Journal House Returns to Davos as WSJ Expands Experiential Marketing

It's the second year of the branded pop-up, which has added new sponsors.

Facebook Hit With Class-Action Suit by Developers Over Loss of Access to Social Data in 2014

Third-party developers allege "an anticompetitive scheme of unprecedented scale."

Media Execs Agree on the Need for Better Measurement for Fragmented Audiences

If only CES could be used for something useful.

Bob Cohn Heads to The Economist as President

Bob Cohn joins The Economist after more than 10 years at The Atlantic.

Pandora Debuts Test & Tune Measurement Tools for Tracking Within Campaigns

The audio-streaming platform has rolled out the feature in open beta.

After a Year of Change, Verizon Media’s Iván Markman Looks Ahead

"We're in a much stronger position than we were in Q1 at this point in time last year."

Former US Speaker of the House Paul Ryan Talks 2020 Economic Predictions at NRF

China, innovation and education were all top of mind at the National Retail Federation conference.

G/O Media Says GMG Union Is ‘Harassing Candidates’ as It Tries to Rebuild Deadspin

G/O Media sends a letter to GMG Union saying it is moving Deadspin to Chicago and ending negotiations.

Facebook Continues to Resist Calls to Limit Political Advertising, Fact-Check Content

The social network countered with giving users controls and access to more information.

Micro-Targeting Bans on Platforms Is Bad for Marketers on All Sides of the Aisle

Better targeting has helped campaigns of all sizes find a louder voice online, especially smaller campaigns with limited budgets.