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26 апреля, 20:56

H&R Block's stock was up 1.4% just before Trump's tax plan was revealed

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26 апреля, 20:54

H&R Block's stock sinks 1.7% after Trump's tax plan revealed

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25 апреля, 16:13

H&R Block stock price target raised to $24 from $22 at Morgan Stanley

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23 апреля, 23:12

1 in 3 Americans Don’t Know These Personal Finance Terms. Do You?

Curious how your knowledge of finance terms measures up to that of your fellow Americans? Test yourself with these six questions.

18 апреля, 23:44

Sexual Assault Survivors Gather Outside Fox News To Demand Bill O'Reilly Be Fired

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); NEW YORK, NY ― On Tuesday, a few dozen women and men gathered outside of Fox News headquarters to send one simple message: fire Bill O’Reilly. “Hey hey, ho ho, Bill O’Reilly’s got to go,” chanted protesters, holding signs with slogans like, “Talk to me about revolution and a world without rape!!,” and the more straightforward, “Fox: Fire Sexual Predator Bill O’Reilly.”  Women’s group UltraViolet staged the protest in response to the allegations of sexual harassment made against the “O’Reilly Factor” host, which the New York Times first reported on earlier this month. Fox and O’Reilly have reportedly paid out a collective $13 million over the course of 15 years to settle the claims of five different women. The allegations against O’Reilly included “verbal abuse, lewd comments, unwanted advances and phone calls in which it sounded as if Mr. O’Reilly was masturbating.” (Two of the settlements were reached after former Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes left the company in the wake of his own sexual harassment scandal.) Tuesday morning, The Hollywood Reporter reported that a new accuser came forward with allegations of harassment through the Fox News hotline. The woman, who has been identified as an African-American clerical worker at the network, said (through her attorney, Lisa Bloom) that O’Reilly would “leer at her,” and called her “hot chocolate.” O’Reilly is currently on a two-week vacation, which he claims had been planned since last year. In his absence, advocates have been vocal in their insistence that he not be allowed to return to air. The Intelligencer reported that “while no final decision has been made, the Murdochs are leaning toward announcing that O’Reilly will not return to the air.” Speakers at today’s demonstration connected a culture of condoning workplace sexual harassment with President Donald Trump, an accused sexual predator who has publicly defended O’Reilly.  “It is outrageous that Fox News is even considering whether or not they should fire Bill O’Reilly. It’s not a question,” said speaker Melissa Quesinberry of NOW-NYC, who is a rape crisis advocate and sexual assault survivor. “We have a man in the highest position of power right now ― our president ― who is a serial sexual predator who came out and said, immediately without hearing the details of what’s going on, with this Bill O’Reilly scandal that he did nothing wrong; that he was a nice guy. Well, that’s not the story that we’re hearing from all of these women. So by not condemning this behavior, Fox News is elevating it to a pervasive level, demonstrating to all of their employees that this is acceptable, that it is expected and allowed. It is not.”  The atmosphere outside of Fox headquarters was tense, as several men passing by the protest became verbally combative with protesters.  “Bill’s a good guy! Forget about it!,” a middle-aged man in a gray suit yelled as he walked by.  “Bill O’Reilly’s a legend!,” fist-pumped another, younger, suited man.  “Stop acting like fools, people,” said diamond wholesaler Auri Ambalu, who stopped to engage with protesters. “It happens in life, what are you going to do? There’s nothing you can do about this, that’s world that we live in today. You have to accept certain things the way they are and that’s the way it is.” The atmosphere is tense between #DropOReilly protestors and male passersby pic.twitter.com/m9Uw3yjvNh— Emma Gray (@emmaladyrose) April 18, 2017 But the protesters, including 69-year-old Brooklyn resident Sally Moses disagreed with Ambalu’s sentiments. “There are a lot of people who are part of the problem and they’re not in touch with their own personal power,” she said. “They don’t understand what can happen with a voice... If I can say one thing that might wake someone up and there’s no guarantee but I’m willing to take five minutes, then I’m willing to try.” Moses explained to HuffPost why she had made the time to come out and demonstrate: For one thing, I don’t want people to get away with things that are so hurtful, as is misogyny [and] sexual assault. And I made the time to be here because I’ve been subjected to this kind of thing and I know how pervasive it is. I remember the days that the relatives of two of my very close friends ― one in junior high and one in college ― I was walking past them and these men grabbed my breast. It was fast, and I thought did something really happen just now? And it wasn’t until I was 38, resuming my education back at Mills College in Oakland, California that we had Sexual Assault Awareness Week and I learned what sexual assault is. And I don’t understand why a lot of these men don’t get it. But then if I were the one in power, I might not want to get it either.  In addition to staging the demonstration, UltraViolet launched two online petitions, one calling on Fox to fire O’Reilly, and another asking “O’Reilly Factor” advertisers to pull their ads from the show. (Dozens of advertisers, including H&R Block, Lexus, BMW, Invisalign, Mitsubishi, Jenny Craig and Advil, have pulled their ads since the allegations surfaced.) The organization also published an open letter to 21st Century Fox CEO James Murdoch, signed by nearly 300 survivors of sexual assault and their allies.  Despite the significant media attention that the allegations against O’Reilly have received, his core audience’s loyalty has not seemed to waver. According to a HuffPost/YouGov survey, 65 percent of “The O’Reilly Factor” viewers still approve of O’Reilly, and just 17 percent reported that they believe the show should be canceled in light of the controversy. That number is even lower among viewers who identify as Republicans. “I’m not sure why people continue to watch his show, but I do know that Fox News has an obligation to protect everyone, all of their employees, from a sexual predator,” Karin Roland, Chief Campaigns Officer at UltraViolet, told HuffPost. “It doesn’t matter what [O’Reilly’s] ratings are. He’s repeatedly assaulting and harassing women at Fox. He needs to be stopped and he has no place in their workplace.” CORRECTION: This article has been updated to reflect the correct name of the speaker at the demonstration, Melissa Quesinberry of NOW-NYC.  type=type=RelatedArticlesblockTitle=Related... + articlesList=58f4f9d4e4b0da2ff8623c87,58e51a8fe4b06a4cb30e32ab,58e2976ee4b0d0b7e1639421,58e59c44e4b0fe4ce08828ea -- 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.

