SXSW Interactive took place in Austin, drawing attendees from all industries to celebrate innovation and technology, while magazine parties and charity galas commenced in New York and LA.
Here’s a Super Bowl brief most agencies haven’t encountered and one that has nothing to do with a 30-second spot. The mission: convincing NFL owners to choose a host city with a stadium that’s still under construction and in a region having next to no experience with the biggest sports event of the year.
YouTube's "brandcast" event (please don't call it a NewFront) started off with a bang and ended with vp, global head of content Robert Kyncl pledging some $200 million in marketing dollars on YouTube and Google's Display Network to support its 100 new professionally produced channels.
WASHINGTON—Google chairman Eric Schmidt may never list Wednesday as one of the favorite days of his life, but, really, it could have been much worse. Yes, he had to face more than an hour and a half of questioning by members of the Senate Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy, and Consumer Rights, but he ultimately got off easy.
Eric Schmidt, Google's executive chairman and former CEO, offered his thoughts Thursday on why Apple has seen such tremendous success over the past decade, especially in comparison to competitor Microsoft.
In a Thursday night talk at the Allen & Company media conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt discussed some of the issues that the web giant is currently facing, including the launch of Google+, his desire for cooperation with fe
Lady Gaga has already partnered with Zynga, crashed Amazon with record album sales, sold designer clothing on Gilt, and now, she’s getting in on the ground floor of a new tech startup.
In a keynote interview at AllThingsDigital’s D9 conference on Tuesday, Google CEO Eric Schmidt admitted that his biggest failure as the company's he