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Trump administration staffers are getting snubbed while hunting for jobs. One recruiter tried to place six of them and couldn't land any interviews.
- Departing Trump White House communications staff are getting the cold shoulder from some corners of the job market, report Claire Atkinson and Sean Czarnecki.
- One PR recruiter has been unable to place candidates, and Trump staffers are viewed as lacking credibility.
- Those who stood up to President Donald Trump might find an easier route than those who stood by him, though.
- I talked to a mix of agency, brand, and tech sources about how to hire an Amazon agency.
- The experts broke down what agencies charge and how much advertisers should spend on advertising, among other things.
- As Amazon's ad business grows, more than 100 agencies have emerged to help brands with everything from advertising to selling.
WarnerMedia's ongoing shake-up has led to the exits of many respected execs. Meet 6 leaders who have left the company and are now free agents on the job market.
- WarnerMedia's ongoing internal shake-up means some of its key leaders who helped the company through transformational moments have exited the company and are now free agents.
- Ashley Rodriguez identified six respected former WarnerMedia execs on the market.
- The list includes former WarnerMedia executives Kevin Reilly and Blair Rich.
More stories we're reading:
- Lululemon has quietly snapped up an Uber and Headspace marketing vet as it pushes into e-commerce and connected fitness (Business Insider)
- Tech firm iSpot is acquiring Ace Metrix to get ahead in the race to fix TV ad measurement (Business Insider)
- Grubhub just hired a new head of corporate affairs to help the delivery app take on Uber and DoorDash (Business Insider)
- Signal downloads skyrocketed 4,200% after WhatsApp announced it would force users to share personal data with Facebook. It's top of both Google and Apple's app stores. (Business Insider)
- Axios wants to help companies write like its reporters-for $10,000 a year, or more (Wall Street Journal)
- 'On a learning curve here': E-commerce platforms still struggling with hateful listings (Digiday)