When a purple purse is left in a Lyft van, passengers learn why most women can't just leave their injurious relationships.
This morning, the technology brand announced that it will replace McDonald's as a worldwide TOP patron.
With MullenLowe, the cruise line has created a way to live stream what's happening from 150 feet below the ocean's surface.
The hot sauce helped the Illinois native stick to his diet. Now, he's forever stuck on Cholula with a brand tattoo on his arm.
The California-based chain has gone national, so the brand hired its first advertising agency to unify what it means to serve a "badass taco."
For the first time, the advertising festival is partnering with content platform Greenfly to curate a mutually beneficial, co-branded experience.
The comedian's last name sounds like the building blocks brand, which has made him a life-long loyalist.
The brand's Chief Diversity Officer Lesley Slaton Brown talks about the company's hiring initiatives and its latest spot targeting women.
This Pennsylvanian satisfied her sweet tooth and eye for fashion by upcycling wrappers into a posh dress and wrist corsage.
Now that marketing to the LGBTQ community has gone mainstream, brands from fashion to tech to retail are showing their colors.
The genetics testing company helps Gru find his lost-lost brother in six-week marketing push.
Anheuser-Busch is the second-most, LGBT-inclusive marketer on the Viacom network's 'Top 25 Trailblazing Companies' report.
From pop-up shops to virtual reality, companies are investing more heavily in executions that engage the senses, according to global research from Freeman.
The 31-year-old loves Walt and Mickey Mouse so much, he moved his family to Celebration, Fla.
Thirty percent of ad agency professionals said they've advised clients to stay out of politics.
Bai CMO Michael Simon on moving creative in-house, selling surprise and the brand's new corporate parents
"It's cheaper" to work with an in-house agency and there's "more agility," says the beverage brand's lead marketer.
The founder of Starbucks Melody is often mistaken for an employee (sorry, "partner").
Fee-based agency compensation remains the most popular method, but brands are trying new approaches in the wake of industry shakeups, according to a new report.
What makes a 21-year-old want to go into advertising in 2017? Optimism, mostly.
The beverage company is testing a spicy cola for the summer, and consumers are already unimpressed.