Execs From P&G, Citi and Verizon on the Evolution of Adweek

'We're hitting a tipping point,' says P&G CBO Marc Pritchard.

The Champions of Diversity and Inclusion on What Adweek Has Meant to Them

'I know that it'll be another 40, 50, 60 years!'

These 5 Pre-Internet Technologies Revolutionized How We Eat, Shop and Live

The world was never the same after the invention of these tools, and Adweek was there to report on them.

Inside the Friends 25th Anniversary Experience in New York

From Smelly Cat to PIVOT! to Rachel's hairstyles, we step into the hit comedy as it comes to life at a New York pop-up.

What Adweek Means to These Women Trailblazers

Linda Johnson Rice calls it one of the 'go-to bibles' of the industry.

Once Upon a Time, the DeLorean Promised to Lay Rubber Through the Automotive Industry

A look back at the lean roadster with the fat advertising budget.

32 Years Ago, McDonald’s Tried to Trademark ‘Mc’—It Didn’t Work

A landmark case in intellectual property.

Lurching Toward Oblivion, Sears Stores Have Actually Been in Trouble for a Long Time

As early as 1993, the mall anchor was struggling for customers.

How America Temporarily Lost Its Mind Over a Pudgy Doll With Yarn Hair

Cabbage Patch Kids were the must-have toy in 1983.

How an Act of Congress Killed the Biggest Beverage Trend of the 1980s

Long before hard seltzers, wine coolers were all the rage.