What Adweek Means to These Entrepreneurs

"A source of inspiration"

Those Fuchsia Planes of the Now Defunct Wow Air Recall the Once Beloved ‘Jellybean Fleet’

A look at Adweek's reporting on Braniff International 37 years ago.

Over 3 Decades Ago, Wendy’s Made History With ‘Where’s the Beef?’

In a 1985 issue, Adweek proclaimed Clara Peller 'America's first octogenarian star since George Burns.'

Back When Computer Mouses Were New, This Cat Took Care of the Demonstration

In 1986, Commodore found a unique (and very cute) way to market its newfangled product.

What Marketers of Ketchup, Mattresses and TV Have in Common

As we celebrate 40 years, we're asking CMOs what Adweek has meant to them.

Remember 1980s Hair? We Sure Do—and the Shag Haircut Was Big Business Back Then

Adweek recalls the heyday of gel and mousse.

What Does Adweek Mean to You?

40 Years Bold.

Can the 37-Year-Old Dissolution of AT&T Teach Us Anything About a Big-Tech Breakup?

Here's a look back at Adweek’s coverage of a monopoly that really did get split up.

35 Years Ago, Adweek Led the Way in Publicizing the Gender Pay Gap in Advertising

Our 1984 survey revealed the industry’s startling disparity.

Founders and Funders on Adweek: ‘Inspiring, Valuable, Innovative’

As we celebrate our 40th anniversary, Tim Armstrong, Porter Braswell and Leslie Kruempel discuss what the publication means to them.