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If you’ve seen or heard the phrase “Dilly Dilly” at your local pub or on social media in the last few weeks, you can thank Bud Light for turning the phrase into a cultural phenomenon.

The company launched a series of ads created by Wieden+Kennedy that have gone viral, thanks to their constant appearances during commercial breaks in NFL and college football games.

Recently at Business Insider’s IGNITION conference in New York, we got to chat with the man ultimately responsible for the “Dilly Dilly” campaign: Anheuser-Busch InBev Chief Marketing Officer Miguel Patricio.

Catch the conversation here.

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Twitter says it made a mistake defending Trump’s anti-Muslim retweets — but says the videos are still OK. The US president retweeted videos posted by a British far-right extremist, to universal outrage in Britain.

Following a cash infusion from Discovery and others, Group Nine Media has tapped an ad industry veteran as its new president. Group Nine Media has named marketing industry veteran Christa Carone as its first-ever president.

Reddit and its users are ratcheting up their opposition to the FCC’s imminent repeal of its net neutrality rules. On Friday, Reddit users by the dozens posted pictures of members of Congress who oppose the rules.

Walmart and Amazon are locked in a bitter retail war — but they’re becoming clones of each other in the process. Each company’s new initiatives increasingly look like the best ideas of the competitor.

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