Health and industry insiders say such claims, if taken seriously, can lead to dangerous consequences.
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.
Director Rian Johnson claims Apple doesn't let fictional bad guys use its products. But the rule doesn't apply to real ones.
Someone left 45 comments about "Merry Go Round" on YouTube, and they show no signs of stopping. Who the hell is this guy?
If only this obscenely small marginalized group had that kind of power!
"True to character, the healthy, hipster Mr. Avo Head will sport a man bun and well-groomed beard, trendy sneakers, skinny jeans and will be listening to all the latest beats."
April Fools—like everything we used to hold dear to us—is now dominated by brands trying their hardest to insert themselves into daily life.
What's real and what's fantasy?
SunnyD tweets about depression. Steak-umm is lonely. Wendy's is sassy. Do we actually want our brands to be that "human"?
A 12-pack of tallboys of your basic H2O meant for "punk rockers and skateboarders" sells for $19.99.