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26 апреля, 16:30

Is Chubb Limited (CB) a Great Stock for Value Investors?

Let's see if Chubb Limited (CB) stock is a good choice for value-oriented investors right now from multiple angles.

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20 апреля, 15:32

Allstate sees Q1 catastrophe losses $781 million pretax

This is a Real-time headline. These are breaking news, delivered the minute it happens, delivered ticker-tape style. Visit www.marketwatch.com or the quote page for more information about this breaking news.

20 апреля, 09:39

Секс-скандал и дружба с Трампом: чем еще прославился оскорбивший Путина Билл О'Рейли

Руководство американский телеканала Fox News решило расстаться с журналистом и телеведущим Биллом ОРейли, некогда оскорбившим президента России Владимира Путина. Об этом стало известно из заявления пресс-службы телеканала.

20 апреля, 00:38

How Will Bill O'Reilly's Exit Affect 21st Century Fox (FOXA) Stock?

On Wednesday, 21st Century Fox (FOXA) officially announced that Bill O'Reilly, host of American cable news juggernaut The O'Reilly Factor, will not be returning to Fox News.

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19 апреля, 16:15

Cincinnati Financial Projects Q1 Catastrophe Loss of $106M

Cincinnati Financial Corporation (CINF) recently announced pre-tax catastrophe loss estimates for the first quarter of 2017.

18 апреля, 15:00

The First Wave of Corporate AI Is Doomed to Fail

Artificial intelligence is a hot topic right now. Driven by a fear of losing out, companies in many industries have announced AI-focused initiatives. Unfortunately, most of these efforts will fail. They will fail not because AI is all hype, but because companies are approaching AI-driven innovation incorrectly. And this isn’t the first time companies have made this kind of mistake. Back in the late 1990s, the internet was the big trend. Most companies started online divisions. But there were very few early wins. Once the dot-com bust happened, these companies shut down or significantly downscaled their online efforts. A few years later they were caught napping when online upstarts disrupted industries such as music, travel, news, and video, while transforming scores of others. In the mid-2000s, the buzz was about cloud computing. Once again, several companies decided to test the waters. There were several early issues, ranging from regulatory compliance to security. Many organizations backed off from moving their data and applications to the cloud. The ones that persisted are incredibly well-positioned today, having transformed their business processes and enabled a level of agility that competitors cannot easily mimic. The vast majority are still playing catch-up. Insight Center The Age of AI Sponsored by Accenture How it will impact business, industry, and society. We believe that a similar story of early failures leading to irrational retreats will occur with AI. Already, evidence suggests that early AI pilots are unlikely to produce the dramatic results that technology enthusiasts predict. For example, early efforts of companies developing chatbots for Facebook’s Messenger platform saw 70% failure rates in handling user requests. Yet a reversal on these initiatives among large companies would be a mistake. The potential of AI to transform industries truly is enormous. Recent research from McKinsey Global Institute found that 45% of work activities could potentially be automated by today’s technologies, and 80% of that is enabled by machine learning. The report also highlighted that companies across many sectors, such as manufacturing and health care, have captured less than 30% of the potential from their data and analytics investments. Early failures are often used to slow or completely end these investments. AI is a paradigm shift for organizations that have yet to fully embrace and see results from even basic analytics. So creating organizational learning in the new platform is far more important than seeing a big impact in the short run. But how does a manager justify continuing to invest in AI if the first few initiatives don’t produce results? Related Video A.I. Could Liberate 50% of Managers' Time Here's what they should focus on. Save Share See More Videos > See More Videos > We suggest taking a portfolio approach to AI projects: a mix of projects that might generate quick wins and long-term projects focused on transforming end-to-end workflow. For quick wins, one might focus on changing internal employee touchpoints, using recent advances in speech, vision, and language understanding. Examples of these projects might be a voice interface to help pharmacists look up substitute drugs, or a tool to schedule internal meetings. These are areas in which recently available, off-the-shelf AI tools, such as Google’s Cloud Speech API and Nuance’s speech recognition API, can be used, and they don’t require massive investment in training and hiring. (Disclosure: One of us is an executive at Alphabet Inc., the parent company of Google.) They will not be transformational, but they will help build consensus on the potential of AI. Such projects also help organizations gain experience with large-scale data gathering, processing, and labeling, skills that companies must have before embarking on more-ambitious AI projects. For long-term projects, one might go beyond point optimization, to rethinking end-to-end processes, which is the area in which companies are likely to see the greatest impact. For example, an insurer could take a business process such as claims processing and automate it entirely, using speech and vision understanding. Allstate car insurance already allows users to take photos of auto damage and settle their claims on a mobile app. Technology that’s been trained on photos from past claims can accurately estimate the extent of the damage and automate the whole process. As companies such as Google have learned, building such high-value workflow automation requires not just off-the-shelf technology but also organizational skills in training machine learning algorithms. As Google pursued its goal of transitioning into an AI-first company, it followed a similar portfolio-based approach. The initial focus was on incorporating machine learning into a few subcomponents of a system (e.g., spam detection in Gmail), but now the company is using machine learning to replace entire sets of systems. Further, to increase organizational learning, the company is dispersing machine learning experts across product groups and training thousands of software engineers, across all Google products, in basic machine learning. This all leads to the question of how best to recruit the resources for these efforts. The good news is that emerging marketplaces for AI algorithms and datasets, such as Algorithmia and the Google-owned Kaggle, coupled with scalable, cloud-based infrastructure that is custom-built for artificial intelligence, are lowering barriers. Algorithms, data, and IT infrastructure for large-scale machine learning are becoming accessible to even small and medium-size businesses. Further, the cost of artificial intelligence talent is coming down as the supply of trained professionals increases. Just as the cost of building a mobile app went from $200,000–$300,000 in 2010 to less than $10,000 today with better development tools, standardization around few platforms (Android and iOS), and increased supply of mobile developers, similar price deflation in the cost of building AI-powered systems is coming. The implication is that there is no need for firms to frontload their hiring. Hiring slowly, yet consistently, over time and making use of marketplaces for machine learning software and infrastructure can help keep costs manageable. There is little doubt that an AI frenzy is starting to bubble up. We believe AI will indeed transform industries. But the companies that will succeed with AI are the ones that focus on creating organizational learning and changing organizational DNA. And the ones that embrace a portfolio approach rather than concentrating their efforts on that one big win will be best positioned to harness the transformative power of artificial learning.

