG in recommending clients pause Twitter spend

Ad giant Omnicom Media Group is advising its clients, which include PepsiCo, Mercedes-Benz and McDonald's, to halt investments on Twitter in light of recent layoffs and brand safety concerns.

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5 things for brands to know about Mastodon

As more people and brands eye the exits from Twitter, here are a few things to know about marketing on a decentralized platform.