Brand News: 10 Things You Need to Know for Monday, April 10



The latest branding news and views:

Jay Z pulls his music from Spotify, separately mourning the loss of British exec Chris Bevington in Friday’s Stockholm terrorist attack.

Mondelez CEO Irene Rosenfeld is ready to step down, WSJ reports.

P&G CMO Marc Pritchard talks about brand safety to the New York Times.

21st Century Fox bid to acquire all of British telecom giant Sky wins EU approval.

AMC Theatres expands concession stand menu to appeal to foodies.

Delta sees results from focusing on customer experience.

Disney files patent for huggable and interactive humanoid robots.

Facebook woos publishers with improvements to Instant Articles.

Twitter drops U.S. government lawsuit.

Uber is banned in Italy for “unfair competition.”


Kaiser Permanente taps NBA pro Stephen Curry for new campaign:

Chipotle launches “The Real Campaign” in support of its “51 real ingredients“:

Also: RIP Al Golin, a PR legend, who has passed away at 87.

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