17 апреля, 14:00

Allstate (ALL) Up 5.6% Since Earnings Report: Can It Continue?

Allstate (ALL) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.

10 апреля, 19:01

Sexual harassment claims to be probed

Fox News parent Twenty-First Century Fox Inc said on Sunday it will investigate a sexual harassment claim against TV anchor Bill O’Reilly, who has seen several companies pull their ads from his top-rated

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06 апреля, 19:50

O'Reilly's top advertiser -- a gold company -- is staying

Car giants Mercedes-Benz and Hyundai, insurer Allstate and Big Pharma/consumer healthcare companies Sanofi and GlaxoSmithKline are among the dozens of blue chip companies that have pulled ads from "The O'Reilly Factor."

06 апреля, 14:53

Одного из самых популярных телеведущих могут уволить за сексуальные домогательства

В США продолжает разгораться скандал вокруг 67-летнего телеведущего канала Fox Билла О'Рейли, которого в начале года обвинили в сексуальных домогательствах на рабочем месте. Рекламодатели стали в массовом порядке отказываться сотрудничать с шоу О'Рейли, а самого журналиста могут уволить.

06 апреля, 00:51

Not in Defense of Bill O’Reilly

But against calls for advertiser boycotts.

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06 апреля, 00:44

BMW, Allstate pull ads from 'O'Reilly Factor'

More companies, including BMW and Allstate, pulled their advertising from Fox News' "The O'Reilly Factor" days after the New York Times reported Fox and star host Bill O'Reilly paid five women to settle sex harassement cases. Fred Katayama reports. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international news. For over 160 years, Reuters has maintained its reputation for speed, accuracy, and impact while providing exclusives, incisive commentary and forward-looking analysis. http://reuters.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Reuters https://plus.google.com/u/0/s/reuters https://twitter.com/Reuters

