- The $4.8 billion PR tech industry.
- Facebook warns advertisers about Apple's privacy move.
- Google's return to offices.
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How small companies are taking on giants like Cision and Meltwater for a piece of the $4.8 billion PR tech business
- A new report from Burton-Taylor International Consulting lays out how small companies are taking on juggernauts like Cision and Meltwater, Sean Czarnecki reported.
mediais PR tech's biggest, fastest growing segment with $2.2 billion spent in 2020.
- This report comes at a time of increasing investor interest in PR tech.
- A leaked Facebook memo to advertisers lays out how Apple's new iOS 14.5 will impact ad campaigns, Patrick Coffee and I reported.
- The memo warns that results will fluctuate and audiences will shrink.
- Certain attribution tools will no longer be available.
Google's push to bring employees back to offices in September is frustrating some employees who say they'll quit if they can't be remote forever
- Google employees are expected to return to offices in September.
- Some employees aren't happy about the idea. Others want details on the new hybrid plans, Hugh Langley reported.
- One employee told Insider they quit because
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- Facebook to pay $5 million to local journalists in newsletter push (Reuters)
- WPP denies shares to founder Sorrell, who calls move 'petty' (Bloomberg)