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In the U.S., the Dannon brand is in heated competition for Greek-yogurt share.
CEO Mark Thompson promised 'zero confusion' between what is journalism and what is advertising.
Publicis Canada's Andrew Bruce will get a bump to CEO of 'super region' that replaces Publicis Canada, Publicis USA.
Ms. Barra, a 30-year veteran and 'car gal,' will be the first female CEO in the global automotive industry.
Former Cumulus Media executive VP-sales Michael Pallad is now overseeing all ad sales for iTunes Radio internationally.
Founder of Hess Corp. created the product as a way to thank customers, and the trucks have maintained a reputation for quality and high "playability" factor.
Mr. Crowther is Carat's third lead on the massive GM account in two years.
For many marketers, the World Cup has already kicked off in Brazil, six months ahead of the first soccer match -- whether they're sanctioned sponsors or not.
Vermont Country store relies on nostalgia to peddle its wares to the over-40 crowd. But it adds a few twists to its retro offerings.
Executives told a quarterly management meeting that the spinoff from Time Warner is still planned for the second quarter of 2014.
Old Spice's Isaiah Mustafa is back, but this time with a project aimed at the U.K. -- which means he's now on the hunt for gentlemanliness.
WPP CEO Martin Sorrell told the UBS conference that he wants to know whether the merger is a French takeover or an American one.
The miniseries' debut drew 9.8 million viewers across three networks, combining to beat most of broadcast TV. But did it catch 'The Bible'?
Rob Marcus said he'd consider a sale if it benefits investors but will take the reins focused on fixing the company's residential business.
Ad growth is being slowed partly by declines in shows such as 'Gold Rush,' CEO David Zaslav said at a UBS conference.
Look for jewelry spending to be big for 2013 thanks to easing of the recession, more women watching football and more weddings in 2014.
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.