A series of new media deals including Discovery, VICE and Major League Baseball, as well as targeting technology to target TV viewers on Twitter.
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Michelle Gass, a longtime Starbucks executive is leaving to join Kohl’s in the newly-created role of chief customer officer.
The retailer is following up its viral hit "Ship My Pants" with more saucy worldplay in this video ad from DraftFCB.
Walmart has hired Dan Bartlett, the head of public-relations firm Hill & Knowlton's U.S. unit, as exec VP-corporate affairs.
"How many times have Wall Street guys come in and said 'You know, if you charge five bucks for TV, you'd make a lot of money'?" JetBlue's Marty St. George said in this video interview.
Kellogg School of Management has launched a new program to educate current and prospective chief marketers.
The 'Lead Generation Card' includes a button that with one click allows the user to provide their name, email address and Twitter handle to an advertiser.
Hispanic malls are drawing crowds across six states with a mix of special stores and family entertainment.
Networks and publishers are working to more accurately report how well they deliver ads in order to legitimize the industry and increase mobile-marketing spending.
Inevitably, Smart TVs will hold a key place in many households, presenting a great opportunity for innovations in advertising.
The state of today's customer service leaves much to be desired. The good news is a new era of computing is about to change that.
The credit reporting company made the agency shift a year after choosing Publicis Groupe's Digitas as lead agency.
The battle being waged between Amazon and Walmart isn't actually about online versus in-store -- it's about being omnichannel.
The fan-led event seemed threatened when the event's founder, Sara Rosso, said earlier this week that lawyers for the brand sent her a cease-and-desist letter.
Here's one more way buyers can evaluate this fall's new dramas: by seeing how many TVGuide.com users added each one to their Watchlists.
In a welcome bit of humor about the hard sell, CBS executive Jo Ann Ross wore a skirt that flashed "Your Ad Here."