This week, Mark Wahlberg and BBDO help AT&T pivot to entertainment, 84 Lumber follows up its Super Bowl ad with a mission to Mars and Intel CMO Steve Fund discusses Jim Parsons, Serena Williams and in-house agencies.
After landing an 8-figure deal, the actor plays the everyman in BBDO New York campaign.
After hijacking the Super Bowl with its border wall spot, the lumber brand is back with an "out of this world" message.
"If we think we can do it better, cheaper or faster internally, we will."
The highest paid female athlete in the world joins tech brand's growing roster of sports-star endorsers.
BBDO New York continues a long-running and popular campaign by bringing back Super Bowl ad star.
CP+B tickles more than fans' fancy with the silly-shaped sweet.
How one paint brand is trying to avoid the clutter of Pinterest and Instagram to reach frustrated DIY enthusiasts.
CMO Jill Gregory says the auto-racing association is "committed" to attracting younger fans through classroom programs like Acceleration Nation
Droga5 continues to feature star reporters in latest campaign.
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