2019, accounting for about 9.

“This is not going to be business as usual, and the marketing industry is certainly going to see a real impact.I don’t think anyone knows how big.

So we’re going to watch and look,” Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg told Bloomberg TV last week.There are positive signs for the internet giants, though.

Hyundai, Toyota and GM were among automakers who started to run online ads last week directly or indirectly mentioning how they were adjusting practices because of the coronavirus, according to commercials seen by Reuters.

The warning from Twitter comes two weeks after it reached an agreement with Elliott Management that allowed Jack Dorsey to stay on as chief executive and added three new directors.As part of the agreement, Twitter had pledged to grow daily users by 20% or more in 2020 and beyond, roughly in line with user growth in its fourth quarter.

Twitter said on Monday total monetisable daily active users (mDAU) jumped 23% to 164 million quarter-to-date, driven by the conversation around COVID-19, as well as ongoing product improvements.

“We’re seeing a meaningful increase in people using Twitter,” Dorsey said.S.

President Donald Trump listens during a Make America Great Again rally in Richmond, Kentucky, U.S.

, October 13, 2018.Picture taken October 13, 2018.

REUTERS/Joshua RobertsSenate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told Bloomberg Television that the Senate will not have time to take up the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement trade deal before 2019.