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TubeMogul is the leading advertising software company for digital branding. With a single, integrated video ad solution, we put Brands & Agencies in control.


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Business Insider

The CEO of ad tech firm TubeMogul explains why he sold his company to Adobe for $540 million and what happens now

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A 'social media company' and 'foreign telecom company' were interested in buying TubeMogul before Adobe swooped in with its $540 million offer

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Adobe acquires video ad company TubeMogul for $540M

The Motley Fool

Platform Direct Growth Drives TubeMogul Inc. Sales 39% Higher

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TubeMogul Inc. Earnings: What to Watch

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TubeMogul explains how it solves advertising fragmentation on #TheDisruptors

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The Motley Fool

Can TubeMogul Solve Digital Advertising’s Biggest Problem?


TubeMogul Calls Google Anti-Competitive in New Ad Campaign

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Ad tech company TubeMogul is launching an ad campaign that alleges Google has 'conflicts of interest' and 'walled gardens'

The Motley Fool

TubeMogul Inc. Revenue Surges on Strong Advertising Spending Growth

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The Motley Fool

TubeMogul Inc Enjoys Major Growth as Advertisers Tune In --

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Why TubeMogul Inc's Shares Popped Today --

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The Motley Fool

3 Areas to Watch When TubeMogul Reports Next Week --

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Business Insider

TubeMogul CEO on $83 million raise: The ad tech market may be hurting, but we're not


TubeMogul Spikes 12% After Beating On Q1 Revenue, Forecasting Big Q2


TubeMogul Soars 14% After Reporting Strong Q3 Revenue Of $27.4M, Smaller-Than-Expected Loss


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