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Larry Flynt offers $10 million for info that could get Trump impeached

Larry Flynt, who founded Hustler magazine, took out a full page ad in The Washington Post advertising the offer.

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How in-house advertising works at Wix.com, the website builder with a $100 million marketing budget

Most large brands use advertising agencies to advise them on marketing and to create commercials but not so Wix.com, which has a $100 million ad budget

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Porn publisher Larry Flynt offers $10 million for dirt that could get impeached

Larry Flynt, who founded Hustler magazine, took out a full page ad in The Washington Post advertising the offer.

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Analyst: Amazon to surge more than 25%

Atlantic Equities reaffirms its overweight rating for Amazon shares, predicting its ad sales will nearly quintuple during the next four years.

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Amazon to surge more than 25% as internet giant disrupts ad business: Analyst

Atlantic Equities reaffirms its overweight rating for Amazon shares, predicting its ad sales will nearly quintuple during the next four years.

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Credit Suisse raises Alphabet and Facebook price forecasts

Credit Suisse reaffirmed its outperform ratings and raised its price targets for both Alphabet and Facebook to the highest on Wall Street, citing increasing ad spending for the internet giants.

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NFL's brand 'clearly damaged' over anthem flap, says CEO of world's No. 2 ad agency

Fans are annoyed by the political back-and-forth between Trump and the NFL players, Harris Diamond says.

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A cryptocurrency start-up took out a full page ad in the Wall Street Journal to troll Jamie Dimon's views on bitcoin

Dimon called bitcoin a "fraud" and said he would fire employees who traded it.

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What Russian ad-buying scandal could mean for tech giants

CNBC's Arjun Kharpal discusses the need for technology companies like Google and Facebook to appear politically sensitive.

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Dove set off a firestorm with its ‘racist’ soap ad, but they’re not the only ones

Dove this month attracted criticism and was accused of racism for an ad on Facebook, but it's not the only ad to go wrong. Here are seven more

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