A holiday investigation.
"Super Spread," "SendNoods," and other pandemic-related advertising missteps.
A sketchy company has been paying viral Twitter users up to $50 to advertise the product. But experts say it's unlikely the marketing scheme is making returns.
“We don’t even talk about consent do we? No, we just get straight to it.”
The companies behind Cream of Wheat hot cereal and Mrs. Butterworth’s syrup said that they would review their branding after Aunt Jemima and Uncle Ben's did the same.
Shanghai-based photographer Zhongjia Sun uses the language of merchandising to make surreal sets that turns advertising on its head, often while infusing them with Chinese cultural references.
BANG Energy Threw a Dance Party During the Coronavirus Outbreak to Launch a Drink Called ‘Noo-Fusion’
Employees were required to attend or else take paid time off.
Bloomberg pumped more than $15 million into a TV spot in which an Obama voiceover introduces him as a pragmatic leader.
Starbucks released an ad on Sunday where a barista calls a trans person by their name. Groundbreaking!
Someone left 45 comments about "Merry Go Round" on YouTube, and they show no signs of stopping. Who the hell is this guy?
A network of debt "relief" companies operate Facebook pages that collect data on people in financial trouble.