The telecom company is launching multi-thousand square-foot superstores, where you can hang out, test devices, and maybe even go on a run.
The company's recent campaign against a wage hike is now undermining its rosy spin on a food drive for employees.
Rodman books one-way trip to North Korea and Brett Favre knows when to call it quits.
Automakers and home appliance companies stepped up their buying at CCTV auction as China tries to jolt consumption.
Jean-Claude Van Damme video brought in more than 25 million views and 50 related clips since launching earlier this month.
Called Winter Wonderlabs, the outlets feature products such as Nexus 7 tablets, and Chromebook computers.
In letting marketers create pages for products, LinkedIn is urging them to publish more. And ultimately, to pay to promote their content.
The company overrode default settings for Apple Inc.'s Safari browser that blocked cookies.
"I have the impression that politicians have a better understanding of how advertising works than corporate marketing chiefs."
The struggling retailer kicked off its "Jingle More Bells" campaign today, its first under former Kraft Foods exec Debra Berman.
In an unusual move, Chrysler picked U.S. Hispanic agency Richards/Lerma to handle its $30 million ad account in Mexico.
Santander is linking with a deliberately obnoxious Robert De Niro to raise its profile, while BBVA enlists major basketball and soccer stars to represent its agility.
Coca-Cola and Droga5 let you create your own ugly Christmas attire.
Programmatic buying might be common for digital publishers, but for TV networks, shaking up legacy media buying won't happen easily.
Little monsters revolt after Obama tries to make health-care problem disappear with words.