Anna Rohleder


Budweiser Insists Its Clydesdales Aren’t Going Anywhere

No, Budweiser is not putting its Clydesdales out to pasture.

Heineken Is Cannes’ Marketer of the Year

The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity will honor Heineken its Creative Marketer of the Year at the festival in June.

Music Giant Sony Questions the Value of ‘Freemium’ Music Streaming

Soon everyone may have to pay to stream music.In the wake of Taylor Swift’s recent decision to yank all of her songs from Spotify, Kevin Kelleher, the chief financial officer of Sony Music Entertainment, has cast doubt on the conventional wisdom of “freemium” services as an online business model.

The U.S. Justice Department Wants to Strike Down a Major Movie Advertising Merger

If this were a preshow at the movies, it would be time to get more popcorn.

SheTaxis App Lets Women Hail Female Drivers

The latest entrant in the increasingly contested taxi and ride-share space is going niche.

Science and Tech Publisher Purch Bolsters E-Commerce

From Star Trek bathrobes to home planetarium gear, online publisher Purch has expanded the e-commerce offerings on two of​ ​its most popular websites—Space.com and Live Science—with more stores in the works for most of its sites.

Oscar Winner Angus Wall Teams With Enso in Clever Back-to-School Effort

Khan Academy wants to school you—and, for the first time, it's going beyond YouTube tutorials to do it.

Facebook Tests ‘Satire’ Tag to Help Users Identify Fake News

Facebook wants to make sure its users are not only well-informed but feel smart, too.

Where Will Gawker Draw the Line in Online Debate?

Update: Jezebel wrote on its website that because of its complaints, Gawker Media has disabled media uploads in comments and removed offensive post.

Microsoft Reports $400 Million Loss on Xbox One

Xbox One might not be the juggernaut gaming console that Microsoft hoped it would be.