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What We're Reading - April 1, 2015

Ad Age, "Starcom MediaVest Group Taps AOL's Kim Kadlec for New Role"

Ad Age, "Bonnier in Talks to Buy Men's Fitness From American Media"

AdWeek, "How Fusion Is Pursuing (and Creating) a New Generation of News Junkies"

AdWeek, "The Verge Launches Transportation Section With Hopes of Attracting Car Brands"

AdWeek, "Fox Sports Strikes a Digital Deal with AOL"

Business Insider, "There's something weird happening at $500 million ad-tech startup RadiumOne, and the way we found out about it is even stranger"

Business Insider, "Snapchat has to re-do its initial meetings with advertisers because two top sales execs have left"

BuzzFeed News, "Tim Cook Puts His Dent In The Universe"

Capital New York, "Time Out New York going free"

Capital New York, "Buzzfeed hires news-design guy from the Times"

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Mobile Marketer, "All detergent and Peanuts target moms with interactive BuzzFeed"

NY Post, "American Media looking to unload Men’s Fitness for $30M"

NY Times, "In Advertising Technology Deal, Rubicon Buys Chango"

NY Times, "Hollywood Reporter Signs Content Deal With Tencent, Chinese Online Giant"

WWD, "Raul Martinez Named Condé Nast Corporate Creative Director"

WWD, "Joanna Coles Interviews Elizabeth Warren at Hearst Tower"

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