"Catching Fire," with Jennifer Lawrence back as Katniss Everdeen, is benefiting from three weeks without fresh competition for young adults.
Burger King just released its latest menu item: Big King, made of two beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles and onions on a sesame-seed bun. Sound familiar?
On the surface, the toy industry looks like Hasbro, Lego, Mattel and everyone else. But the hundreds of "other" toymakers account for up to 50% of sales.
Forget the most wonderful time of the year. For Mattel and Hasbro, it's the most stressful.
After 31 years at Mullen -- the last 14 as CEO -- Joe Grimaldi is moving into a chairman role and Alex Leikikh will become CEO.
Peanut butter has a day. So do donuts. So why shouldn't 2013's most-hyped technology also get one?
The consumer packaged goods company provides a positive outlook in uncertain times.
Ex-Giant is rebranding Thuzio, which connects businesses with retired pro athletes.
Introducing ridiculously great sale pricing on Ad Age print/digital/online.
Brands must connect to customers in new ways, thanks to mobile, social and cloud. But where to start?
Sochi athletes will face hurdles that weren't in London last year and won't be in Rio de Janeiro in 2016, says Darcy Bouzeos.
Europe's call today for stronger data privacy protections could help Google and Facebook fight U.S. government data requests.
2014 will be the year marketers fall in love with automation, says AOL Networks CEO Bob Lord.