This is about "having a positive impact on society and whether we as a company want to engage with companies that are not committed to making a positive impact", Weed said in an interview.
"We can not continue to prop up a digital supply chain ... which at times is little better than a swamp in terms of its transparency", Unilever marketing boss Keith Weed will say, according to copy of his speech obtained by CNN. It has an annual marketing budget of roughly €8 billion ($9.8 billion), and 25% of its ads are digital.
Amid a social media backlash and calls for a boycott, the brand apologised, saying it "missed the mark in representing women of colour thoughtfully".
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Sajna, who was one of top TTP leaders, also headed Taliban militants from the Mehsud tribe in South Waziristan. President Donald Trump took office in January 2017, though they are a long way off their peak in 2010.
According to the Financial Times, he plans to say that "Unilever will not invest in platforms or environments that do not protect our children or which create division in society, and promote anger or hate".
"This is not something that can brushed aside or ignored", he will say in the speech.
Pritchard, little more than a year ago at the same IAB forum, threatened to cut off spending by the world's biggest advertiser on digital platforms that didn't ensure brand safety or provide accredited third-party audience verification. Google said in December it would hire thousands of new moderators after coming under fire for allowing child abuse videos and other offensive content to flourish on YouTube.
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Ford is making an additional $25 million available to help meet demands for the Lincoln Navigator and Ford Expedition. Expedition retail sales were up almost 57 percent last month and vehicles are spending just seven days on dealer lots.
Facebook also revealed that users are spending less time on its network after it chose to show fewer viral videos.
Facebook, Twitter and Google, for example have been the focus of Congressional inquiry over how Russian agents may have used their platforms to buy ads or spread fake news items during the 2016 presidential election, often to fan flames of division over race, religion, gender and sexual preference.
Keith Weed will say: "As one of the largest advertisers in the world, we can not have an environment where our consumers don't trust what they see online". "The year where we collectively rebuild trust back in our systems and our society".
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Finally, the professor re-marked the paper giving Ms Arnold a B+, and acknowledging the "misunderstanding". That may not be the conclusion SNHU student Ashley Arnold came to for a recent research project.