MillerCoors has claimed a partial legal victory in its attempt to get Bud Light to stop its campaign that mocks Miller Lite and Coors Light for using corn syrup. A federal judge denied Anheuser-Busch InBev’s move to dismiss the false advertising
Memorial Day weekend is finally here. Many of us in the United Sates get to kick back and pray that it doesn’t rain. If the weather does hold up, you’ll likely have the chance to go to a barbecue, one of the very few good American food traditions.
F. Scott Fitzgerald famously wrote: “there are no second acts in American lives” in 1941. And he has been famously proven wrong (his own reputation a case in point) time and again. The most recent example? New Coke. Modern marketing’s most
This session of Overwatch was supposed to be a stress reliever, but tensions began to rise after Daja Williams and one of her teammates started to argue over who would play Lucio, one of the most popular supporting characters in the
In a sprawling wildlife preserve in Zimbabwe larger than Grand Canyon National Park, some of the rhinos roaming the park have sensors embedded in their horns. Three times a day, the trackers send the animals’ GPS locations to solar-powered base
Ghosting: a term for disappearing or going missing in action without any explanation. You’ve probably heard it in the realms of the online dating world, where a romantic interest would cease all communication after a few dates. But it seems like
The National Rifle Association’s escalating legal feud with its longtime public-relations agency has taken a bizarre turn, with the gun lobby claiming that the PR firm stole a confidential PowerPoint presentation detailing its courtroom strategy.
LVMH Moët Hennesy–Louis Vuitton, the Paris-based luxury marketer with an expansive brand portfolio that includes Christian Dior and Sephora, was subpoenaed by a federal grand jury in the probe of U.S. media buying practices, according to people
As Americans grow increasingly concerned about data privacy, there’s never a shortage of confirmation that their worries are justified. The latest is news that First American Financial Corp., a large real estate title insurance company, left
Memorial Day weekend is here, marking the start of summer, barbecues, fun in the sun, the end of productivity, all that. For Americans, the holiday that in some form has been celebrated since the end of the Civil War today means parades, chugging
Scientists at the University of Washington have created a new shock absorption metamaterial that uses origami to completely absorb a hard impact and transform that crushing force into a gentle pull. The findings have potential implications in
After adding the full-size X7 sport utility vehicle this year, BMW AG is getting into a much tinier category—a 799 euro ($890) electric scooter similar to those offered by sharing services Bird Rides Inc. and LimeBike. In keeping with BMW targeting
Hey Google, what’s for dinner? Google has incorporated food ordering features into its mobile apps, so iOS and Android users can order up chicken wings, Cheetos, hum bow, and vegan poke bowls with extra kale, straight from local restaurants
Every weekday we bring you the Ad Age/iSpot Hot Spots, new commercials tracked by iSpot.tv , the TV ad measurement and attribution company. The ads here ran on national TV for the first time on May 22. A certain iconic domestic diva helps
Some parents choose to stay home for many years to raise kids. Others do so because the cost of childcare would pretty much wipe out any income they’d earn from their jobs. If you’re a stay-at-home parent, chances are that you’d like to get back
It comes as no surprise that Aladdin is among the string of live-action updates that Disney is making to its animated films. The original 1992 movie grossed $500 million around the world and was a key part of the Disney renaissance of the 1990s,