The Rundown: Travel, entertainment ad spend expected to remain strong in 2022, while early pandemic trends drop off

The travel and entertainment industries are slowly bouncing back nearly three years after the global pandemic hit and punished them mightily. Other sectors that took off earlier in the lockdown, however, are seeing a slowdown in advertising spend as companies consider a possible recession. In a new analysis by intelligence platform MediaRadar, ad spend categories

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Ethereum Co-Founder Vitalik Buterin Downplays Ethereum PoW Fork, Hopes It ‘Doesn’t Lead to People Losing Money’

Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin recently discussed what he thinks about the recent Ethereum proof-of-work (PoW) fork topic that’s been finding its way into a number of conversations within the crypto community. Buterin remarked at the ETH-Seoul conference over the weekend, that he believes the people introducing the forked token concept are basically a “couple of

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Ukraine, Russia trade blame for nuclear plant shelling amid global alarm

Author of the article: Reuters Natalia Zinets and Max Hunder KYIV — Kyiv and Moscow traded blame on Monday for the weekend shelling of Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear complex amid international alarm that their battle for control of the plant could trigger catastrophe. Calling any attack on a nuclear plant “suicidal,” United Nations chief Antonio Guterres

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