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It's not clear whether the dolls, from Mother London, would violate Russia's ban on gay "propaganda."
Now with responses, including ones from J.C. Penney, Au Bon Pain, Charmin, NBC, Monster.com and, of course, Oreo.
On the same day that Martha Stewart appeared on MSNBC to talk holiday gifts, her company cut about 100 jobs, a third of the workforce.
"Find your people," proclaims Meetup's latest ad, a billboard in New York City urging holiday shoppers not to forget their fellow humans.
Aereo will not oppose broadcasters' petition to take concerns over its legality to the Supreme Court.
Randy Schekman says his lab will no longer send papers to Nature, Cell and Science as they distort scientific process
Twitter's mobile-advertising exchange MoPub released a product that will allow the thousands of mobile-app publishers on its exchange to use native advertising, a fast-growing source of digital revenue.
When GoldieBlox removed a parody of the Beastie Boys' song "Girls" from an ad for its toys, it seemed like a heated debate over fair use and copyright ethics was over. Wrong!
An emerging, invisible infrastructure will give designers an entirely new technological frontier to explore.
Malcolm Gladwell says Gawkerian snark isn't as useful as a recent essay suggested.
Michael Bloomberg's Mayors Against Gun Violence fueled TV ad campaigns while the NRA stuck more to lobbying.
Brand hasn't been big spender in traditional media, but has stepped up marketing elsewhere.
Media executives convened at the annual UBS media conference this week to discuss the changing TV industry.
Axe and Coca-Cola are back, E-Trade is out and Chobani is entering the Super Bowl for the first time. See the latest updates.
Agency will restructure creative department, giving individual offices more autonomy.
AOL's Patch may soon be announcing a partnership, the next step for the beleaguered network of hyperlocal news sites.
A hilarious series of films by Forsman & Bodenfors for UNICEF Sweden show how easy it is to do good these days.
Bio was originally spun off from A&E to capitalize on its hit series "Biography." The lineup lately has focused on crime and real estate.
ABC, Fox, A&E and others are joining NBC Universal on the See It platform, which lets consumers use Twitter to tune their TVs and DVRs.
Charging for content helps publishers capture valuable "first-party" data on subscribers, the Online Publishers Association said.
Spotify has introduced a free ad-supported mobile service in a bid to attract people's ears and advertisers' wallets.
Bye, bye baby: For the the first time since 2007, viewers won't see the savvy talking spokestot, or any E-Trade ad, in the big game.
Jonah Peretti never imagined people would watch much video on mobile devices, he says in this video from Advertising Week.
Eyewear marketer Warby Parker didn't originally plan to have physical stores, but that's changed now, co-CEO Neil Blumenthal told us.
For media-agency trading desks, programmatic has allowed them to deal directly with fewer sellers, while buying ads across a greater spectrum of sites.