Oracle Corp. reported better-than-expected bookings and announced partnership deals with tech rivals, giving a boost to Chairman Larry Ellison’s effort to redefine the software maker as a major competitor in the business of cloud computing. (Brody Ford/Bloomberg)

House Republicans attacked the lab’s reports on misinformation and election integrity — and now Stanford is pulling the plug. (Casey Newton, Zoë Schiffer/Platformer)

A judge rather than a jury will decide whether Google violated federal antitrust laws by building a monopoly on the technology that powers online advertising. (Matthew Barakat/The Associated Press)

The Trade Desk and Yahoo are entering the eleventh hour of crisis talks concerning how the latter labels its media inventory in a dispute that could result in the former party cutting advertisers’ access to Yahoo’s video content. (Ronan Shields/Digiday)

Roku wants ad buyers to know it’s no walled garden. On Wednesday, Roku announced what it’s calling the Roku Exchange. (Alyssa Boyle/Adexchanger)

United Airlines Passengers To See Targeted Ads On Seat-Back Screens

Marketing in the friendly skies is getting personal, with United Airlines now displaying targeted ads on seat-back screens as the carrier looks to cash in on customer data. (Kate Gibson/CBS News)

The Trade Desk’s decision to release a list of the top 100 publishers on the open web has been the talk of the digital advertising industry for the past week. (Anthony Vargas/AdExchanger)

The Trade Desk alerted buyers earlier this week of plans to no longer monetize Yahoo’s video after it alleged the publisher had been consistently misrepresenting the inventory as in-stream, a type of online video that typically fetches higher prices from buyers. (Catherine Perloff/Adweek – Registration Required)