Two shareholder lawsuits citing the findings of the New York State attorney general's probe into research practices at Merrill Lynch Co. were filed Monday against the Wall Street firm and its former star analyst, Henry Blodget.
Oxygen, the cable television network for women that began with great fanfare two years ago, is barely being seen.
The new chairman of a prominent advertising trade group is calling for improving the value of the product that agencies sell.
FX has picked up its controversial cop series The Shield for another 13-episode season despite advertiser defections due to the show's hard-edged content.
The worst advertising slump in decades looked a little less bleak for newspaper publishers Journal Register, McClatchy Co., and Media General on Thursday, as lower costs and slightly better ad trends bolstered their first-quarter results.
Though direct-to-consumer advertising of prescription drugs has increased consumer awareness, few actually visited their doctors because of a promotion for a specific medication, according to preliminary findings from the Food and Drug Administration released today.
The Consumer Reports publisher launches a new service to rate sites and e-tailers' disclosure of privacy and advertising policies.
Modest growth in the online population results in 137 million connected U.S. adults, with women taking the majority.
Tiger Woods' third Masters victory was less compelling than his first two championships at Augusta National, at least in terms of television ratings.
Sen. John McCain, the ranking Republican on the Senate Commerce Committee, on Tuesday asked the investigative arm of Congress to review the reasons for rises in cable television rates, which rose 7.5 percent in the 12 months ended July 1.