05 апреля, 23:08

Here Are All The Advertisers Fleeing Bill O'Reilly's Show

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); Dozens of advertisers have pulled their content from “The O’Reilly Factor” following revelations that several women have accused host Bill O’Reilly of sexual harassment. Since Monday night, more than 40 companies that advertise with Fox News have announced they’re splitting from the show ― a response to a bombshell New York Times report indicating that O’Reilly and Fox News have paid around $13 million in settlements to address complaints brought by five of his former female colleagues. Fox News said in a statement Tuesday that it values its ad partners and is “working with them to address their current concerns about the O’Reilly Factor. At this time, the ad buys of those clients have been re-expressed into other [Fox News Channel] programs.” Fox News did not immediately respond to a question about whether any companies have pulled ads from the network entirely.  Mercedes-Benz Mercedes-Benz was the first company ― and one of six automakers ― to pull advertising from the show. “The allegations are disturbing and, given the importance of women in every aspect of our business, we don’t feel this is a good environment in which to advertise our products right now,” Mercedes-Benz spokeswoman Donna Boland told CNN, which first reported the company’s decision, on Monday.  Hyundai Hyundai announced its decision to pull advertising shortly after Mercedes-Benz did on Monday night. “We had upcoming advertising spots on the show but are reallocating them due to the recent and disturbing allegations,” a Hyundai spokesman said. “As a company we seek to partner with companies and programming that share our values of inclusion and diversity.”  Lexus “We take our duties as a responsible advertiser seriously and have been closely monitoring the situation involving ‘The O’Reilly Factor,’” the company told The Huffington Post in a statement on Tuesday. “In response, we have asked our media-buying partners to move all Lexus ad inventory out of the program.”  BMW BMW confirmed with several media outlets on Tuesday that it was pulling ads from the show.  Mitsubishi Motors Mitsubishi Motors confirmed its decision with CNN Money late Tuesday afternoon. “We will continue to monitor this situation as we assess our long-term strategy,” a spokesperson said. Subaru In response to complaints on Twitter, Subaru said Wednesday that it had decided to pull ads from the show.  @CerebroCide Thank you for your comment. After review, we will no longer advertise during the Bill O'Reilly show in the future.— Subaru (@subaru_usa) April 5, 2017 Coldwell Banker The real estate franchise Coldwell Banker tweeted Tuesday night that it was pulling its ads, adding that it was “disappointed” to see one run on the show.  We were disappointed that our ad ran on O'Reilly as it wasn't part of our intentional media programming. We pulled future ads from the show.— Coldwell Banker (@coldwellbanker) April 5, 2017 Credit Karma Credit Karma spokesman Rick Chen confirmed to HuffPost on Tuesday that the company had pulled its ads: “In light of the recent concerning allegations, we will not be advertising on this show and have asked for our ads to be removed.” LegalZoom LegalZoom, a legal document services company whose ads ran on “The O’Reilly Factor” Tuesday night, told HuffPost on Wednesday that it was pulling its commercials. “The O’Reilly Factor was not part of our intentional media programming and we have pulled all ads from this show,” a statement from the company read.  Ancestry.com Ancestry.com, another company whose ads ran during Tuesday night’s episode of the show, tweeted Tuesday night that it was working to remove them. @Hollanjz @SERVPRO @CarfaxReports @coldwellbanker @oreillyfactor We understand your concerns and would like to let your know, we are currently working on pulling our ads from this show.— Ancestry (@ancestry) April 5, 2017 Sanofi Consumer Healthcare The health products company Sanofi Consumer Healthcare told BuzzFeed on Tuesday that it had removed ads from O’Reilly’s show. “The controversy around The O’Reilly Factor program and allegations made against Bill O’Reilly are matters that we take seriously and will continue to monitor,” a spokesperson said, adding that the company does “not endorse the behavior or opinions of program hosts or the content.” Constant Contact Marketing company Constant Contact confirmed to CNN Money on Tuesday that it was pulling ads, but noted that its commercials would continue to run on the program through that evening. “Based on the recent allegations and our strong commitment to inclusion, respect and tolerance in the workplace, we have decided to pull Constant Contact’s ads from The O’Reilly Factor,” the spokeswoman said.  