5 facts to start on Monday

These are the data that marketers and advertisers must master before starting this Monday: P&G reported net sales of $ 16.65 billion despite investing less in marketing Portugal Phone Number List; Venom has already surpassed $ 460 million at the box office, although no one has liked it; VW stands up to Tesla in China… and more.

$ 16 billion

Procter & Gamble Co. recorded the highest organic sales growth in five years, according to the company reported in its last quarterly report this, according to available information, despite reducing its marketing spending 6 percent. The firm that owns brands such as Gillette, Secret, Old Spice, Pampers and Tide reported net sales of $ 16.65 billion, beating analysts’ expectations.


Washington Post
No one expected Jed Hartman’s sudden departure as head of ads for the Washington Post, reported Paul Farhi, a reporter for the Post. “We will not comment on personal matters,” said Kristine Coratti Kelly, a spokeswoman for the US media. Hartman joined as chief revenue officer for nearly four years, joining in 2014, having experience with outlets such as Time, Fortune, Money, The Week, and TheWeek.com.

80 dollars
Google pledged this weekend to remove false advertisements about the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (Esta). Although the Mountain View giant adduces scam links, they had escaped these in links that directed users to sites Phone Number List where they were defrauded. This, came into force in 2010 when it was launched by the Department of Homeland Security and represents a cost for travelers of 10 dollars, but with the false links many ended up being scammed with up to 80 dollars. Google had to compromise after an investigation by the BBC.

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Vw
Tesla will not be the only one to establish a factory in China, the automotive giant Volkswagen is following in its footsteps and it will do so very closely. The German brand will invest in its first plant specially designed for electric vehicles in the Asian country. It will be in Anting, Shanghai and, according to information released in recent days, it is expected to start operating in 2020 with an annual capacity of 300 thousand cars.

$ 460 million
Although a few have liked it and the critics do not stop against the film starring Tom Hardy and Michelle Williams, and directed by Ruben Fleischer, Venos continues to shine at the box office, the weekend (its third) earned 18.1 million in the United States and 33 million In international markets, it looks little, but it was worth it to reach 461 million accumulated, according to figures released on Sunday. This could give Sony Pictures reason to give it a PG-13 rating and play to a wider audience than R-rated.