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Twitter beats revenue targets with ad improvements, shares jump 7%

Twitter beats revenue targets with ad improvements, shares jump 7%

Twitter on Thursday reported higher revenue growth than Wall Street had expected, as the social media platform rolled out ad targeting improvements.
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Snap beats user, revenue estimates with highest growth in 4 years

Snap beats user, revenue estimates with highest growth in 4 years

Snap Inc on Thursday beat analysts' estimates for both user and quarterly revenue growth and notched the highest growth rates since late 2017, as new features on its messaging app Snapchat attracted more users.
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Marcus Rashford slams claim that campaigning boosts his endorsement deals

​High-profile England football star Marcus Rashford has been forced to defend his commercial and charity partnerships, including his links to luxury fashion house Burberry.
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YouTube adds money-making feature to attract creators

YouTube on Tuesday launched a new way for video creators to earn money from fans through a feature called Super Thanks, as the Alphabet Inc streaming service looks to attract more content makers.
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The North Face launches ‘Have You Ever’ campaign

The North Face launches ‘Have You Ever’ campaign

The North Face has launched its latest brand campaign with a focus on adventure and inspiring people to never stop exploring. 
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About You launches collection with Kendall Jenner

About You launches collection with Kendall Jenner

Online fashion shop About You is set to launch its first international capsule collection with celebrity and fashion icon Kendall Jenner, on Sunday. 
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Bally signs Johnny Huang as first Chinese global ambassador

​Bally is underlining the strength of the Chinese consumer with its latest campaign as it has signed up Chinese actor and model Huang Jingyu, also known as Johnny Huang, as the campaign’s star and as brand ambassador.
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More brands dump Chinese popstar accused of sexual assault

Louis Vuitton and Bulgari on Tuesday joined a legion of brands in dropping Chinese-Canadian pop idol Kris Wu, as sexual assault allegations swirling around the star drew condemnation across Chinese social media.
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