In 2008, "People lost jobs and inflation was high." Now we have inflation, but "pretty low" unemployment and definite wage growth, says IRI's Krishnakumar.
Ready for the big switch? Instead of "It's Finger Lickin' Good," it's now "THAT'S Finger Lickin' Good."
A recent report by Kantar found a decline in humorous TV commercials.
Consider the subway ads for new film "The Northman," which sparked a Twitter guessing game.
Just in time for Netflix's announcement that it would be introducing a cheaper tier that serves ads.
Companies from Seventh Generation -- natch -- to Ikea and Toyota provide their own take on Earth Day.
Reactions to Netflix's announced plans to allow advertising on its platform range from "I don't think it's a good idea" to "It was inevitable."
For example, Jack in the Box is selling a Pineapple Express shake, named after the stoner movie, that will sell for $4.20.
Joining the loud chorus of big brands doing meta promos: McDonald's, Heineken, Louis Vuitton, Coca-Cola.
When I visit Amazon, I realize that the company knows me to a frightening extent.