A boycott of advertisers on social media is gaining momentum, and Facebook is the primary target. Marketers are expressing unease with how it handles misinformation and hate speech, including its permissive approach to problematic posts by President Trump. Over the weekend, Starbucks, Diageo and Coca-Cola said they would pause their advertising on all social media platforms. They’re among the biggest spenders on Facebook ads: Starbucks spent $95 million and Diageo $23 spent million on the platform last year. Other companies have boycotted Facebook specifically, including Honda America, Levi Strauss and Patagonia... Restaurant Brands International, the parent company of Burger King, Popeyes and Tim Hortons, saw its sales fall by more than 30% in mid-March as locations were forced to close due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. With locations reopening, sales are beginning to come back. Popeyes saw its same-store sales jump in the “very high 20s” last week and Tim Hortons posted a decline in the mid-20 percent range…