It's been a week since news broke that Jared Fogle was caught up in a child-porn investigation and just days since BrandIndex's semiannual survey of America's best-perceived brands revealed that Subway is among America's fa
The true scope of a massive hacking attack against Sony Pictures remains unknown, but one thing is clear: Each new revelation seems to dig the studio only deeper into a public relations sinkhole.
The International Women's Media Foundation (IWMF) has joined a growing boycott of the Beverly Hills Hotel, pulling its Courage in Journalism Awards ceremony from the venue.
Has Samsung gone selfie crazy? The smartphone maker behind the Oscar selfie tweeted 'round the world has now brought President Barack Obama unwittingly into its marketing act.
Twitter stole the Oscars last night, reaching new milestones and just dominating the conversation. It’s not a stretch to say Twitter outshined the actual show. Ellen Degeneres’ selfie with the stars was the most retweeted post of all time. Here’s what else happened on Twitter and at the Academy Awards:
Brad Pitt recently turned 50, so a Belgian nonprofit called Stop Darmkanker, dedicated to ending colon cancer, sent the star a public letter highlighting his greater risk for the disease.
Let’s officially call 2012 the Year of the Imagesphere. To review: Facebook says its users upload more than 300 million photos per day (up from 31 million in 2009). To support this massive interest in photo sharing, the company acquired Instagram in April for $1 billion.
ABC may have played it safe with its telecast of the 84th Academy Awards, but Sunday’s rather toothless affair appears to have paid off in the ratings.According to preliminary Nielsen data, ABC’s Oscars presentation averaged 39.3 million total viewers, marking a 4 percent improvement from last year’s 37.9 million.
Guess what? Even when an A-list celebrity supposedly shows up "au natural" for an ad campaign, he or she may still be wearing heavy makeup. Shocker!
Here's the first Louis Vuitton ad with Angelina Jolie, photographed by Annie Leibovitz in Cambodia's Siem Reap province, where the actress filmed Lara Croft: Tomb Raider in 2000 and got the urge to pursue humanitarian activism. Women's Wear Daily got the exclusive on the image and the interview with Vuitton evp Pietro Beccari.