The social media masses - or at least a vocal slice of them crying "fowl" -appear to have gained a victory against the forces of corporate bean-counting this week. Burger King brought back Chicken Fries Monday, at least for a while in selected locations, in response to ongoing pressure from, as the company puts it in a press release, "an overwhelming number of enthusiastic tweets, Change.org petitions, dedicated Tumblr and Facebook pages and phone calls from devoted fans." ...
In addition to returning as sponsor of the Media Center for the week leading up to Sunday's show, Infiniti will field an Infiniti Performance ... Read the whole story
For the rankings, Market Force asked participants to rate their satisfaction with their most recent casual-dining experience and their likelihood to refer that restaurant ... Read the whole story
Newcastle Brown Ale is celebrating bartenders in a unique promotion enlisting the band Grouplove and the U.S. Bartender's Guild. The beer brand created a ... Read the whole story
Coming off the hugely popular World Cup this summer, NBC Sports is hoping to grow football-fever into a new national pastime for its Barclays ... Read the whole story
The sponsorship kicks off with a global campaign featuring some new Nissan ambassadors: UEFA Champions League winners Andrs Iniesta and Paris Saint-Germain, and Brazil ... Read the whole story
The future of advertising is going to be to make ads short, funny, visual, authentic to attract Millennials. By definition: pictures. Why is Pinterest ... Read the whole story