18 апреля, 12:00

How the Tax-Filing Process Confuses Americans About Tax Policy

The vexed relationship people have with IRS forms tends to make them more conservative.

18 апреля, 12:00

How the Tax-Filing Process Confuses Americans About Tax Policy

The vexed relationship people have with IRS forms tends to make them more conservative.

12 апреля, 17:22

GoPro Launches Trade-Up Program to Ramp HERO5 Camera Sales

In what may come as a sly marketing move, beleaguered action camera maker GoPro, Inc. (GPRO), has introduced its first-ever Trade-Up Program to ramp up its camera sales.

12 апреля, 00:07

Sony Teams Up with E Ink Holdings to Set Up Joint Venture

Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Japanese conglomerate Sony Corporation's (SNE) recently announced a joint venture (JV) with leading papermaking company E Ink Holdings (E Ink).

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10 апреля, 07:01

Here's How Your Money Multiplies When You Contribute To A 401K

When it comes to retirement savings, we’ve all been told that opening a 401(k) is a great place to start. But how does this savings account actually work? We partnered with H&R Block to take the mystery out of your 401(k), so you can feel good about building a strong financial future with every contribution you make to this retirement workhorse. The sooner you start to save, the more your money has time to grow! Think about it like this: If you’re a 25-year-old earning a $40,000 salary, investing a small fraction of your paycheck now could have big results later. Tap on the green boxes below to learn how a 401(k) savings plan really works. Building a strong financial future doesn’t have to be complicated. For more than 60 years, H&R Block has been the go-to source for expert financial advice and simple options to help you get more back from your taxes by filing online for free. Learn more about how H&R Block can make your money go further. type=type=RelatedArticlesblockTitle=More From H&R Block + articlesList=586feab3e4b099cdb0fd0d6e,586fed47e4b099cdb0fd118e,586fe8e3e4b043ad97e34ce9,586fea03e4b043ad97e34e6a -- 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.

07 апреля, 17:57

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07 апреля, 14:20

H&R Block (HRB) Down 4.1% Since Earnings Report: Can It Rebound?

H&R Block (HRB) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.

06 апреля, 20:26

Stephen Colbert Goes Undercover As The Kookiest Tax Preparer Ever

To mark the upcoming tax deadline on Wednesday’s “Late Show,” host Stephen Colbert went undercover as an H&R Block tax preparer who isn’t afraid to use the personal touch. He offers clients an H&R Block of cheese, beer and even a hug. Skip to the 1:42 mark for the start of the prank. type=type=RelatedArticlesblockTitle=Related... + articlesList=58d22bd0e4b0f838c62dbc40,58e5ead6e4b06a4cb30f322d,58e351e4e4b0f4a923b1673e -- 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.

06 апреля, 12:00

Hitting Bill O’Reilly Where It Hurts

Can activists use big business to stop a conservative media juggernaut?

