Mónica Marie Zorrilla
Mónica is a breaking news reporter at Adweek, based in Minneapolis, Minn. She previously served as a full-time reporter for Billy Penn and AL DÍA News Media in Philadelphia, focusing primarily on local weirdness and Latino culture. Mónica is a Miami native shivering in Minnesota.
Peloton Appoints Dara Treseder to Lead Global Marketing
Karina Kogan has been promoted to head up global product marketing.
Contactless Payments May Make or Break Small Businesses, Visa Study Finds
Visa study reveals that rapidly evolving expectations for a safe payment experience is driving small businesses to take dramatic shifts.
Harmon Brothers Disrupt the Historically Dry Finance World With Sardonic Office Takeover Guy
Wall Street veteran Paul Mamphilly's Profits Unlimited gets the Harmon Brothers treatment with new "Office Takeover" campaign.
CEO Mark Read Acknowledges WPP Has Work to Do After Releasing Diversity Data
WPP wants to create systemic change and is publishing its workforce diversity data as a first step toward accountability.
Clever Video Editing Portrays a Message of Unity in Nike’s Latest Powerful Spot
Wieden+Kennedy produced the third ad in "You Can't Stop Us" campaign.
Walmart’s Voice Device Will Help Employees With Day-to-Day Tasks and Emergency Situations
Walmart's Ask Sam app offers answers to associates and customers in real time.
Kohl’s Joins Target and Walmart in Closing Stores on Thanksgiving Day
Though the holiday retail season is four months away, five retailers have recently announced nationwide store closures on Thanksgiving Day.
How the Seattle Kraken Became the NHL’s Best-Selling Expansion Team Overnight
The Seattle Kraken sifted through 1,200 names to pick a winner and develop its branding.
Publishers Are Aligning to Move Ad Dollars Away From Walled Gardens
They’re collaborating more than ever with advertisers and clients.
Apple’s Sweet Lullaby Promises 100% Carbon Neutrality by 2030
The tech brand coos its vow to make its carbon footprint nonexistent in sweet 96-second spot.