The 31-year-old loves Walt and Mickey Mouse so much, he moved his family to Celebration, Fla.
Thirty percent of ad agency professionals said they've advised clients to stay out of politics.
Bai CMO Michael Simon on moving creative in-house, selling surprise and the brand's new corporate parents
"It's cheaper" to work with an in-house agency and there's "more agility," says the beverage brand's lead marketer.
The founder of Starbucks Melody is often mistaken for an employee (sorry, "partner").
Fee-based agency compensation remains the most popular method, but brands are trying new approaches in the wake of industry shakeups, according to a new report.
What makes a 21-year-old want to go into advertising in 2017? Optimism, mostly.
The beverage company is testing a spicy cola for the summer, and consumers are already unimpressed.
The Pennsylvania native collected so much Corvette memorabilia that Guinness World Records was forced to create a new category for him.
The pipe-cleaning product celebrates the plumber in all of us with a montage of butt cracks.
The tech brand celebrates a couple's path to parenthood in a two-minute film that follows a family's birth.
For Mother's Day, the agency gives job-hunters a way to proudly display maternity leave as a full-time job.
Dawn, Samsung and Cheerios also score high on YouGov BrandIndex's annual Mother's Day survey
The Unilever brand celebrated body diversity with limited edition packaging, but many consumers were insulted, not inspired, by the "Real Beauty" message.
Some have called this 19-year-old Kylie's biggest fan in the world, and he's got the tattoos to prove it.
The Hawaiian beer brand reaches those who can't put down their smartphones on their smartphones
The #MyOreoCreation Contest asks fans to submit their taste creations via social media for the chance to see their cookie hit shelves nationwide.
The former 'Mythbusters' host peeks inside labs with 'Innovation Nation' correspondent Alie Ward
The director and screenwriter, best known for his work on 'Birdman,' revealed that creativity doesn't come from one source in an intimate Q&A at the Brand Film Festival New York.
Unlike KFC, the German automaker has a plan for launching its product into space.
An era of slow growth and digital disruption has chief executives scrambling to show they're addressing the problem.