"Bias is in the air you breathe," according to a new book. So how can the ad biz fight against it?
I'm in search of my new content happy place, where I can stream and binge in a gentler, kinder, more carefree fictional universe. So why not start with "Divorce"?
He loved the chase. He loved the adulation of the crowds. He did it on a fluke. He never thought he'd win.
Let's face it: The year hasn't been great for men or women, in politics or advertising. Throughout this election period, we've seen the return of time-worn gender stereotypes and divides as we attempt to lift the lid on old bro-dom, which is a stubborn institution. It awakens fury on both sides.