The soda has become a weapon of unity, but maybe not in the way that their advertising team had hoped.
A veteran public relations officer told us why United Airlines, Sean Spicer, and Pepsi should have known better.
Pepsi launched a controversial new ad on Tuesday, brought everyone on the internet together in their hatred of it on Wednesday, then pulled the ad on Thursday. It’s going to need—a closer look.
Move over, Kendall—Big Soda really does fund fake protests nationwide.
"Pepsi was trying to project a global a message of unity, peace, and understanding. Clearly, we missed the mark, and we apologize."
Their are some undeniable similarities between the new Kendall Jenner-starring ad and the 1999 music video for the UK duo's song "Out Of Control."
In its first month, the 1.5 cent tax on each ounce of soda raised double the money that the city had expected it to.
While a move away from soda is a good thing, the real problem seems to be that people living with sketchy water pipes don’t really have any choice but to buy the bottled stuff.