Memo to Johnson & Johnson: Suing the American Red Cross over the use of the small red-cross symbol might not be the best way to build your brand and curry […]
David Griner is a longtime writer and editor at Adweek.
David Griner is an Adweek editor and director of digital initiatives. He's been covering agencies, creativity, technology and marketing innovation for more than a decade and is host of Adweek's podcast, "Yeah, That's Probably an Ad."
[PHONE RINGS] Hello? Hello. We’re calling to let you know about a special offer on… Excuse me. But…are you a robot? …luxurious timeshares in… Because, I don't talk to robots. […]
There are few simple pleasures I miss more from California than stopping by In-N-Out Burger for a double-double with fries and a shake. The fries are fresh-cut, the employee uniform […]
How fitting that a guy no one’s heard of — Adrian Askarieh — is looking to produce a movie based on a cartoon that most people have forgotten. Yes, we’re […]
In my quest to ease tensions in the breast-versus-bottle wars, I believe I’ve found an answer. Surely we can all agree on one fact: This vintage Gerber ad is gross. […]
Having spent my entire life without breasts — no man boobs, even — I’ve never bothered to nurse an opinion on breastfeeding. Now that my close friends are breeding, I’ve […]
This Jeep spot by San Francisco agency Cutwater really makes you run the gamut of emotions. On the one hand, it’s always sad to see products digitally placed into historic […]
A new study says that preschoolers have been brainwashed by advertising to prefer the taste of food wrapped in McDonald’s packaging. Chicken nuggets, milk and even carrots tasted better to […]
With so many original hit shows on Showtime these days, it’s hard to remember the premium channel’s 1990s tagline, “Nothing but RoboCop and soft-core skin flicks.” OK, so maybe they […]
Say what you will about Barry Bonds, but there’s really only one asterisk that concerns me on a daily basis. It’s the one that hovers next to almost every price […]