Advertising and Marketing Wisdom: Adages
The magazine industry's annual meeting was interrupted briefly after the conference hall was filled with an unfamiliar odor.
The use of stevia during the 'Breaking Bad' finale caused a buzz on Twitter.
The over-the-top spot by Mother, New York suggests consumers will enter a state of bliss upon consuming the new lower-calorie product.
We have to wonder: what would fellow spokesman Psy think about an ad that ends with Dennis Rodman being nuked by North Korea?
Agency president Travis York gave the NBA player only two ground rules. He couldn't fire anybody or hand out raises.
Golf Channel asked followers to tweet their "golf dream" on the anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s speech.
Ford offering gives new meaning to driving the strip.
Nissan's announcement of self-driving vehicles by 2020 raises an interesting advertising question.
The Baltimore Sun's home page on Monday featured an ad seemingly borrowed from PennySaver.
The cereals will join Franken Berry, Boo Berry and Count Chocula for a limited time.
Burger King Russia's TV ad was banned for implying that the hamburger is a suitable replacement for poppies.
Player suspended for performance-enhancing drugs is part owner of a high-performance car dealer in Houston.
Land Rover: Royal baby, you can drive my car.
Slick packaging or dented can? Newcastle pokes fun at Bud -- only to be wind up on defense in social media.
Children in "Kids React" series don't take kindly to adult foolishness over a recent cereal ad.
NFL's Panthers franchise -- and an entire state -- relocated on shirt.
Diageo offers a new take on "bottom's up" with reenactments of drunken walks like a power nap -- on an escalator.
Cumberland Farms wants you to enjoy an "Iced Hoffee" on a hot summer day.
"How to Uninstall McAfee Antivirus" is full of profanity, strippers, drugs and guns.
Agencies unleash their top chompers to to battle for the top-dog title in adland eating contest.