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Federica Cherubini / Reuters Institute:
A survey of 136 news leaders from 39 countries: 61% say their organization has largely embraced hybrid and flexible work, 20% want a pre-pandemic working model
Sources: Twitter's ads team has shrunk so much after layoffs that ad agencies complain its ads systems are now buggy and that they lack a point of contact there
Mark Stenberg / Adweek:
Harvard Business Review reports 116K digital subscribers, more than one-third of its 328K total paying readers; subscriptions have grown 6.5% in 2022
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