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Snap requires 'a stomach for volatility' but could be a good investment, says RBC's Mahaney

Mark Mahaney of RBC Capital Markets said Snap is on the right track, especially with its redesign and ad platform.


Snap falls for a second day after Rihanna speaks out against controversial ad

Shares of Snap plunged another 2 percent Friday after Rihanna instructed her 60.9 million Instagram followers to delete the app.


Bitcoin briefly falls below $8,000 after Google says it will ban cryptocurrency ads

Facebook, the second largest online ad provider after Google, took similar action in January.


Jefferies: Amazon will be a $1 trillion company in 4 years

Jefferies reiterates its buy rating on Amazon shares, predicting the company's ad business sales will surge over the next five years.


Female advertising execs launch ‘Time’s Up Advertising’ to combat harassment and discrimination

More than 180 of the most senior female ad executives in North America have formed Time's Up Advertising, an anti-harassment campaign and legal aid fundraiser.


London transport body bans ad urging businesses to leave UK for France post-Brexit

An advertisement prompting British businesses to "leave post-Brexit fears behind" and move to Normandy in France has been banned by London's transport authority


Senator Mark Warner, who led political ad crackdown, is concerned about bad security on connected devices

With more people buying tech-enabled household objects, it's "expanding the surface of vulnerability" Warner said.


The ad industry isn't moving away from Facebook despite reports about fake news and Russian trolls

Advertisers want to know where their ads are running on Facebook, and the company has yet to widely provide solutions.


Facebook's top ad exec sends a video to advertisers about fake news and other issues

Fake news joins terrorism, hate speech and child exploitation among advertiser concerns on social media.


The world’s largest ad agency just had $2.6 billion wiped off its market cap

WPP saw its market capitalization fall $2.6 billion after it reported flat 2017 results Thursday. CEO Sorrell cited several reasons for the lack of growth.