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YouTube Revamped Its Ad System. AT&T Still Hasn’t Returned.

AT&T believes that its dialogue with YouTube played a role in the platform’s announcement last month that humans will manually vet videos from channels that are part of Google Preferred — a designation applied to channels representing the top 5 ...

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Logan Paul hasn’t hit his ‘three strikes’ yet, says YouTube CEO

And it’s one, two…no, he’s still got one more. YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said Monday that controversial vlogger Logan Paul wasn’t kicked off the streaming service because he hadn’t violated the three-strikes rule. “We do terminate accounts all the time,” ...

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Bitcoin Hasn’t Replaced Cash, but Investors Don’t Care

But disagreements within the Bitcoin community are being watched closely by central bankers and financial industry executives. The titans of finance are monitoring Bitcoin’s successes and failures as they experiment with its technological concepts, like the ledger for recording virtual ...

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Jeffrey Tambor says he hasn’t actually quit ‘Transparent’

“Transparent” star Jeffery Tambor hasn’t left the role of Maura Pfefferman — at least, not yet, despite telling the world he could not see himself returning to set amid sexual harassment allegations. Tambor, 73, is currently facing three accusations from ...

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Scott Boras hasn’t spoken to Yankees GM about Ellsbury's future

ORLANDO — Agent Scott Boras did not speak with Brian Cashman about Jacoby Ellsbury’s future during the GM Meetings. Cashman had said that a broader conversation between the two that would include Ellsbury was expected. Cashman confirmed the obvious Tuesday ...

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Donald Trump hasn’t paid 10 top staffers

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump addresses the National Convention of the American Legion in Cincinnati on Thursday. (BRYAN WOOLSTON/REUTERS) REUTERS Updated: Friday, September 2, 2016, 6:08 PM Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has run an unusually cheap campaign in part ...

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