This wasn't the first time his conduct was questioned. This time, revenue is flat and the share price has nosedived.
Advertisers need to know the "why" as well as the "how" when it comes to how their budget was spent.
Privacy concerns are not holding back social spend. It's up. Way up.
Privacy is the starting pistol signalling it's open season to tackle the dominance of the duopoly.
Knorr is paying people to watch its video ads -- only with the twist of a donation to charity.
Digital advertising and subs are up, but native has halved in just one year in B2B.
The ICO will probe, but expect Facebook to use GDPR compliance as an all-round face saver.
What next now that Sorrell is being investigated and the good times appear to be over?
Never a penny in profits and valued at ten times more than its twelve-year cumulative losses.
When social overtakes tv in 2020, Facebook will earn a billion more a year than today. Sound like a crisis?