If necessity is the mother of invention, it should come as no surprise that Latin America is a hot contender for the New Next as far as creativity is concerned.
The new government of the nation long known as Burma changed the country's name to Myanmar in 1989, following a military junta and the bloody massacre of pro-democracy demonstrators.
Mama nature sighed in relief when the Association of Travel Marketing Executives axed the print edition of its twice-yearly publication, Travel Marketing Decisions, which had gone out to 750 members and several hundred industry execs.
Gmail is crawling with spiders. And spiders freak me out. A friend of mine recently e-mailed me from the airport in Miami, where she was traveling to attend a wedding.
When Penthouse editor-in-chief Mark Healy first quit and was then ignominiously escorted from the building at One Penn Plaza in Manhattan this October, his departure raised a few eyebrows.
In an effort to separate Chevy from the crowd of advertisers at this year's World Series on Fox, the creative minds over at GM Planworks used, well - the crowd.
The law firm Foley Hoag wants its identity back, and it's loosening up to get it.
Stephen Colbert's name may not be appearing on the presidential ballot any time soon, but if book sales were votes he'd be a shoe-in.
When they said "green" we thought they meant trees, but NBC Universal's weeklong "Green is Universal" campaign brought in an extra $10 million from national advertisers.
While writers - including high-profile ones - walked picket lines as the strike against Hollywood studios continued, advertisers started to get concerned about how it might affect them.