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The opening gala of Advertising Week 2019.

Seeking nominations for the hottest adtech companies of 2019

The list will spotlight adtech companies that are driving change and their employees who have been instrumental to that change, from the CEO on down.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

The new iPhone software update is already catching apps like Facebook being shady

Users who download iOS 13 on iPhone are getting notifications that apps like Facebook and YouTube are attempting to harvest data using Bluetooth.

The race for cannabis dollars, agencies go on an ad-tech crash diet, media companies on the move

Havas sees a big opportunity to provide cannabis-related education, research, and training to drug, health, and wellness clients.
From left to right, Beeswax founders Shamim Samadi, Ari Paparo, and Ram Rengaswamy.

3 Googlers turned startup founders have been using the same old-school tool since their first day on their own

Beeswax, an ad-tech startup founded by three former Google executives, set up whiteboards in practically every room of their New York office, including the kitchen. Whiteboards have been the common thread on the journey from working at Google to leading their own startup.

Facebook’s technology can be used to stoke divisions all over the world

Facebook's advertising problem isn't just a national political issue; it's a global one.
mParticle co-founder and CEO Michael Katz

Marketing tech startup mParticle has raised $35 million in Series C funding

The marketing tech startup mParticle has raised $35 million in Series C funding. The company promises to help brands wrangle their numerous digital data sets.

The 19 most interesting ad-tech upstarts of 2017, ranked

Ad tech has changed, as has the list of hottest companies in this rapidly evolving sector in 2017.

Google’s been running a secret test to detect bogus ads — and its findings should make the industry nervous

Google, CBS, and other big media companies are finding tons of bogus ad inventory on all the big programmatic ad exchanges. And they are trying to stamp it out.

Tech startup Yext prices its IPO at $8 to $10 a share

Yext helps firms manage their listings on directory sites like Yelp, Apple Siri, and Google Maps.

The Guardian is suing ad tech company Rubicon Project

The Guardian is looking to recuperate "non-disclosed buyer fees".