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  • Report: Google to appeal $2.7 billion EU fine

    According to The Telegraph, Google is planning to file an appeal against the roughly $2.7 billion (€2.4 billion) antitrust fine imposed by the European Commission in June for abuse of market position in shopping search. The fine was the largest in EU history; the previous record fine was $1.3 billion against Intel.

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  • Google adds trending searches and instant answers to iOS app

    With a new search app update for iOS, Google has added trending searches and instant answers. (TechCrunch noticed it earlier today.) It replicates a previously introduced Android feature which reportedly resulted in an outcry, causing Google to enable an opt-out. In the “what’s new” discussion in the iOS App Store, Google says: See searches that are trending around you when ...

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  • Yelp introduces custom (local) audiences for national advertisers

    Roughly two years ago, Yelp phased out its display ad unit for national advertisers. Earlier this week, the company introduced a new data-driven ad product for that same segment: Yelp Local Audiences (YLA). The company is working with LiveRamp to transmit data to DSPs (demand side platforms) and exchanges where anonymous matching finds Yelp users on third-party sites.

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  • Survey: More consumers seeking to buy directly from brands vs. retailers

    One of today’s marketing mantras is “brand loyalty is dead.” As always, the truth is more complicated than a slogan. While millennials and Generation Z are less likely to be loyal than previous generations — chiefly because there’s more transparency and information available to them — there’s a strong argument to be made that brands and retailers that get the customer experi ...

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