Pacific Life  Insurance company Pacific Life, which had ads run during Tuesday night’s episode, said Wednesday morning that it was no longer an advertiser on the show.  @DebraHar @maxwellstrachan Hi there. As of today, Pacific Life is no longer an advertiser on the O’Reilly Factor.— Pacific Life (@pacificlife) April 5, 2017 UNTUCKit “As a company in which more than two-thirds of our employees are women, we take sexual harassment claims very seriously,” Aaron Sanandres, CEO of the men’s clothing retailer, told The Washington Post on Tuesday. “In light of the disturbing allegations, we instructed our media buyer this morning to reallocate our ad dollars to other shows effective immediately.” Allstate “Inclusivity and support for women are important Allstate values,” the insurance company said in a statement. “We are concerned about the issues surrounding the program and we have suspended our advertising.” H&R Block The tax assistance company H&R Block announced its decision Wednesday morning. @JuddLegum We share your concern about recent allegations, and no longer advertise during The O'Reilly Factor as a result.— H&R Block (@HRBlock) April 5, 2017 The Wonderful Company The maker of POM Wonderful juice and FIJI Water told BuzzFeed it has “no ad inventory moving forward” and that it is “committed to a respectful and inclusive workplace environment and insist upon the same from our business partners.” Old Dominion Freight Line Freight transportation company ODFL, another company that ran ads Tuesday night, tweeted Wednesday morning that it would pull its commercials. @LegalZoom @JuddLegum @SERVPRO @ancestry @CarfaxReports @coldwellbanker @harvestright @blinkhealth @RoslandCapital1 @dish @MahindraRise @simplyfitboard @PropaneCouncil @rightathomeUS @_Visionworks @RealReddiWip @Consumer_Cell @GoodRx @BlueEmu1 @AdvilRelief @WeatherTech @stephenperillo @pacificlife @stanleysteemer @GravelyMowers @RockAuto_Parts @slpng_giants In light of the recent allegations surrounding the Bill O’Reilly show, OD has decided to discontinue our commercials from the show.— ODFL, Inc. (@ODFL_Inc) April 5, 2017 GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceutical company GSK confirmed with several media outlets that it is temporarily pulling ads while it reviews the situation.  “We are continually reviewing our advertising to ensure it is conducted in a responsible manner aligned with our values,” a spokeswoman said. “We have temporarily put a hold on spots running on ‘The O’Reilly Factor’ while we assess this situation.” BambooHR The human resources software company confirmed Wednesday that it was pulling commercials from the show.  BambooHR condemns workplace harassment, and in light of recent allegations, has canceled ads on The O'Reilly Factor.— BambooHR (@bamboohr) April 5, 2017 T. Rowe Price The investment company confirmed with several media outlets Tuesday afternoon that it would no longer run ads on “The O’Reilly Factor.” Advil Pain relief drug Advil, which is owned by the consumer products company Pfizer, announced its decision Wednesday morning.  We are no longer advertising on the Bill O'Reilly show.— Advil® (@AdvilRelief) April 5, 2017 The Society for Human Resource Management SHRM, a membership association for human resources workers, confirmed its decision Tuesday afternoon.  SHRM has determined to cease its current advertising on the Fox News Network.— SHRM (@SHRM) April 4, 2017 Bayer “Based on the serious nature of these allegations, we have made the decision to suspend all advertising on the program in question,” a spokesperson for Bayer, a German pharmaceuticals company, told CNN Money. “This suspension has been requested immediately and will be handled as expeditiously as possible. We have been informed, however, that programming changes may not become effective immediately.” Wayfair Online retailer Wayfair confirmed with several outlets on Tuesday that it was pulling its ads in light of the sexual harassment allegations. Jenny Craig, Inc.  After refusing on Tuesday to comment on its advertising strategy, weight loss company Jenny Craig said Wednesday that it would indeed pull its ads. BREAKING: In a change from previous statement, Jenny Craig now says that it has "suspended all ads on The O'Reilly Factor" pic.twitter.com/Utf1ccTzA1— Tom Kludt (@TomKludt) April 5, 2017 Ainsworth Pet Nutrition The pet food company announced its decision to pull ads on Tuesday.  @StopOReilly Hello. We have removed our ads from the program because of these recent and disturbing allegations.— Nutrish (@Nutrish) April 4, 2017 Visionworks Eye care center Visionworks released a statement Wednesday confirming its decision to pull its ads in response to the allegations against O’Reilly.  .@realDonaldTrump Visionworks is seeing clearly, drops O'Reilly pic.twitter.com/mL0sLbOdqo— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) April 5, 2017 Amica The insurance company announced its decision on Wednesday.  @FranP20 Our ads on The O’Reilly Factor are being pulled. It may take a few days for this to occur.— Amica Insurance (@Amica) April 5, 2017 TrueCar Auto pricing site TrueCar said Tuesday it was reallocating ads slated for “The O’Reilly Factor” to other shows.  @DivadNonnac Pending further assessment of recent developments, we have instructed our media buyer to direct our advertising to other programming.— TrueCar (@TrueCar) April 4, 2017 Proudly Propane This company ran ads during the show Tuesday night, but said Wednesday that it had received complaints and would stop airing commercials during O’Reilly’s time slot.  Carfax Carfax, a site for researching vehicles’ histories, called the O’Reilly controversy a “distraction from [its] mission” when it announced on Wednesday that it was pulling ads from the program.  GoodRx The prescription drug coupon company said Wednesday that it is in the process of pulling ads from the show. After review, GoodRx will no longer advertise on The O’Reilly Factor. We are in the process of removing our ads.— GoodRx (@GoodRx) April 5, 2017 BeenVerified  The background check company told HuffPost on Wednesday that it was pulling ads from O’Reilly’s show. “We continually monitor our advertising to make sure it aligns with our company values,” spokesman Shawn Siegel said.  Consumer Cellular The mobile phone company responded Wednesday to complaints on Twitter with an announcement that it had pulled advertising from the show.   @lilly210lane Thanks for your feedback. We can confirm that Consumer Cellular has removed our advertising from “The O’Reilly Factor” show.— Consumer Cellular (@Consumer_Cell) April 5, 2017 Invisalign  Dental company Invisalign confirmed Wednesday afternoon that it was pulling its ads from the show.  @NORBAPRO Thx for sharing your concerns. We appreciate u raising awareness & will discontinue airing ads during this program immediately.— Invisalign (@Invisalign) April 5, 2017 MileIQ MileIQ, a mileage tracking app, announced Wednesday via Twitter that it was pulling ads from O’Reilly’s show but that some pre-booked commercials might still run.  @JuddLegum Thanks @juddlegum. We take this very seriously & are addressing it. As the cancellation takes effect, some prebooked spots may still air— MileIQ (@MileIQ) April 4, 2017 Stanley Steemer The floor-cleaning service Stanley Steemer said Wednesday it is “in the process” of removing its ads.  @DianeSATX We are in the process of removing our commercials from “The O’Reilly Factor”. Thank you, for bringing this to our attention.— Stanley Steemer® (@stanleysteemer) April 5, 2017 Touchnote The postcard app tweeted Wednesday that it was removing its ads from the show but some may still run, “sadly.”  Thanks for all the tweets re @oreillyfactor. We requested that our commercials won't run on the show. Sadly pre-booked spots may still air.— Touchnote (@touchnote) April 5, 2017 Peloton At-home exercise company Peloton confirmed Wednesday afternoon it was pulling its ads, noting the change might not be effective right away. @postsecret Earlier this week, we directed our media agency to stop advertising on The O’Reilly Factor. This will likely take a few days to take effect.— Peloton (@RidePeloton) April 5, 2017 Reddi-wip The dessert-topping company tweeted on Wednesday that it is pulling its ads from O’Reilly’s show. We've received some questions about our advertising presence on the O'Reilly Factor. We are removing the show from our advertising plans.— Reddi Wip (@RealReddiWip) April 5, 2017 Southern New Hampshire University SNHU pulled ads from the show on Tuesday, a spokeswoman for the company confirmed with HuffPost on Wednesday.  “In light of recent allegations, SNHU has pulled all advertising from The O’Reilly Factor. As a University, we value diversity, inclusion, and respect for all, and we take every measure to ensure our advertising is consistent with our core values.” Orkin Rollins, Inc., which owns pest control company Orkin, confirmed with CNN Money that it has requested its ads no longer appear on the show.  “Orkin buys its advertising in broad dayparts on networks that reach our target audience. We do not buy specific shows, including the O’Reilly Factor,” Rollins, Inc. said. “The O’Reilly Factor is in the daypart that we buy on Fox, and we have added that show to our ‘Do Not Buy’ list in the wake of the current allegations.” WeatherTech (maybe) After its ads ran on the show Tuesday night, the car accessory company replied to several complaints on Twitter stating that it is “already working on adjusting [its] advertising schedule.”  The company did not immediately respond to a request to clarify whether it is pulling its ads from O’Reilly’s show. This article has been updated since its initial publication with the names of several more advertisers. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

