Facebook, Google Ready To Grab More Ad Spending In Q4

December 2015
Investors Business Daily;12/11/2015, p00
The article reports on the plan of American computer technology company Google Inc. to accelerate its advertising spending in the fourth quarter of 2015, with mobile product listing advertisements underpinning that growth, according to Mizuho analyst Neil Doshi.


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