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Google Completes Fitbit Acquisition Even Though DOJ Hasn't Officially Weighed In

Google has promised not to combine Fitbit data with Google’s advertising business over the next decade.

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Guardian Media Group hires new advertising chief

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Criteo and The Drum forecast retail media will be key in 2021

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