Old-fashioned ideals are damaging for men's well-being and society as a whole, which means marketers need to shift their focus.
The apparel company awarded the integrated account to ODD after a competitive pitch that involved three American agencies.
Other companies such as IBM also found themselves in the organization's crosshairs after their leaders joined President Trump's business advisory councils.
This associate creative director binge-watches miniseries and can be found humming "Despacito" throughout his work day.
Three years ago Procter & Gamble's Always started a movement with the "#LikeAGirl" campaign, which returns with a new ad tackling the fear of failure girls experience during puberty.
The TV brand's Facebook and Twitter accounts have been hacked in the latest cyber threat to the company.
Once the favourite of budget travellers crashing on strangers' sofas, Airbnb is continuing to take holiday-goers off the beaten track through four specially curated trips which journey from kinky bakeries to underground DJs.
US president Donald Trump has disbanded two corporate councils after even more executives left in a move to distance themselves from his handling of Charlottesville.
The travel brand CMO shares his best career advice and recalls the two women who gave him his biggest break.
The Stockholm-based agency has a long roster of clients including H&M, Spotify and Ikea.
Procter & Gamble has revived the campaign with a new spot tackling the lack of confidence during puberty.
The days of the Oxo family are long gone.
KFC's twerking chicken may not have been to everyone's taste, but now the fast-food chain is trying a new flavour by tapping into its Southern heritage.
The COO of audio post-production company Sound Lounge explains how to keep your viewers from clicking the "mute" or "skip" buttons.
It's the second time in three months that the company has had to disassociate its brand from extremist groups.
The fast food chain has expanded its relationship with the agency after awarding Leo Burnett its global sports sponsorship activity for the 2018 World Cup.
Chief executive Indra Nooyi has been targeted by a campaign calling for business leaders to disassociate themselves from the president.
A comedy director and a series of man-children help sports betting app Kwiff go up against competition in the crowded gambling industry.
Ikea has pop culture marketing down to a tee.
Adorably bad wisecracks get the stand-up treatment in campaign from Campbell Ewald.
Here's how to build true partnerships with clients, says PMG's founder.
Plustnet is following up its pre-roll campaign last year that poked fun at the situations viewers find themselves in when facing another ad.
Smartphone manufacturer OnePlus draws inspiration from predictable chainsaw horror movies for a spoof film that makes fun of people's obsession with taking good photos on their mobiles.
Nissan captures people's excitement and passion for football in its Sky Sports TV sponsorship campaign, which launched with the start of the Premier League season.
This high school graduate used her love of cheese pies and garlic sauce to gain admission into Yale University.
Spotify's global head of partner solutions believes that brands need to change their input in order to affect their output.
To build a strong core, a brand's highest priority should be instilling its employees with a larger sense of purpose, says Brand Union's senior manager of development.
This girl boss binges a Netflix show of the same name and follows a food-obsessed canine on Instagram.
NBC Sports' latest deal with Psyonix Rocket League is being heralded as innovative, but research shows that it's a conservative play.
Because no one wants to take on the industry giants, their attribution approaches go undisputed, says AppLift's Managing Director & CRO.
Saatchi & Saatchi's last major work for Toyota is a mobile app that threatens to embarrass teenagers into driving safely.
"Pitch Perfect" star Anna Camp and lifestyle bloggers helped the brand promote its new line of simpler recipes with this campaign.
Droga5 London's first campaign for Secret Escapes comprises three dramatic stories of people who faced unbelievable adversity before their holidays - from fighting a wolf to being captured by pirates.
Adidas Originals has reimagined the film that won the Grand Prix in Entertainment for Music at Cannes Lions this year.
From a stolen Audi to the Most Interesting party, Huge's global ECD prefers a brief no one knows what to do with.
Nike is celebrating Mo Farah's record-breaking running career - and unbeatable smile - as he steps onto the London Stadium track to compete in his final campaign for double gold.
George at Asda highlights small but significant challenges faced by children in its back to school campaign by Saatchi & Saatchi London.
It may be his birthday, but the firefighting ursine is always on the job, in new spots from the Ad Council by FCB West.
In a follow-up to last year's media report, the Association of National Advertisers details "dysfunction" and rigged bids.
At the Television Critics Association Press Tour, GLAAD brought together a panel of experts to discuss diversity on the small screen.
Royal Mail pushes its ID Fraud Centre, which tackles identity fraud, in a series of three films calling out unsafe online activity.
Sir Quentin Blake, best known for illustrating Roald Dahl's books, has published a new illustration for London mayor Sadiq Khan's "London is open" tourism campaign.
Since 2004, Haley had been CMO of CKE Restaurants, which owns Carl's Jr. and Hardee's.
The fashion and entertainment industries seem stubbornly and dangerously stuck in the past as they fall back on old stereotypes, says Truth Initiative's CEO.
The latest ad in Paddy Power's "You beauty!" campaign celebrates the commitment of a disabled football fan travelling to an away game.
Language-learning app Babbel is encouraging British travellers to brush up on their linguistic skills before going abroad so as not to miss out on opportunities.
The mattress company debuts Tomorrow Sleep with an anthem ad from MullenLowe.
Achieving the clear articulation of a simple purpose is anything but simple, says Mono's CMO.