The coronavirus pandemic has left much of the economy in peril, but political ads remain bullish and are expected to explode in the coming months.
Foxconn's quarterly profit has hit a two-decade low in Q1 this year as the company was forced to cease operations in China amidst the coronavirus pandemic and demand from key customers such as Apple was on the low. The company reported a net profit of $70.3 million, a 90% plunge year-on-year, the lowest figure since Q1 2000, and less than a quarter of a market analyst's previously estimated value.
Digital-first advertisers are taking advantage of the discounts to test out TV's performance.
Concern is also rising in the administration over the massive cost of the stimulus programs meant to support the economy and their effect on the national debt.
Lance comes to ESPN May 24.
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The Atlantic will lay off almost 20 percent of its staff as a result of the economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the top executive announced Thursday.
Barstool's ad revenue is projected to be down 20-25% in the short term, but CRO Deirdre Lester is still optimistic about hitting year-end goals.
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A new study suggests that 20 percent of university students may not return to college for the fall semester. Some analysts believe that the ongoing Chinese virus pandemic has drastically shifted American attitudes towards higher education.
The nation’s largest teachers union launched a $1.6 million advertising campaign on Thursday to drum up support for federal funding that union leaders say is crucial to reopening schools safely.