The prospective merger of AT&T Inc. and Time Warner Inc. will likely escape regulatory review by the Federal Communications Commission, according to a filing AT&T submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The prospective merger of AT&T Inc. and Time Warner Inc. will likely escape regulatory review by the Federal Communications Commission, according to a filing AT&T submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Seventy-two percent of people said they are feeling hopeful about 2017, and 50 percent said they’re anxious, according to a new Morning Consult poll. People are putting a lot of stock in leaving behind 2016, too – 51 percent of people said they’re excited about 2017, compared to 23 percent who said they’re sad and 19 percent who feel angry about the new year.
Seventy-two percent of people said they are feeling hopeful about 2017, and 50 percent said they’re anxious, according to a new Morning Consult poll. People are putting a lot of stock in leaving behind 2016, too – 51 percent of people said they’re excited about 2017, compared to 23 percent who said they’re sad and 19 percent who feel angry about the new year.
Traveling is hard, and the holidays make it even harder. While Americans prefer knowing what they’re getting upfront when they fly, they are still intrigued by a cheaper option.
Traveling is hard, and the holidays make it even harder. While Americans prefer knowing what they’re getting upfront when they fly, they are still intrigued by a cheaper option.
President-elect Donald Trump’s unexpected victory brought plenty of attention to jobs, and his promise to bring back work from overseas. But what about jobs that are lost to technological advances?
President-elect Donald Trump’s unexpected victory brought plenty of attention to jobs, and his promise to bring back work from overseas. But what about jobs that are lost to technological advances?
Our clients have a lot to lose if consumers and other stakeholders accept the notion that some, most or all news is fake, and if they can no longer distinguish between what is real and what is imaginary.
Our clients have a lot to lose if consumers and other stakeholders accept the notion that some, most or all news is fake, and if they can no longer distinguish between what is real and what is imaginary.
With just 11 days until Christmas, a report from the office of Sen. Bill Nelson is raising questions about personal information collected by companies making "smart toys" that are connected to the internet.
With just 11 days until Christmas, a report from the office of Sen. Bill Nelson is raising questions about personal information collected by companies making "smart toys" that are connected to the internet.
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Brands Brief: Week in Review & What’s Ahead

Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States on Friday, which could ultimately be good news for the brands backing him on Inauguration Day. However, some clients are asking ad agencies to keep their brands away from news involving Trump, posing a challenge to ad agencies now that he’s the new commander-in-chief.

Brands Brief: Week in Review & What’s Ahead

U.S. companies like Fitbit Inc. are concerned they may end up being the target of President-elect Donald Trump’s critical tweets because of overseas production. Meanwhile, L.L. Bean is the latest company to be blacklisted by #GrabYourWallet, a campaign to boycott retailers that have shown support for Trump.

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