Veganuary, a Movement to Skip Meat and Dairy, Has Grown 50% in 2021, Attracting 100 Brands
Tabitha Brown, a small-town North Carolina native turned vegan influencer, grew up eating whatever was put in front of her, which sometimes included squirrel, turtle and opossum. “Don’t judge me, [...]
Why the First Amendment Is Important in Understanding Trump’s Social Media Bans
Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, Google and Apple are private companies owned by private citizens.
Exclusive: Cannes Lions Says It Will Move Forward With an In-Person Festival in 2021
Even with a Covid-19 vaccine rollout, advertisers are hesitant to travel to the French Riviera in June.
How Retailers Are Rethinking the Pain Point That Is Returns
Despite the pandemic, in-store options are in vogue, while free return shipping is falling out of favor.
Exclusive: Trump’s Name, Once a Brand, Is Now a Banner of Extremism
Who will buy from Trump after the chaos of his exit, and what will he be selling?
TV Newsers Share Stories of Reporting From the Capitol During the Insurrection
TV news correspondents share their observations and insights from reporting.
New York’s New Penn Station Is the Marketing Opportunity Amtrak Has Been Dreaming Of
Moynihan Train Hall could help the railroad position itself as a premium travel option.
No Office? No Problem, Says Netflix
As the Steve Carell sitcom finds a new home, the streaming service has already moved on.
What Can 2020 Teach Us About the Future?
Time will tell what will change and what will remain the same.
How Covid-19 and Ecommerce Disrupted the Alcohol Industry in 2020
With huge hits to bars and restaurants, drinkers turned to the internet.
AdProfs Founder: ‘Apple and Google Broke the Ecosystem’ of Programmatic Advertising
Ratko Vidakovic on ad tech's year of seismic change, and why all is not doomed.
What You Should Do About the SolarWinds Hack
Making sure you have a system to protect your information is a top priority.
Rick Astley, Now a TikTok Star, Isn’t Sure He Could Have Broken Out in 2020
Rick Astley is back, and has a song only for TikTok.
The FTC Keeps Throttling Razor Brand Acquisitions, But It Doesn’t Spell Doom for the DTC World
A category with only two options is not exactly the picture of healthy competition, particularly if the two legacy players are buying up the companies that brought the biggest shakeups [...]
Laugh If You Want, but Ugly Sweaters Are 2020’s Coolest Holiday Marketing Idea
There are legit branding and marketing advantages for companies that go to the trouble of designing and selling an ugly holiday sweater.