• Richard Whitman Has Left The Building
    He's off for some R&R and will be back soon.
  • Richard Whitman Has Left The Building
    He's off for some R&R and will be back soon.
  • Maybe Breaking Up Big Tech Isn't Such A Bad Idea
    According to business professor-tech pundit Scott Galloway, history has shown that everyone benefits from such breakups. Except for CEOs.
  • Keith Weed Wants To Fix Advertising's Growing Trust Problem
    The former Unilever CMO has a plan, and he's going to brief U.S. industry trade groups tomorrow. Hopefully, it's not too late.
  • Deutsch On Trump: A Brilliant Marketer, At Least Up To Now
    The president may just have run out of Teflon, according to former ad man and current MSNBC correspondent Donny Deutsch, who chatted at Advertising Week about politics and branding with 'New Yorker' writer Ken Auletta.
  • MDC's Penn, McCann's Diamond Say Corporations Should Do More Comparative Advertising
    At an Advertising Week session, both agreed that money won't be an issue for either the Republicans or Democrats in the 2020 political races - there will be plenty to go around. Technology has been a leveler in that regard.
  • Holding Companies Bet Big On Data: Now Comes The Hard Part
    Forrester is reporting on the big data assets the ad-marketing holding companies have been acquiring and building over the past couple of years. But to remain relevant, they need to do more.
  • Former TMA CCO Alexander Sues DMA, 'Adweek' And Reporter Patrick Coffee
    The lawsuit comes nearly two years after Joe Alexander was terminated from The Martin Agency after being outed on the Diet Madison Avenue Instagram account as a sexual predator, charges he has denied.
  • 'Missing' In Action: Trump Wants To Meet Me For Breakfast
    Of course he does, I'm a player, right? He wants to hear my views on his 2020 strategy. I swear it's true. I have the email to prove it.
  • Ubisoft, Argo Unveil 'Explosive' Video Promoting Upcoming 'Breakpoint' Game
    If you are into videogames with lots of shooting, explosions and other assorted mayhem, you will love Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint from game marketer Ubisoft. The ad campaign promoting it is from Argo.
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