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AdBrite, one of the Web's largest ad networks, announced that it has laid off 40 percent of its staff. Ironic, considering its history.
Investment in the AdBrite online ad marketplace follows an even larger funding announcement for rival Specific Media as the market heats up.
The online advertising firm has launched a new program for serving ads to third-party developer applications on Facebook--but what will Facebook's own advertising announcement next week mean for this sort of strategy?
Follow the companies that are shedding workers with this live layoff tracker, which we'll continue to update as more news surfaces.
Yahoo Local head Paul Levine is leaving to take a job at the Internet ad marketplace.
The online music company lays off 20 employees in a move that will hopefully make it fend off economic troubles. But with healthy growth, was that the best move?
The long list of companies planning staff cuts ranges from Pandora to Tesla Motors, leaving a slew of highly trained workers looking for new opportunities.
There's no denying that hard times have arrived, but experience counts for something--and that's something the survivors of the dot-com crash have in spades.
In an appeal to application developers on Facebook and Bebo, the company's Platform-A wing will offer a flat fee for every three unique visitors who view their ads.
The company responsible for putting Pirates vs. Ninjas all over your Facebook news feed raises funding from Softbank Capital with contributions from Ron Conway, the European Founders Fund, and others.