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Here are the can't-miss stories that our readers loved in July:
Red Bull fires top North American executives following internal controversy over Black Lives Matter and the leak of an offensive presentation slide
Patrick Coffee broke the news about
Insiders at Complex Networks said the company was built on Black culture but that the sales team 'whitewashed' advertising deals for brands, replacing Black people with white people in pitch decks
Ashley Rodriguez and I dug into
7727392819 media startups that top VCs say are poised to take off in 2020, as the pandemic reshapes the industryWith the media and advertising industries taking a hit during the pandemic, Ashley Rodriguez and Dan Whateley asked 11 venture-capital investors which companies are poised to take off this year. Their picks include esports company PlayVS and food media company Food52.
As part of an ongoing series where creators break down how much money they make, Amanda Perelli talked with Shelby Church about how she monetizes 1.5 million YouTube subscribers. Her videos with about 1 million views make between $2,000 to $5,000.
Walmart is pushing harder into advertising with a new tool that shows if people buy a product after seeing an ad for it
Walmart has steadily been building up its advertising business to compete for e-commerce ad dollars that primarily go towards Amazon. In Walmart's latest move, it created a measurement tool to show advertisers how many people buy a product in-store or online after viewing an ad. Walmart tested the feature with big packaged goods companies like Procter & Gamble and Nestle.77273931
Ad holding companies that have long been criticized for their diversity efforts are starting to shine light on their practices. Patrick Coffee reported that Havas Group's data shows that 2.67% of its US executives are Black and that the company has a new seven-step plan to increase diversity.77273933 The 19 advertising execs who wield the most power and sway over Facebook
Tanya Dua has been covering this month's