Eleven-year Fox News anchor and Miss America 1989 Gretchen Carlson is suing Roger Ailes, the co-founder and CEO of the top-ranked news network, for sexual harassment.
Agency executives and industry watchers remain divided about whether more ad industry whistleblowers will come forward in the wake of Erin Johnson's claims of sexism, racism and harassment by former J.
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.
A story of "betrayal" and "greed"—it's a story as old as apps themselves. And now a fraternity brother is claiming he was robbed of his stake in Yik Yak, a fast-growing app where college kids post anonymously.
Mobile-based car service Uber was accused of discriminating against blind customers in a complaint filed Tuesday in San Francisco federal court.
Jessie Nizewitz was prepared to bare it all for VH1's summer series Dating Naked. But the 28-year-old contestant from Long Island, N.Y., says she didn't realize that her most private parts, shot from an extremely unflattering position, would become part of an episode.
Chobani and its agency Droga5 are being sued by inspirational author Dov Seidman, who is claiming the yogurt infringed on his trademark while lifting core concepts from his 2011 book, "How: Why How We Do Anything Means Everything."
His tabloid name is the Baby-Faced Wolf of Wall Street, and now Facebook wants to paint him as the face of ad fraud.
Nestle’s Purina PetCare Company has filed a lawsuit against The Blue Buffalo Company, accusing Blue Buffalo of false advertising, commercial disparagement and unjust enrichment.
As if Vogue’s Kim Kardashian and Kanye West cover hasn’t already attracted enough attention, the Condé Nast fashion bible is now being sued over a