• FTC Reaches Record Deceptive Ads Settlement With University Of Phoenix
    The University of Phoenix will forgive $141 million in student debt and refund an additional $50 million to students.
  • Nike Employees Protest Its Treatment Of Women As Salazar Building Reopens
    Several female athletes have accused Alberto Salazar, who ran the defunct Nike Oregon Project, of body shaming and fostering an abusive training system.
  • AGs' Challenge To T-Mobile, Sprint Gets Underway In Federal Court
    The challenge from state AGs comes after the merger had already been approved by the DOJ and FCC.
  • Kirby Will Captain United Airlines When Munoz Departs In May
    Munoz is best known for being the face of the airline when a passenger was dragged off an overbooked flight in April 2017.
  • Sony Signs Deal To Peddle Beatles' Merchandise, Starting With NYC Pop-Up
    The pop-up shop will be open Dec. 11 through Dec. 22 at a yet-to-be revealed location.
  • Peloton Rides Out A Tweetstorm Of Negative Reactions To TV Spot
    But has the brand weaponized its lack of awareness into a marketing tool, for the kind of publicity money can't buy?
  • Hostess Acquires 'Challenger Brand' Voortman Cookies For $320M
    Acquisition of the Canadian brand, whose products are positioned as "better for you," will allow Hostess to compete in the $8.4 billion cookie category.
  • American Express Credits Small Business Saturday With Record Sales
    Sales hit a record $3.6 billion by shoppers purportedly buying from small businesses on Saturday, according to data from Adobe Analytics.