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Today's news: Google cracks down on political ads, the power players at Publicis, and The New York Times reckons with 'Caliphate.'

Sundar Pichai
Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai

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Google is blocking all political ads, as well as those related to the US Capitol siege, until at least the day after the inauguration 

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Arthur Sadoun Marcel Launch


Meet the top executives leading advertising giant Publicis' turnaround as it takes on rivals WPP and Omnicom

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A woman exits the New York Times Building in New York, in this file photo taken August 14, 2013.  REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
A woman exits the New York Times Building in New York

Thomson Reuters

New York Times insiders say tensions are still simmering over its response to the 'Caliphate' disaster, and it reveals the internal politics of its red-hot audio business

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