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India International Brand Summit 2023 sees the convergence of brands, agencies and marketing leaders
InMobi appoints Aditya Varadarajan as Regional Head for Microsoft Advertising business in India and SEA
Hardik Pandya promotes Taco Bell’s partnership with Microsoft Xbox in latest ad film
Microsoft ‘exploring’ putting ads in the responses given by Bing Chat
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Rajesh Kumar, UiPath’s VP of Marketing for India and South Asia, moves on
Microsoft invests $10 billion in OpenAI to accelerate AI breakthroughs and deploy them on Azure
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Microsoft to cut 10,000 jobs, nearly 5% of global workforce
Apple retains top spot in Interbrands’ Best Global Brands 2022 ranking, Microsoft overtakes Amazon for #2 place
Facebook parent Meta’s profit drops 52%; revenue declines for second consecutive quarter
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How Microsoft is planning to compete against Google and Facebook in the ad-tech space
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Netflix chooses Microsoft to power its ad-supported subscription offering
Dilpreeta Vasudeva becomes Head of Marketing-Business Messaging at Meta
InMobi expands partnership with Microsoft Advertising into Southeast Asia, Middle East, and Africa
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Nidhi Hola quits Microsoft after three years of association
Former Twitter India head Manish Maheshwari to launch ed-tech start-up Metaversity
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Zoom brings on board Ricky Kapur as Head of APAC
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Dentsu appoints former Microsoft executive Rashmi Vikram as Chief Equity Officer in APAC
Cannes Lions 2021 awards Microsoft with Creative Marketer of the Year
Angel Broking appoints Silicon Valley veteran Narayan Gangadhar as its new CEO
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Rahul Datta calls it a day at HP
To The New hires Irfan Khan as Business Head for Digital Marketing
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Microsoft celebrates India’s spirit of being unstoppable in first-ever holiday ad film
CNBC-TV18 and Microsoft launch ‘SMB Utsav’ to recognise unsung SMB heroes
Eros Now paid subscriber base up 24% during the lockdown
Microsoft, Google and Zoom are losing the WFH wars