Counterattack Bloomberg: Amazon no longer advertise, apple conference not invited

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 Counterattack Bloomberg: Amazon no longer advertise, apple conference not invited


Reference News reported Oct. 29 that Amazon will not advertise on Bloomberg News for some time. Buzz feed news website said that the online retail giant withdrew its fourth quarter advertising from the website.

According to Fortune magazines website on October 26, although Amazons media purchaser, Innovation Group, told Buzz-Hello News that Amazon had made the choice to cut its budget, some Amazon insiders believe it was in fact a claim by Bloomberg News Agency. China invades Amazon and Apple Corp servers.

A source also confirmed that Amazon had withdrawn its fourth quarter advertisements, according to the report.

But Amazon later appeared to have bought a bunch of ads from Bloomberg News, which was smaller than initially planned and limited to Bloomberg. Buzz-Hello also pointed to Amazons announcement earlier this week that it had increased market spending, further contradicting earlier claims that advertising had been withdrawn because of budget constraints. Bloomberg News has reported that China has used chips installed on Amazon and Apples hardware to invade their servers. Both companies questioned the claim, and Tim Cook, Apples chief executive, and Andy Jassi, Amazons chief executive, both asked Bloomberg News to withdraw the report. Bloomberg news is backing this story. It is also reported that Apple Corp did not invite Bloomberg News Agency to participate in the upcoming new product conference. This article source: Reference News Net editor: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541

But Amazon later appeared to have bought a bunch of ads from Bloomberg News, which was smaller than initially planned and limited to Bloomberg.

Buzz-Hello also pointed to Amazons announcement earlier this week that it had increased market spending, further contradicting earlier claims that advertising had been withdrawn because of budget constraints.

Bloomberg News has reported that China has used chips installed on Amazon and Apples hardware to invade their servers. Both companies questioned the claim, and Tim Cook, Apples chief executive, and Andy Jassi, Amazons chief executive, both asked Bloomberg News to withdraw the report. Bloomberg news is backing this story.

It is also reported that Apple Corp did not invite Bloomberg News Agency to participate in the upcoming new product conference.