More privacy for consumers, less data for you and another advantage for Facebook and Twitter.
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Self-awareness is the No. 1 superpower of great leaders, writes the founder and CEO of 72andSunny.
The decision comes just a week after Anomaly publicized the end of its two-year relationship with Duracell.
Fans can interact with Hugh Laurie's psychiatrist on Facebook Messenger.
This senior content producer discusses her love of podcasts, Netflix's "Narcos" and blogs that help her keep sane as a young mother.
PepsiCo kicks off a digital review in Europe, Google holds firm as Singapore tightens branded festival rules and Apple's loss in China is a gain for local brands.
How to focus a team on the future without denying its past.
I was told early on that media was not a leadership role within the agency, but that was where I found my passion, writes Starcom's global brand president.
After a six-month sabbatical, the former Starcom Mediavest CEO has announced her intention to step down at the end of the year.
The social media company is slashing its workforce and killing the short-form video app.
TBWA Worldwide's new editorial capability helps weave cultural and trend insight into the lives of its employees to inform their creative output.
Data scientists and creatives can do amazing things when they work together.
Marketers demonstrated the power of creativity, but the event could have benefited from more agency participation to probe what unites and divides, writes BBDO's CEO of the Americas.
After having a little one, Millennial dads will go out of their way to find organic products.
James Miller, global head of strategy for Mars at BBDO, explains how fame has been a key driver in making Snickers' six-year global campaign so effective.
The travel brand wants work that will drive more traffic to its site.
The agency follows up last year's "#cordfail" with a demo viewers should try at home.
Viewers of all ages found Arnold's campaign highly informative, attention-grabbing and relevant.
The comedy legend is making a return to TV, but will viewers be glad to see her?
Women at top agencies use an Executive Branch technique to get their ideas and opinions heard.
To be a great leader, you need to be brave, supportive and show people you care, writes the chairman, chief creative officer of McCannXBC.
Chrissy Teigen, John Legend and 72andSunny join forces for 8-minute musical, "The Toycracker," to air on ABC.
With two weeks left until the US presidential election, Donald Trump has unleashed a last-minute advertising blitz. Will it be enough to win?
They take a lot more work to find, but for career advancement, there's no comparison.
No presenter's language at the ANA Masters of Marketing Conference was as disruptive as P&G's Marc Pritchard's, says the CEO of TBWA\Chiat\Day New York.
The Cultural Driver Award is also to recognize previously overlooked perspectives among awards show entries.
My leadership style has been shaped by my experiences, my personality and my purpose, writes Diageo North America's VP of corporate relations and constituent affairs.
Twitter chat about the results of our second annual survey begins at 11 a.m. on Wednesday.
At the 4A's Stratfest, the planning community fretted about the brave actions needed to regain influence with agencies and brands, writes J. Walter Thompson's global planning director.
"I'm there every hour that anyone is there," says the North America CEO of DDB Worldwide.
A new study from Weber Shandwick finds that most CMOs in five global markets believe artificial intelligence will surpass social media's influence in the industry.
The proliferation of in-house operations is gobbling up new business and drawing more talent client-side. What's behind the trend and how can agencies respond to the threat of being sidelined by advertisers, John Tylee asks.
Nintendo, Beats By Dre and NASA show off their tech
Nearly half of employees now suffer from low morale, and 63% of those workers are job hunting
What technology is driving change in the industry? We asked P&G, BBC and The Trade Desk to find out.