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It's not clear whether the dolls, from Mother London, would violate Russia's ban on gay "propaganda."
A hilarious series of films by Forsman & Bodenfors for UNICEF Sweden show how easy it is to do good these days.
Contribute to the pile of coal agency Bob's Your Uncle is sending Ford -- and it'll donate $1 to charity.
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.
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.
Spin the globe in 2014 and you'll see positive signs for advertising across the planet. Here are 10 points to keep in mind about the worldwide ad market.
Fonterra recently had a safety scare in China, but now it's launching new brands here.
Brazil's tourism authority Embratur took advantage of the World Cup draw to target online videos at tourists from participating countries.
Nissan is trying to lure tech-savvy youth by letting them design a car with their eyes and virtual reality goggles.
Unilever will slash marketing headcount by 12% globally while trimming agency and commercial production fees.
Adidas unveils the official ball of the 2014 World Cup, with an energetic film and a campaign that promises free balls to newborn babies.
Canalplay's bespoke Joe 'Insomny' encourages non-stop show watching
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China's new premium car brand, Qoros, must convince local consumers that "made in China" can mean high-quality.
Handing out your mortal rival's product for free may sound like marketing suicide -- but Burger King did just that in Norway.Full Article
While Publicis' recent investments are regional and small relative to its purchases over the last two years, the timing raises questions.Full Article
Europe's call today for stronger data privacy protections could help Google and Facebook fight U.S. government data requests.Full Article
No turkey? No problem. The U.S. invasion of the British retail calendar continues with Black Friday .Full Article
Hasbro is set to consolidate the majority of its global media-buying and -planning business with Omnicom's OMD and retained WPP's MediaCom in Latin America.Full Article