Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney will be joined by State Street Global Advisors EVP and the statue's artist.
Ad agencies are "staring down the barrel" of outcome-related payments from clients in the future, creative leaders have been warned at Advertising Week Europe.
Group M has ended its legal dispute with Firm Decisions over the alleged "misuse" of confidential documents.
Just 12 percent of CTs think coworkers understand their job, and 3 in 4 expect to find a new gig this year.
Minneapolis-based space150 is using the technology to weed out applicants with questions like "How would a dog wear pants?"
When this senior marketing manager isn't binging on Netflix or keeping up with NPR's "On the Media," she's on Instagram searching for inspiration for her upcoming wedding.
New product, Collection, combines video with product links to drive conversions.
Women are more equal in the agency environment than they are within brands or tech companies, according to Campaign Asia-Pacific and Kantar's inaugural gender diversity study.
Three major US brands have joined the growing list of advertisers to pause advertising on YouTube following recent revelations that ads are being inadvertently placed with extremist content.
CBS has two more seasons of the blockbuster comedy, but is "Young Sheldon" its future?
Advertisers are missing a trick when it comes to the potential of search and need to better understand how their consumers behave, a senior Google executive has warned.
Pop-up stores can reflect deep integration with modern, high-tech marketing methods.
Spotify is urging brands to better capitalize on the emotional power of music in the moment.
In a push to grow its presence in the world's biggest market for international tourism, Airbnb has unveiled a new Chinese name, Aibingyi, designed to be easier for Chinese speakers to pronounce.
Facial reactions can identify the sales lift of an ad with 75% accuracy, a major study by the Mars company has found - offering hope that pre-testing can lead to the creation of more effective campaigns.
How the social media landscape would be impacted without the troubled platform.
Shopper marketing agency becomes the latest addition to the Havas Village stable.
Matt Brittin, EMEA chief of Google, has issued an apology to the advertising industry, for the problem of brands finding their ads placed next to controversial content on YouTube.
"We have chosen to hold them accountable and not pull out of either YouTube or Google search," said the CEO at Advertising Week Europe.
The high-profile CMO struck a balancing act during a tense Q&A at Advertising Week Europe.
Is the newest PepsiCo beverage a soda, water or a juice? The brand has good reasons for saying "it just iz."
Bryan Sato doesn't fan out often, but when he does, it's for vinyl dolls of pop-culture faves.
The roster includes creatives from more than two dozen agencies from around the world
The brands that spend the most aren't necessarily the ones that run the most ads, according to data from adtech firm TVTY.
The changes include an updated definition of PR, entry-form revisions and a new point system for the Network of the Year award.
The founder of Advertising Week Europe has warned that the festival could move from London to another city such as Paris or Amsterdam because of Brexit.
Several more major brands, including Vodafone, Sky and a trio of the UK's leading banks, have added their names to the list of those considering suspending their advertising on Google.
BarkBox, Dairy Queen, Krispy Kreme and Harvard University connected to users through holidays.
Home improvement store Leroy Merlin targets DIYers with improbably epic voyage
The action brought by Faith Brewitt in January claimed the Publicis PR agency had denied her the basic tools to perform her job.
Six months after admitting it had misstated viewership stats, the social network is touting its products with emotional films aimed at media buyers and the creative community.
The world's 6th-largest marketing-services network wants a guarantee that its ads will appear in a "safe, regulated" environment.
Faced with a mandated review, the independent agency has instead chosen to end the long-term relationship.
Jay Lauf is on a mission to prove that quality digital journalism can succeed with ads that are tolerable. He's also putting bots to work and hiring many more humans too.
M&C Saatchi, the ad agency group that worked on the ill-fated Remain campaign last year, has seen "no Brexit effect at all" on its UK business since the vote.
After a good year for the agency, the partner list swells to 14
Meet the junior art director who religiously updates her Spotify playlists and enjoys reading dystopian tech novels.
Burger King has been named the Cannes Lions Creative Marketer of the Year 2017.
The fast-food chain said it wasn't behind a tweet posted and pinned on Thursday morning mocking the president's "tiny hands."
Both companies are accused of having misled consumers through their marketing.
Havas Group chief executive Yannick Bolloré sat down with Campaign to give details of the company's new approach merging creative and media.
The national food chain encourages hoops fans to get off the couch.
Marketers and attendees mulled an often-spoken question: Where do we go from here?
IBM, Universal, Sony and Intel experiences were the most impressive, say festival attendees.
Hannah Grove discusses the reputation issues of banks, ESG concerns in Asia and the lasting impact of her company's "Fearless Girl" statue.
Accenture Interactive is in talks to set up in-house media trading desks for a number of clients as the consulting giant's digital arm threatens to move further onto the ad industry's turf.
Labour MP accused the social media giants of "commercial prostitution."
For months now, Ted Baker has been teasing its Instagram following with clips offering glimpses of a soap-opera style sitcom, "Keeping up with the Bakers."
Americans will spend $5.3 billion on green apparel, Guinness beer and more.
Branding cannabis: A woman-led SXSW panel digs into the emerging trends and potentials of the growing industry
Companies are reversing the "stoner" stereotype with sleek, sophisticated retail experiences.