Three of the best hagglers in the world negotiate on behalf of Andes drinkers for more time with friends.
Beanie Babies, introduced in 1991, were once the hottest toys in the world. Yet they managed to get so popular without benefiting from a single TV commercial (aside from a McDonald's Happy Meals tie-in). But now, Beanie Babies maker Ty Inc. Show More Summary
If you're struggling to meet your business goals, pause for a moment to make sure you're not making one of these crucial mistakes. Read the full article at MarketingProfs
Only eating stuffing on Thanksgiving is so mainstream.
An ad for the Church of England, featuring people from all walks of life reciting the Lord's Prayer, won't be screened in theaters before the new Star Wars film, according to the Digital Cinema Media agency. The DCM, which regulatesShow More Summary
H&M has hired the perfect celebrity endorser for its over-the-top, candy-coated holiday spectacular: Katy Perry. The pop star and walking acid flashback anchors a new two-minute commercial for the clothing chain, grinning and prancing through every imaginable Christmas trope while her new single, "Every Day Is a Holiday," plays in the background. Show More Summary
Company: ChappellRoberts Location: Tampa, Florida Industry: Not Specified Career Level: Senior Level Career (10+ yrs experience) Job Status: Full Time Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience
Company: MileOne Automotive Location: Towson, Maryland Industry: Not Specified Career Level: Senior Level Career (10+ yrs experience) Job Status: Full Time
Hold on, Samantha Bee is a Jedi? Fans of The Daily Show already know Bee, of Jon Stewart's dear departed Best F#@king News Team, as an intellectual badass. But now she's laying waste to an entire bar full of space aliens in a parody of the Star Wars cantina scene. Show More Summary
Company: FCB Chicago Location: Chicago, Illinois Industry: Not Specified Career Level: Mid Level Career (5+ yrs experience) Job Status: Full Time Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience
Company: FCB Location: New York City, New York Industry: Advertising - Account Management Career Level: Senior Level Career (10+ yrs experience) Job Status: Full Time Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience
Summary: Most people don’t intend to break copyright laws when they try to pass off someone else’s ideas as their own. They are just “sharing content” with friends, family, and coworkers. What’s the harm...Show More Summary
Summary: In case you haven't heard, the American Medical Association (the less-fun AMA) called for a TV ban on drug advertising. Yes, the group said that direct-to-consumer messaging is attributing to the rising costs in medicine, and is a main cause for expensive and unnecessary procedures.
Summary: Have you noticed that every year the promotions surrounding Christmas appear earlier and earlier? When popular brands switch over to candy cane décor after barely giving the pumpkin-themed schemes a break, you know it’s real. Poor Thanksgiving. Show More Summary
Summary: Often, when you try to do good for others, a lot of the good comes back to you. The Lexington Police Department is offering a new way to pay for parking tickets this holiday season. “Food for Fines” runs for a month and allows residents with parking tickets to waive $15 off their fine by donating ten cans of food.
The art of the successful institution is figuring out which cases are special enough to deserve a fresh eye. It's virtually impossible to scale an institution that insists on making a new decision every time it encounters a new individual....
SS+K launched a new campaign for The New Yorker featuring an online spot and accompanying print and social executions. The 60-second spot, entitled “Train” was shot by director J.C. Chandor at Union Station in Los Angeles. It shows a man making his way through the station, noticing small stories unfolding around him as he approaches his train. When he finally he sits down...
The 60-second spot delivers the ultimatum "#GiveCoachOrElse."
The agency also promoted group strategy director Duncan Snowden to vice president, strategy.
Good thing the U.S. eliminated sexism in 1984 when Walter Mondale picked Geraldine Ferraro as his VP candidate!