Tech professionals were warned to stay away from "the Three Os: Orientals, Old People and Ovaries," alleges the suit.
BBDO NY features unlikely swimsuit models for the third year in a row
The short film from Wieden+Kennedy is part of the magazine's first branded campaign in 10 years, which also features Caitlyn Jenner, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Ta-Nehisi Coates.
Iris debuts its Participation Brand Index, which measures how advertisers harness their communities' power.
The adage "sex sells" isn't just for marketing lingerie; other brands drop some not-so-subtle hints
Yes, that's her real name, and no, she didn't change it for Shake Shack. But she did get that tattoo.
Passionate citizens are dialing Trump properties to voice their opinions. No, they won't give him your number.
The traditional Oreo-and-milk pairing gets a modern twist with help from the NBA star.
The Martin Agency condenses spots in third series to keep people watching online.
The first half of the film was received positively. The second, not so much.
Even with its hometown team in the game, Coke opts for the safety.
John Legere takes on Verizon and AT&T with Big Game films starring Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg.
Forrest Whitaker narrates a 60-second ad from Translation that acknowledges the political divide.
Social media users support the brand's employment ad about a Mexican family's journey to America.
The Super Bowl advertiser maximizes its ad buy with Facebook Live, proving people will watch just about anything.
The 30-second spot from Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners takes a backseat to the teaser.
The backlash on Twitter, YouTube and Facebook is fierce, but the brand is welcoming the chance to engage.
Celebrities' younger selves talk from grade-school yearbooks to promote the CR-V.
A Verizon customer fakes his own demise in Droga5's first work for the brand.
Aaron Eckhart, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Fan Bingbing star in the two-minute film from Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners.