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What it took to rebrand the Yahoo7 business

It was a rebrand challenge two-a-half years and one arguably large misstep in the making. Following the acquisitions of AOL in 2015 and Yahoo in July 2016, US-based telco giant, Verizon, set out on a mission to unify and rebrand its media, adtech and Internet properties as one global offering. The resulting ​umbrella entity, Oath,​ was officially unveiled in June 2017 at Cannes.

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Yahoo7 chief becomes new CEO of iSentia

​Former Yahoo7 local chief and advertising and media veteran, Ed Harrison, has emerged as the new CEO of ASX-listed market intelligence firm, iSentia.

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Brands with internal customer insights capability will survive and even thrive

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