Day: June 15, 2022

Marketing

Marketing Briefing: As brands reassess in-housing needs, the

The so-called “war for talent” may be cooling off between agencies and brands. That’s not to say it’s easy to hire for an open position now – agency execs say it can still be difficult to find the right candidate – but that the competition between brands and agencies for the same talent pool may not be as acute. 

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Accounting

Finance chair asks accounting firm why it disavowed Trump

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) sent a letter to former President Trump’s longtime accounting firm on Tuesday demanding to know why the company disavowed financial statements prepared for the Trump Organization.

Mazars terminated its relationship with the Trump Organization in February, saying that it could no longer vouch for the business’s financial statements for the past decade following

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Advertising

Check My Ads aims to defund Fox after going after right-wing

Claire Atkin (left) and Nandini Jammi founded the nonprofit group Check My Ads, which aims to defund disinformation online. Now, they have launched a campaign aimed at Fox News’ online empire.

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Claire Atkin (left) and Nandini Jammi founded the nonprofit group Check My Ads, which aims to defund disinformation online. Now, they

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Finance

ORPEA Announces the Conclusion of a Conciliation Protocol

PUTEAUX, France, June 13, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Regulatory News:

In furtherance of the overhaul of the Group’s financing strategy, ORPEA (Paris:ORP) is pleased to announce the conclusion and approval of a conciliation protocol with its core banking pool under the key terms of the agreement in principle signed on 12 May 2022.

After having informed and consulted with the

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Loans

These Apps Are Cheaper Than Payday Loans, but Fees Can Add

What’s happening

A workplace benefit is growing in popularity: earned-wage access apps that give workers some of their earnings before payday.

Why it matters

The apps help workers avoid the costs of payday loans or overdraft fees during a financial crunch, but they can still take a bite out of paychecks.

What’s next

Regulators are set to clarify rules for

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