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Jack in the Box Hands Its $90 Million Media Business to Carat L.A.

Jack in the Box has named Dentsu Aegis Network’s Carat L.A. as its media agency of record tasked with handling traditional and digital media buying and planning for the fast-food chain. “Carat L.A. showed tremendous media industry knowledge and progressive technology that aligns with the challenger spirit of the Jack in the Box brand,” said…[…]

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Financial Firm Behind ‘Fearless Girl’ Will Pay $5 Million for Allegedly Underpaying Women and Minorities

State Street Corp., parent company of the investment firm behind Wall Street’s iconic Fearless Girl statue, today agreed to pay a combined $ 5 million to more than 300 women and 15 black employees who were paid less than their white, male counterparts, according to a federal audit. According to today’s filing, the U.S. Department[…]

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Kargo Moves to Stop Former Sales Exec’s $40 Million Payout in Gender Discrimination Case

Mobile ad shop Kargo has filed a motion to stop a $ 40 million award by an arbiter in a case that alleged Alexis Berger, former svp of sales for the Midwest and West Coast for Kargo, was the victim of gender discrimination, retaliation, equal pay violation, violation of wage law and breach of contract.[…]

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Here’s Why Former Kargo Sales Exec Was Awarded $40 Million in Sexual Discrimination, Wrongful Termination Case

Alexis Berger, the former svp of sales for the Midwest and West Coast offices of mobile advertising company Kargo, was awarded $ 40 million in a third-party arbitration ruling that Adweek obtained last week. While a federal court will still need to issue a decision on the case, how the arbiter, Judge Billie Colombaro, came[…]

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Former Kargo Sales Exec Awarded $40 Million in Arbitration Over Sexual Discrimination, Wrongful Termination

Alexis Berger, former svp of sales for the Midwest and West Coast offices of mobile advertising company Kargo, has been awarded more than $ 40 million in a third-party arbitration ruling obtained by Adweek. The case alleged that Berger had been a victim of gender discrimination, retaliation, equal pay violation, violation of wage law and[…]

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Twitter can’t get over this English cricketer who was sold for $2 million at the IPL auctions

The Indian Premier League (IPL) auctions were held in Bangalore on Monday. For the uninitiated, IPL is a Twenty20 cricket tournament held in India in April-May and draws players from across the globe in a month-long extravaganza.  This is its tenth year and the English Premier League replica is now one of the richest and[…]

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Report: Facebook is paying more than $50 million to publishers and celebs for live streaming

Facebook’s live streaming platform is proving to be a significant source of cash for some media companies.   The social network is paying out more than $ 50 million to publishers and celebrities who produce content for Facebook Live, according to “a document” reviewed by the Wall Street Journal.  SEE ALSO: Facebook Live is the next[…]