Brand News: 10 Things You Need to Know for Tuesday April 24

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Vanity Fair introduces a digital paywall.

Alphabet invests $11b in startup push “beyond ads” for growth.

Apple‘s planned acquisition of Shazam attracts EU probe.

Bulgari expands hotel group to Tokyo.

Facebook removes terrorist content as YouTube steps up.

Ferrari is quietly testing a “hybrid electric supercar.”

Gibson guitars is struggling under debts.

Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi partners with DiDi in China.

United Airlines CEO forgoes bonus in accountability move.

Walmart relaxes employee dress code to include jeans.


IN OTHER NEWS:

AIG promotes diversity in Japan with All Blacks uniforms:

Amazon Key, with GM and Volvo, delivers packages to drivers.

American Apparel relaunches today.

Courtyard by Marriott highlights how millennials work today:

IKEA creates a DIY soundsystem in Frekvens:

Lucozade Energy (Australia) summons David & Goliath:

Outdoor Voices introduces an augmented reality running app.

Saint Laurent will show at New York Fashion Week:

Sunkist tells the story of its growers:

TOMS shares its recent trip to China:


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