The action brought by Faith Brewitt in January claimed the Publicis PR agency had denied her the basic tools to perform her job.
A diverse global team breathed new life into a tired brand by challenging the notions of masculinity it once helped promote.
The Cannes Lions has adopted their recommendation that judges reject sexist ads. Are small victories enough under the "Objectifier in Chief?"
See ad agency 'Murphy + Kennedy' pitch cringe-worthy ideas that may hit a little too close to home.
Exclusive Q&A: Mars CMO Andrew Clarke on transparency, faith in the Super Bowl and fighting for your agencies
In his first interview, the chief marketing and customer officer gets tough on digital visibility and explains why BBDO's Snickers work is "the best of Mars."
After an iconic 4-year run as the face of the Macbook, the actor becomes the latest brand spokesman to appear in a competitor's commercial.
Howard Shultz vowed to hire 10,000 refugees around the world, and Mark Parker affirmed his company's commitment to Somali brand ambassador Mo Farrah.
Faith Brewitt, former head of Greater China for MSLGroup, has filed a lawsuit saying she was denied the time and basic tools to do her job.
"New Dove antiperspirant will boost your wifi signal," and other outrageous falsehoods appear in UK papers, courtesy of Ogilvy.
Droga5's first work for the brand will be a 30-second spot in the 2nd quarter.
The 30-second ad from adam&eveDDB will appear in the first quarter.
A partnership with Warner Bros. produces an amusing ad and a Lego Batmobile.
In a banner year for unevolved men, Saatchi & Saatchi's chairman reminded us how high the problem still goes.
By slashing his agency's awards budget by 50 percent, DDB's creative chief breathed new life into a tired debate.
The writers, director and talent behind the Apple campaign, which turned 10 this year, talk about the ads that still make them smile.
How an excruciating seven-month quest for an idea that Steve Jobs didn't hate gave birth to one of the funniest, most effective campaigns in Apple's history, told by the writers, crew and actors who created it 10 years ago.
How an excruciating seven-month quest for an idea Steve Jobs didn't hate gave birth to one of the funniest, most effective campaigns in Apple's history, told by the writers, crew and actors who created it 10 years ago.
She had a $100 million advantage and Madison Avenue's coolest kids in her corner. And yet...
Even with 108 years to prepare for this moment, the immediacy of these ads is pretty cool.
The longtime student of evidence-based marketing now becomes the teacher.