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J&J and Verizon Join Major Marketers Suspending YouTube Advertising – AdAge.com

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This article was originally published on this site Credit: Johnson & Johnson via YouTube Most Popular Johnson & Johnson has suspended its YouTube advertising globally, joining a growing group of advertisers and agencies stepping back from the dominant video platform over ads’ proximity to hate speech, terrorist propaganda and other objectionable content. “The Johnson &…

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Trudeau Placeholder Budget Holds Line on Deficits, Spending – Bloomberg

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This article was originally published on this site Justin Trudeau’s government is hitting the brakes on new spending and avoiding major tax changes as Canada’s economy shows signs of recovery. Finance Minister Bill Morneau revealed his second budget Wednesday, leaving deficit projections and total spending over the next five years largely unchanged. While the budget didn’t…

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Judge orders Exxon to hand over documents related to climate change – CNNMoney

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This article was originally published on this site Rex Tillerson doesn’t ‘recall’ lobbying against sanctions A judge said on Wednesday that Exxon Mobil must turn over documents to a New York prosecutor probing whether the company lied to the public and investors about the threat of climate change. Among the documents the company must produce:…

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Clayton, Trump's Pick for SEC, Sees 'Meaningful' Room to Bolster US IPOs – TheStreet.com

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This article was originally published on this site The Trump administration’s pick to head the Securities and Exchange Commission, Wall Street lawyer Jay Clayton, is set to tell lawmakers Thursday that he sees “meaningful room for improvement” at the agency when it comes to bolstering the U.S. market for initial public offerings. “In recent years,…

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Starbucks' Howard Schultz hands the keys to his successor in an emotional investor meeting – Washington Post

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This article was originally published on this site Starbucks Chairman and CEO Howard Shultz, left, hands over the key to the original Starbucks store at Seattle’s Pike Place Market to President and Chief Operating Officer Kevin Johnson on stage at the annual shareholders meeting at McCaw Hall in Seattle on March 22. (Jason Redmond/AFP/Getty Images)…

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