05 апреля, 18:35

Advertisers Are Ditching Bill O’Reilly Over Harassment Allegations

More than two dozen companies are pulling ads from the most-watched cable-news show amid yet another scandal at Fox News.

05 апреля, 14:07

More advertisers say they have ditched Fox's O'Reilly show

BILL O'Reilly's top-rated Fox News show may be starting to feel a financial sting after allegations that he sexually harassed several women. A dozen major advertisers, ranging from automakers Hyundai

05 апреля, 07:56

'O'Reilly Factor' Loses About 15 Advertisers. Here Are The Ones That Stayed.

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); By the time Bill O’Reilly’s Tuesday evening broadcast came around, more than 15 advertisers had pulled current and future spots from his prime-time Fox News show. Mercedes-Benz and Hyundai were the first to go public with their decisions, followed by companies including T. Rowe Price, Allstate, Mitsubishi Motors, Lexus and Bayer. The exodus followed a bombshell New York Times investigation that said O’Reilly and the network that employs him had paid about $13 million over the years in settlements to address sexual harassment and other behavioral complaints from women who had worked with the Fox News host. O’Reilly denied the harassment allegations in a statement to The New York Times, saying that his prominent role at the network made him a target.  Despite the fallout, dozens of national advertisers still ran spots on “The O’Reilly Factor” on Tuesday night. At least nine advertisers, including Ancestry.com, Coldwell Banker, WeatherTech, LegalZoom, Old Dominion Freight Line, Advil, Touchnote, BambooHR and VisionWorks responded to backlash by announcing they had pulled future ads from the show or were working to do so.  @Amy_Siskind Hi, Amy Thank you for your concern. We are already working on adjusting our advertising schedule and we appreciate your feedback.— WeatherTech (@WeatherTech) April 5, 2017 @Hollanjz @SERVPRO @CarfaxReports @coldwellbanker @oreillyfactor We understand your concerns and would like to let your know, we are currently working on pulling our ads from this show.— Ancestry (@ancestry) April 5, 2017 We were disappointed that our ad ran on O'Reilly as it wasn't part of our intentional media programming. We pulled future ads from the show.— Coldwell Banker (@coldwellbanker) April 5, 2017 LegalZoom has pulled all advertising from The O'Reilly Factor.— LegalZoom (@LegalZoom) April 5, 2017 In light of the recent allegations surrounding the Bill O’Reilly show, OD has decided to discontinue our commercials.— ODFL, Inc. (@ODFL_Inc) April 5, 2017 We are no longer advertising on the Bill O'Reilly show.— Advil® (@AdvilRelief) April 5, 2017 Thanks for all the tweets re @oreillyfactor. We requested that our commercials won't run on the show. Sadly pre-booked spots may still air.— Touchnote (@touchnote) April 5, 2017 BambooHR condemns workplace harassment, and in light of recent allegations, has canceled ads on The O'Reilly Factor.— BambooHR (@bamboohr) April 5, 2017 .@realDonaldTrump Visionworks is seeing clearly, drops O'Reilly pic.twitter.com/mL0sLbOdqo— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) April 5, 2017 A list of companies that ran commercials during the East Coast airing of the Tuesday night Fox News show is below. The list does not include local ads that aired during the prime-time program, as those advertisers vary depending on the market.   Servpro Ancestry.com  CARFAX Coldwell Banker Eliquis HarvestRight Blink Health RoslandCapital.com Dish Network Mahindra Simply Fit Board Proudly Propane  Right at Home Visionworks Reddi-wip Consumer Cellular  Old Dominion Freight Line Good RX Touchnote Legalzoom Blue Emu Advil Weather Tech Kerasal Perillo Tours Pacific Life   Stanley Steemer Gravely Rockauto.com In addition to running a commercial, insurance company Pacific Life sponsored a segment on the show in which O’Reilly responded to viewer emails. Earlier Tuesday, Fox News said in a statement that the network was working with advertisers to address their concerns about “The O’Reilly Factor” and were re-assigning spots to other Fox News programs. This story has been updated to reflect that some companies that ran commercials Tuesday have subsequently pulled their ads. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

