By: Angela Doland on September 17, 2014
As China gets more aggressive about enforcing its anti-monopoly law, the prices of foreign brands are under scrutiny.
By: Angela Doland on May 13, 2014
Dentsu now gets 48% of its revenues from outside Japan, a sign of how its purchase of Aegis has transformed the company into a more global player.
By: Angela Doland on September 02, 2014
India's ad watchdog just issued new guidelines, but cringe-worthy ads are a problem throughout Asia.
By: Angela Doland on April 18, 2014
A few smart malls in China are reinventing the shopping experience. The insight: Savvy Chinese consumers crave cultural experiences, too.
By: Angela Doland on September 04, 2014
Chinese celebs who don't test the products they endorse may soon be held liable for quality problems that crop up.
By: Angela Doland on August 18, 2014
Chinese tech companies are putting ads for apps and games on the world's smartphones, and a company called PapayaMobile is helping them.
By: Angela Doland on April 08, 2014
The "Tupperware effect" helps give women a shot at entrepreneurialism and influence in their communities, particularly in places like Indonesia and India.
By: Angela Doland on February 03, 2014
Colenso BBDO says its focus is "progressive work that creates conversation around our clients' brands."