Amid declining television ratings, Nielsen is reporting that more Americans are consuming TV shows online than through traditional channels.
After nearly 20 years on the bench, Nissan USA will run a 60-second spot during the 2015 Super Bowl. The Nashville-based company's last Super Bowl ad ran in 1997, but according to USA Today, the car maker is ready for a comeback.
As the American food industry continues to debate what a "natural" ingredient really is, General Mills Inc. agreed to drop the term from boxes of Nature Valley granola bars and other foods.
Urban Outfitters has suffered yet another disappointing financial season. The namesake brand reported its sales fell 7 percent in the third quarter.
While many U.S. companies avoid expansion into politically unstable locations, one American chain is flourishing in some of the world's most turbulent countries. Fatburger, a Los Angeles-based food franchise, has opened restaurants in 32 countries since 2007.
While battle-hardened shoppers steel themselves for the impending annual Black Friday madness, retailers may be ofering the best deals even earlier in the shopping season.
Aerie's bold decision to ditch Photoshop and other retouching tools in its lingerie ads may be paying off in more than just good karma and public approval.
Last week, Microsoft laid off most of its advertising sales force as part of 18,000 proposed job cuts announced by CEO Satya Nadella in July.
A Washington, D.C. nonprofit is making it easy for consumers to look up their favorite grocery item and immediately see a health score, tipping them off to concerns about nutrition, ingredients and processing.
As part of an unorthodox new recruiting strategy, retailers are tapping their social media followers for temporary employees as the holiday season approaches.