Brand News: 10 Things You Need to Know for Wednesday, November 8

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Twitter doubles tweets to 280 characters, touts its advertising ROI and signs deals to produce live programming with media partners as Chinese rival Weibo passes it in monthly active users, with 376m vs 330m.


Apple is reportedly building an augmented reality headset.


Dunkin’ Donuts tests delivery in New York.


Ford is developing an electric car in China with partner Zotye.


Google maps global air pollution:


Intel promotes its AI offering and partners with Turner Sports on VR basketball coverage.


Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott debuted this as part of his trash-themed F/W ’17 collection:


Snap Inc. promises redesign after disappointing quarter:


Tapestry creates unified brand database:


Uber‘s global brand officer Bozoma Saint John explains culture shift, including stance vs. sexual assault, in Ad Age interview.


Vivendi brings Studio+ SVOD service to U.S.


Waymo launches fully autonomous road tests as Navya is bringing driverless taxis to France and the U.S.


And Ad Age‘s logo poll results are in:



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