05 апреля, 07:56

'O'Reilly Factor' Loses About 15 Advertisers. Here Are The Ones That Stayed.

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); By the time Bill O’Reilly’s Tuesday evening broadcast came around, more than 15 advertisers had pulled current and future spots from his prime-time Fox News show. Mercedes-Benz and Hyundai were the first to go public with their decisions, followed by companies including T. Rowe Price, Allstate, Mitsubishi Motors, Lexus and Bayer. The exodus followed a bombshell New York Times investigation that said O’Reilly and the network that employs him had paid about $13 million over the years in settlements to address sexual harassment and other behavioral complaints from women who had worked with the Fox News host. O’Reilly denied the harassment allegations in a statement to The New York Times, saying that his prominent role at the network made him a target.  Despite the fallout, dozens of national advertisers still ran spots on “The O’Reilly Factor” on Tuesday night. At least three advertisers, Ancestry.com, Coldwell Banker, and WeatherTech, responded to the backlash on Twitter by saying they were working to remove their advertisements from the show.  @Amy_Siskind Hi, Amy Thank you for your concern. We are already working on adjusting our advertising schedule and we appreciate your feedback.— WeatherTech (@WeatherTech) April 5, 2017 @Hollanjz @SERVPRO @CarfaxReports @coldwellbanker @oreillyfactor We understand your concerns and would like to let your know, we are currently working on pulling our ads from this show.— Ancestry (@ancestry) April 5, 2017 We were disappointed that our ad ran on O'Reilly as it wasn't part of our intentional media programming. We pulled future ads from the show.— Coldwell Banker (@coldwellbanker) April 5, 2017 A list of companies that ran commercials during the East Coast airing of the Tuesday night Fox News show is below. The list does not include local ads that aired during the prime-time program, as those advertisers vary depending on the market.   Servpro Ancestry.com  CARFAX Coldwell Banker Eliquis HarvestRight Blink Health RoslandCapital.com Dish Network Mahindra Simply Fit Board Proudly Propane  Right at Home Visionworks Reddi-wip Consumer Cellular  Old Dominion Freight Line Good RX Touchnote Legalzoom Blue Emu Advil Weather Tech Kerasal Perillo Tours Pacific Life   Stanley Steemer Gravely Rockauto.com In addition to running a commercial, insurance company Pacific Life sponsored a segment on the show in which O’Reilly responded to viewer emails. Earlier Tuesday, Fox News said in a statement that the network was working with advertisers to address their concerns about “The O’Reilly Factor” and were re-assigning spots to other Fox News programs. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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05 апреля, 03:36

BMW, Allstate pull ads from 'O'Reilly Factor' after harassment report

NEW YORK (Reuters) - More companies, including carmaker BMW and insurer Allstate, have pulled their advertising from Fox News' "The O’Reilly Factor" television program days after the New York Times reported Fox and star host Bill O’Reilly paid five women to settle claims he sexually harassed them.