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Disney Cuts Ad Spending on Facebook, Instagram Amidst Growing Boycott: Report | Technology News

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Submitted 21 day(s) ago by system

Walt Disney has become the latest company to slash its advertising spending on Facebook as the social media giant faces an ad boycott over its handling of hate speech and controversial content, the Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday, citing people familiar with the situation.

PUBG Mobile: Teen Reportedly Spent Rs. 16 Lakhs From Parents’ Bank Accounts on Game | Technology News

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Submitted 35 day(s) ago by system

A new report on Thursday claimed that a teenager from Punjab spent Rs. 16 lakhs from his parents’ accounts to make in-app purchases. It was added that the 17-year-old from Kharar spent his father's life's savings kept for medical expenses.

Trump visits battleground state of Wisconsin, touts manufacturing and military investment | TheHill

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Submitted 45 day(s) ago by system

President Trump traveled to the battleground state of Wisconsin on Thursday, touring a shipyard in Marinette and highlighting his efforts to bring back manufacturing jobs and to invest in the U.S. military.

Civil Rights Groups Call for 'Pause' on Facebook Ads | Technology News

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Submitted 50 day(s) ago by system

Several civil rights and other advocacy groups are calling on large advertisers to stop Facebook ad campaigns during July because they say the social network isn't doing enough to curtail racist and violent content on its platform.

Civil Rights Groups Call for 'Pause' on Facebook Ads | Technology News

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Submitted 51 day(s) ago by system

Several civil rights and other advocacy groups are calling on large advertisers to stop Facebook ad campaigns during July because they say the social network isn't doing enough to curtail racist and violent content on its platform.

Coronavirus crisis: govt borrowing hits record level - BBC News - YouTube

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Submitted 78 day(s) ago by system

Government borrowing has surged to its highest level on record, underlining the scale of the economic damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The deficit, the difference between government spending and tax receipts, soared to more than £62 billion in April, due to the level of financial support provided by the Treasury, to help businesses and employees through the crisis. The hole in the government finances wasn't helped by a big drop in retail sales. They plummeted by a record amount in April, as many high street stores closed in the coronavirus lockdown. Clothing sales were hit hardest, down more than 50 per cent, although online spending online rose. The company which owns the coach firm Shearings has gone into administration. The Specialist Leisure Group, which is based in Wigan and employs more than 2,500 people also runs the brands UK Breakaways, Caledonian Travel and Country Living Hotels. Clive Myrie presents BBC News at Ten reports from Economics Editor Faisal Islam, Business Correspondent Emma Simpson and Judith Moritz in Wigan. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog

UK government borrows record £62bn as high street feels strain of crisis | World news | The Guardian

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Submitted 79 day(s) ago by system

Consumer spending plummeted 18% in April revealing stark impact of coronavirus restrictions

Facebook Reports 'Signs of Stability' in Ad Spending After Coronavirus Drop | Technology News

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Submitted 101 day(s) ago by system

Facebook beat analysts' estimates for quarterly revenue on Wednesday and said it has seen "signs of stability" for sales in April after a plunge in March, in yet another signal that tech giants may weather the coronavirus-induced economic collapse better than other sectors.

Watchdogs scramble to keep tabs on billions in stimulus spending - CNNPolitics

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Submitted 109 day(s) ago by system

Hundreds of billions of dollars are flowing every day from the largest emergency economic package in US history. The watchdogs, if they're even in place, are now just trying to keep up.

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