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Company cites mounting losses and is likely to halt new hires and employee bonuses.
And it's about so much more than the obvious: 6 realities we must address
Campaign from Wieden+Kennedy uses the plainest words possible to push importance of social distancing.
See what execs from AT&T, P&G, Mondelez, Diageo, Havas, WPP and more have to say.
The pilot program will offer free rides to caretakers of homebound older adults.
"If you think about it, this is $33 that you would normally spend every week anyway."
Adland is taking some blows right now, but the industry is putting up a good fight.
'Relationships have been deepened and strengthened.'
It is being replaced by the Virtual Tip Jar -- just one of the brand's positive drives to aid those hurt by the disruption.
The campaign is running in the U.S., Canada, U.K., EMEA, Japan, and several other countries.
There is one ray of hope within this disturbing irony, the power of us.
The pitch competition focuses on women entrepreneurs who value community.
72andSunny worked with the league, players and team owners to create video of more than 50 athletes.
While the coronavirus will leave the advertising industry with a bloody nose, it is not expected to deliver a knockout punch.
The pitch over the last six months included several holding companies, Campaign US has learned.
The company's products are around us all, but how many have heard of it?
The report finds that a lack of trust in government is a global issue.
Lend a Hand pairs those unable to get things done with someone nearby who can.
This week's account of wins and losses, lay-offs and hires.
CEO Michael Roth underscored IPG's long track record of navigating successfully through uncertain economic periods.
Choose your character: Old world traditionalism or uncharted bravery.
Let all brands join the fight
Liquor stores and cannabis dispensaries are on "essential business" lists in California and other states.
The platform has promised to match donations for vetted organizations up to $10 million.
"On its face, there are no direct substitutes for the Olympics; however..."
The action moves to social media as chefs, magicians and Chippendales dancers do acts for fans at home.
The spot is the first work from Zimmerman's new creative chief Wade Alger.
The effort looks to foster connection and support artists during these uncertain times.
The campaign was done in partnership with more than a dozen government agencies, digital, and tech platforms including Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google.
Furlough programs are just one of numerous ways independents are safeguarding themselves in the coronavirus crisis.
My tips for working parents? Don't forget to charge the iPad batteries every. single. night.
"In this case, the meek shall not inherit the earth."
It's a dark time for sports fans, but that tenaciousness is what sports are about.
We chat to the Initiative star about rising to the top