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INTEGRATED MEDIA OPPORTUNITIES
- Friday Wake-Up Call: Rihanna Slams Snapchat, and Nike Probes Inappropriate Behavior And H&M is backtracking in its lawsuit against a graffiti artist.
- Thursday Wake-Up Call: Kendall Jenner Opens Up About That Pepsi Ad. Plus, United's PR Mess In the latest twist in United's pet-related PR mess, the airline sent a dog to Japan when it was supposed to fly to Kansas.
- Wednesday Wake-Up Call: Blue Apron Gets an Odd Endorsement. And Netflix Snags a Hit-Maker The Trump administration wants to replace food stamps with a 'Blue Apron-type program.' What should Blue Apron say about that?
- New York Times Print Edition Will Still Exist for 'at Least 10 Years,' Says NYT Co. CEO In a
CNBCappearance on Monday, New York Times Co. CEO Mark Thompson discussed the company's recent positive financial resultsâ "and also, when pressed...
- Wednesday Wake-Up Call: Tesla Blasts Off, and Jim Carrey Blasts Facebook...Musk says he wants to see a new "space race," according to
CNBC. His next plan is to launch a fleet of "BFRs" -- which stands...