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We Got Hasbro's Weird Robot Cat and Worked Up the Courage to Play With It

Could this be what you buy Grandma for Christmas?

Last week Hasbro announced the release of Joy For All, a new series of companion pets meant for elder care. The robotic cats have built-in sensors that respond to motion…

The 25 Funniest Brand Twitter Accounts You Should Be Following

For when you want a laugh and not a coupon

In 140 characters or less, brands on Twitter have given themselves a bad name. It's not exactly hard to understand why—from a series of Twitter missteps, to overused, lazy jokes…

Take a Video Tour of 72andSunny's Sprawling Space in Howard Hughes' Old Office

L.A. agency took over tycoon's aircraft HQ

When American business tycoon, inventor and filmmaker Howard Hughes headquartered Hughes Aircraft in Los Angeles' Playa Vista neighborhood, he probably couldn't have imagined that it would someday become home to…

Meet the Ridiculously Cute Pets That Come to Work at L.A.'s Canine-Crazy Ad Agencies

Going to the dogs

Striking that perfect work-life balance can be quite the challenge for those of us with little ones at home, their slobbery faces pressed up against the window, waiting for mom…

Could You Draw Brand Logos From Memory? We Asked People in Times Square to Give It a Shot

Survey says even Apple's mark can be a challenge

Many of the world's most recognizable brands have the world's most recognizable logos. And a successful visual identity of a brand can, even without showing the brand name, make consumers…

Here's What Young Influentials Think of the Next Generation and Why They're Optimistic

Standing on the shoulders of millennials

On a gorgeous fall New York evening on the rooftop of New York's Gansevoort Hotel, Adweek and partner PopSugar hosted a swanky party celebrating this year's Young Influentials. Between Adweek…

How Media Planning Is Evolving and Which Emojis Perfectly Capture the Industry’s Vibe

Once again, millennials shake up business as usual

Technology and creative thinking have conspired to thrust media planning from the shadows of the agency process into the limelight. Some of the coolest ideas and innovations are now possible…

How Bitters Became the New Craft Obsession (and How to Make 5 Delicious Cocktails With Them)

Inside mixology's hottest trend

Bitters are often described as being a bartender's spice rack, but they're one of the least understood ingredients behind the bar. Though their long history is rooted in herbal medicine,…

Celebrate 4/20 With Adweek's Trippy Supercut of Psychedelic Ads [Video]

All rolled up into a sensory spliff

For those of you who are celebrating what many consider to be cannabis' biggest holiday, we thought we'd try to accommodate your mind state. So, we cut together some of…

Maleficent Director Says Users Connect to Characters, Not Devices

PJ Pereira and director Robert Stromberg discuss the making of Intel’s What Lives Inside

As more brands turn to content to engage consumers, the line between traditional and branded forms of entertainment—articles, songs or even feature-length films—gets blurrier by the day. At the same…

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