Droga5 develops a new campaign for the athletic apparel brand featuring Misty Copland, Natasha Hastings and others.
The country's marketing organization partners with National Geographic Travel Lab to create the agency's first video series
Saatchi & Saatchi London gives the ice cream brand a youthful vibe in a new spot titled "Everyday Made Extraordinary."
The brand's Chief Diversity Officer Lesley Slaton Brown talks about the company's hiring initiatives and its latest spot targeting women.
The genetics testing company helps Gru find his lost-lost brother in six-week marketing push.
The Unilever brand celebrated body diversity with limited edition packaging, but many consumers were insulted, not inspired, by the "Real Beauty" message.
The #MyOreoCreation Contest asks fans to submit their taste creations via social media for the chance to see their cookie hit shelves nationwide.
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.
Jennifer Breithaupt, head of global entertainment, adds consumer marketing to her role
"If we think we can do it better, cheaper or faster internally, we will."
Budweiser topped social media shares, but Unruly finds most viewers felt ad quality was poor.
How a former blue-chip marketer is finding a new kind of success playing small ball online.
Figliulo&Partners helps the airline take advantage of a battered British pound.
To celebrate the anniversary of the Air Max 1, the brand recruited artists Ava Nirui and Alex Lee to produce some enigmatic creative.
Instead of throwing food or punches, the marketer launches pop culture references.
For International Women's Day, Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam urges girls to "Believe in More."
The brand taps YouTuber Casey Neistat to give an acceptance speech for the selfie stick generation.
"My expectation is they feed me with inspiring ingredients, and I take things from there."
Tech professionals were warned to stay away from "the Three Os: Orientals, Old People and Ovaries," alleges the suit.