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Tiffany Hsu
business reporter. Morning person. Fluent in geek. Tips: Tiffany.hsu@nytimes.com, DM for Signal
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Michael M. Grynbaum 23h
Megyn Kelly is the star of the movie Bombshell. The real Megyn Kelly is still figuring it out. Could a podcast be on the way? & I tried to find out:
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Jim Windolf Dec 12
> went to a screening of Clint Eastwood's "Richard Jewell" held for Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff members. They said the movie's sex-for-scoop portrayal of their late colleague Kathy Scruggs was false.
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Emily Flitter Dec 11
Discrimination happens at banks, though most of the time they have no trouble denying it. A JPMorgan employee and a customer, both of whom are black, secretly recorded their interactions. Listen for yourself
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Tiffany Hsu Dec 11
Bananas: an excellent source of potassium and parody
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Tiffany Hsu Dec 10
NBC says it expects to break its $1.2 billion Olympic ad sales record for the 2020 Tokyo games. So far, no presidential candidates. It forecasts 200 million viewers. And four new sports are coming: surfing, skateboarding, karate and sport climbing.
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Tiffany Hsu Dec 10
Congressman counters by saying that J&J offered to send another witness. Here's the livestream:
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Tiffany Hsu Dec 10
At a subcommittee meeting on talc and asbestos, says repeatedly that Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky is a no-show, despite being invited to testify nearly a month ago. “We can only speculate as to why I am currently speaking to an empty chair,” he said.
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Tiffany Hsu Dec 9
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eg Dec 9
The perfect coda to the Age of Unicorns: A YC-backed scooter startup called Unicorn spent all its investor money on Facebook ads, delivered zero of its 350 orders and is shutting down with no refunds. CEO is "so, so very sorry."
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Tiffany Hsu Dec 9
Replying to @tiffkhsu
The ad was filmed for less than $100,000 in LA on Friday morning. The “Deadpool” actor posted the video that night. “Ads are generally disposable pieces of content,” he said. “If you’re going to do something like this, you have to jump on the zeitgeist-y moment as it happens.”
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Tiffany Hsu Dec 9
Replying to @tiffkhsu
The actor heard about the Peloton ad via text at 2:34 p.m. on Tuesday, when the company’s stock was falling. By Wednesday morning, he was on a call with the actress, Monica Ruiz. “She was game,” he said. “She really does have an excellent and incredibly evolved sense of humor.”
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Tiffany Hsu Dec 9
Replying to @tiffkhsu
But Ryan Reynolds didn’t mind dishing. In an interview (from Brazil!), he talked about recruiting the “Peloton Wife” actress to star in a response ad featuring his Aviation American Gin company.
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Tiffany Hsu Dec 9
John Foley, CEO of Peloton, spent 45 minutes at a UBS conference this morning and never once touched the only topic on everyone’s mind: that holiday ad. After his session, he refused to answer questions about the commercial.
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Tiffany Hsu Dec 8
After a bone marrow transplant, this man became a chimera: someone with two sets of DNA. The DNA in his blood had been replaced by the DNA of his donor. Same with all of the DNA in his semen. So what are the implications for law enforcement?
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Tiffany Hsu Dec 7
That was fast: Ryan Reynolds got the Peloton actress to spoof the infamous ad for his gin company
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Tiffany Hsu Dec 6
"This guy is def an Apple Music user" -- a commenter
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Tiffany Hsu Dec 6
Can we go back to talking about Peloton?
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Sapna Maheshwari Dec 5
the male actor in that Peloton ad is in a state of disbelief, he says. “My 5 seconds of air time created an array of malicious feedback that is all associated with my face. My friend texted me today declaring that I’m ‘a symbol of the patriarchy.’”
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Tiffany Hsu Dec 4
Instagram says it will start asking new users for their birthdates. Alcohol, birth control, gambling, credit card and weight loss advertisers collectively perk up.
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Tiffany Hsu Dec 3
More than 1,000 advertising employees in Hong Kong rallied in support of a strike that would allow them to use their time and skills to help promote pro-democracy retailers and restaurants.
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