Brand News: 10 Things You Need to Know For Friday May 18

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PayPal bought iZettle, a European fintech startup that sells mobile credit card readers and payment platforms, for $2.2B.

Nestlé Waters North America wins right to use “100% Natural Spring Water” label on Poland Springs brand.

Campbell Soup Company CEO Denise Morrison steps down.

Fox News names first female CEO, Suzanne Scott.

Goldman Sachs and World Bank fund for women hits $1B.

Raden and Bluesmart smart luggage brands call it quits.

Richemont‘s Baume watch brand highlights sustainable luxury.

Target taps YouCam for augmented reality beauty app.

Toyota plans GAC-branded EV push into China.

WeChat passes one billion active monthly users:


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Apple releases arty iPhone homage to France:

Bloomberg Businessweek designs cover with AI:

BMW previews self-driving iNext Halo:

Channel 4 promotes Humans with Silicon Valley star Sophia:

Kool-Aid targets older kids with Sparklers and social blitz:

Macy’s captures the joy of shedding winter clothing:


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