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Minor League Baseball warns of financial doom after 2020 season canceled

Professional baseball shut down in March because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The minor leagues expect to feel the effects for years. Read More

Girl-Power Toy Brand GoldieBlox Has Created a Virtual Summer Camp for Science and Art

GoldieBlox, the toy company known for empowering young girls and battling the Beastie Boys, is launching a virtual summer camp that will introduce kids to the female tech elite and give them space to experiment. There will be paper m?ch?, star gazing and camp fires (s’mores not included). “Curiosity Camp” will take the place of… Read More

CCPA Is Officially Being Enforced, but There Are Still Unanswered Questions

Enforcement of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) officially begins from July 1, but unclear guidelines and coming ballot initiatives can make complying to the law difficult. The law, which went into effect on Jan. 1, gives internet users in California the right to request businesses to not sell, and even delete, their personal information…. Read More

Coca-Cola, Ford, Starbucks et al Halt Ad Spending on ‘All’ Social Media Platforms

Coca-Cola, Ford, Starbucks et al Halt Ad Spending on ‘All’ Social Media Platforms

In 2018, Coca-Cola launched #RefreshtheFeed giving its social media accounts a complete factory reset. Coca-Cola’s new social strategy was “rooted in optimism, uplift, and connection.” Now the beverage icon is going to pause paid and organic posts on all social media platforms globally for at least 30 days, effective July 1. Chairman and CEO, James Quincey, […] Read More

Why Making an Authentic Connection Is the Future of Marketing Now More Than Ever

The role of marketing and brands today is not the same as it was even six months ago. There are the swings in marketing staffing and budgets, new expectations for how brands should behave and an increasing need for authentic connections. Adweek’s chief community officer Nadine Dietz has been tracking these trends and getting to… Read More

Amazon Acquires Zoox, Paving the Way for Deliveries With Driverless Vehicles

Amazon is set to acquire autonomous vehicle developer Zoox at a value of approximately $1.2 billion, aiding Zoox in its current focus of developing and deploying the “robotaxi,” a self-driving car that will be used for an automated taxi service. Zoox will remain a standalone business, and will continue to be led by CEO Aicha… Read More

The Perfectly Imperfect Gritty Gets a Makeover From Queer Eye’s Fab Five

For Queer Eye’s fifth season, the Fab Five traveled to Philadelphia to work its pure, heartwarming magic on the City of Brotherly Love. To promote the new season, which debuted on Netflix earlier this month, the makeover show’s stars lent their talents to one of Philadelphia’s best-loved residents: Gritty, the unpretentious fluffy orange mascot of… Read More

Airlines ‘Doing the Math’ on How to Accommodate More Travelers

As Americans begin to travel again, airlines are adding routes to carry passengers. But a total recovery isn’t yet in sight. Last weekend showed signs of progress, as the Transportation Security Administration logged the busiest weekend since mid-March with more than 1.8 million travelers passing through America’s airports. But that number still represents a steep… Read More

Ninja, Alinity and xQc get into heated Twitter argument: ‘Don’t you have another cat to abuse?’

Following comments xQc made about charity streams, several top streamers got into a back-and-forth on Twitter. Read More


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