Dairy Queen is launching an ad campaign next week in hopes that it can turn once-a-month visitors who see it as an ice cream stand into frequent customers who return for burgers, fries and chicken strips.
Last year Ad Age voters predicted that CBS legal drama "Made in Jersey" would be the first new broadcast drama to be canceled.
"Keep Calm and Continue Testing." The Harvard student's T-shirt tagline seemed to encapsulate the mood in the frigid room filled with data crunchers.
In the mid-90s, the pop band Barenaked Ladies sang out scenarios for their fantasy, "If I had a million dollars.
Gone are the days when world-weary travelers preferred hotels that reminded them of home and provided a respite from the location they were visiting.
The majority of Madison Avenue's ad-tech stack has been built around the dated cookie-based approach.
In ten years, there will be 50 billion industrial machines connected to the internet, predicts Stephen Liguori, executive director-global innovation and new models at GE.
Brazilian slums were in the news recently when video taken from a police helicopter in Rio de Janeiro showed bullets raining down on a drug trafficker from one of the city's notorious favelas.
Various claims filed in April 2012 as part of a race discrimination lawsuit against Interpublic Group of Cos.
Brooklyn-based Huge just got a bit smaller.
A group of senior executives from the Interpublic Group of Cos.