The web’s biggest companies fight over who gets to sell ads

In the digital age, companies that control the flow of information have long had a vested interest in blocking competitors.

So, too, have the powerful.

Today, that position is increasingly being taken by those who run the biggest companies in the world, with a clear interest in keeping the digital economy thriving.

But the stakes are high.

According to the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA), which represents major US internet companies, more than $100bn in ad spending is conducted through more than 1,600 brands and publishers.

The biggest brands and advertisers control the vast majority of these, and they are trying to keep their control.

The ad-buying industry, as it is known, is an ever-changing and evolving market.

The ad tech sector is also expanding.

It now dominates the online ad-selling space with the help of the ad networks it manages, as well as a raft of new services like AdSense and AdSense Plus.

In the US, online-advertising revenues were estimated at $9.4bn last year, a $1.2bn jump on the previous year.

However, the digital ad-billing industry is growing.

According the US Chamber of Commerce, digital ad spending increased by 5% last year to $5.8bn.

Advertisers have a lot to gain from the growth of online advertising.

The US ad industry is the second-largest in the developed world, after the UK.

However it’s a niche sector, and companies like Google, Facebook and Amazon are the biggest spenders.

The industry has also been hit hard by the US tax bill, which has reduced the revenues of US-based companies to just $4.5bn last month from $5bn in 2013.

The tax bill has also forced US-owned companies to slash their ad budgets and to shift production and distribution to low-tax jurisdictions like Ireland.

But there are signs that the digital advertising industry is starting to make progress, and that there is a shift in focus.

The DAA’s survey found that the top 100 internet companies in total spent $2.5 billion in ad spend last year.

That’s a rise of about 50% from the previous survey.

This increase is partly due to the success of new online services like Google Ads and YouTube Ads.

However the number of online-ads ads generated by online platforms such as Facebook, YouTube and Amazon has also grown.

“It’s a lot of money,” says Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook.

“The advertising industry has been doing well and the ad market has been growing.

It’s not the same old thing.

People are not spending their money the same way they used to.”

But while the advertising industry may be growing, it’s not doing so fast enough to support the online-ad industry.

In fact, a study by the DAA found that 70% of the online ads generated in 2015 were not delivered by any of the top 20 online platforms.

“This is the digital equivalent of the horse and buggy game where the horse runs fast but doesn’t have any saddle,” says Michael Whelan, CEO and co-founder of AdMob, a platform that helps advertisers deliver targeted ads on social media.

“In the digital world, there is no horse.

There’s no buggy.”

Whelan believes the DPA survey shows that online advertising is moving away from the ad industry.

“I think there’s an awareness that this is not the right way to do business.

This is the wrong way to build relationships with consumers and consumers are not ready for that,” he says.”

I think the ad world is in a great place.

I think that the ad tech industry has come a long way, but we’re still very far from the digital era where people will pay for ads on their phones.

And I think the big players like Google and Facebook, they are still in a lot more control than they were in the past.”

We need to get to the point where the companies that have the power and the resources to get into this space and do it the right, sustainable way, they’re going to do it,” he adds.

While the DGA survey shows some progress in the digital space, it also found that ad spending continues to fall.

Last year, digital ads were estimated to be worth just $1bn.

However in 2015, the DDA reported that digital ad spend fell to $1,000m.

This represents an 8% decrease from 2014.

In a way, this is a reversal from last year when digital advertising was estimated to have been worth $5,000bn, according to the DSA.

The survey also found a significant increase in mobile ad spending, with the average amount spent by mobile publishers on mobile ads being $2,500, up from $1 the previous time around.

However mobile ad spend is still a small part of the overall ad market. Ad