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, 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. Condemnation continued to roll in Thursday morning, as several more companies announced they were cutting ties with the show. More than 50 companies have pulled their ads since Monday night, in 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 the host’s female former colleagues. @DivadNonnac @slpng_giants We have strong beliefs as to what constitutes an acceptable workplace environment. Do not want any association with "The O’Reilly Factor”.— Moberg Pharma AB (@MobergPharma) April 6, 2017 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.  While a number of advertisers have remained silent, at least one company isn’t planning to pull its ads. Angie’s List, a site that compiles user reviews of local businesses, said in a statement Tuesday that it doesn’t plan to change its ad buy. “We place ads across a wide spectrum of venues intending to reach as many viewers/listeners/readers as possible without taking a position on the viewpoints of the venues themselves,” the company said. Many other businesses, however, have gone a different route, distancing themselves publicly from “The O’Reilly Factor.” Mercedes-Benz Mercedes-Benz was the first company ― and one of seven 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,” the spokeswoman said. “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 After its ads ran during O’Reilly’s show Tuesday night, the car accessory company replied to several complaints on Twitter, saying it was “already working on adjusting [its] advertising schedule.” By Wednesday evening, WeatherTech had confirmed on Twitter that its ads would “not appear on that show.” Mahindra The tractor manufacturer said Thursday morning it had pulled its advertising from O’Reilly’s show. Mahindra has ceased all advertising on the O'Reilly Factor.— Mahindra USA (@Mahindra_USA) April 6, 2017 Moberg Pharma Swedish pharmaceutical company Moberg Pharma said on Twitter Thursday that it was planning to stop advertising “immediately.” @DivadNonnac @slpng_giants We instructed our media agency to drop it immediately. We have a comprehensive media schedule across many cable TV programs.— Moberg Pharma AB (@MobergPharma) April 6, 2017 Next Day Blinds  The window treatment company said Thursday that it had pulled all advertising from “The O’Reilly Factor” Wednesday, though an ad still ran that night.  “As soon as we learned about the accusations against Bill O’Reilly, we instructed our media buyer to cancel our advertising on ‘The O’Reilly Factor,’” spokeswoman Nicole Baxter said in an email. “Unfortunately, our media buyer’s cancellation was unable to impact Wednesday evening’s show.”  Eli Lilly and Co. Eli Lilly and Co., a drug company based in Indianapolis, confirmed Thursday that it had suspended advertising on O’Reilly’s show. “In light of the serious nature of the accusations made against Bill O’Reilly, I can confirm that Eli Lilly and Company has suspended its advertising on ‘The O’Reilly Factor,’” spokesman Mark Taylor told HuffPost in a statement. Allergan A spokesman for the Irish-based pharmaceutical company, which makes Botox and a number of other drugs, told HuffPost Thursday that it would no longer run ads for its products on the show. Mattress Firm After a Mattress Firm ad aired during “The O’Reilly Factor” Wednesday night, the company told ThinkProgress editor Judd Legum that it had instructed Fox News to stop running the spots during O’Reilly’s show.  .@AMC_TV @CrownePlaza @MyPillow @RoslandCapital1 @scottevest @ClearChoice @steinmart @MattressFirm @AngiesList @SimpliSafe @VisitingAngels @Honda @nextdayblinds @innogames @SmartMouth @EntyvioUSA @hardwoodforless .@MattressFirm takes a firm stance against O'Reilly pic.twitter.com/cfOgGbJ4xD— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) April 6, 2017 Infiniti Automotive company Infiniti said in an emailed statement on Thursday it had “chosen to reallocate our resources to other time slots due to recent allegations.” SCOTTeVEST The clothing company confirmed on Thursday that it pulled ads from the program. “[O]ur corporate culture highly values women’s rights and everyone’s right to a safe and comfortable workplace,” communications director Luke Lappala said.  Esurance The car insurance company confirmed its decision on Thursday.  “At Esurance, inclusion and support for women extends across all aspects of our business — from our associates to our customers to our partners. And we want to partner with organizations and programming that share those same values.”  MyPillow (maybe) The pillow company said in an email that it buys a block of ads from Fox and the network ultimately decides when they air. A MyPillow ad aired during “The O’Reilly Factor” Wednesday night. “MyPillow does not condone sexual harassment or any of the allegations against Bill O’Reilly,” the company told HuffPost. “MyPillow is investigating whether it can pull its ads from that time block.” This article has been updated since its initial publication with the names of several more advertisers. Kate Abbey-Lambertz contributed reporting. -- 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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