Fox Sports reporter and Dancing With the Stars host Erin Andrews was back on the stand Tuesday in her civil lawsuit against the owners of the Nashville Marriott hotel.
Adweek's new Facetime section pulls together pics from the hottest parties in the industry. Here's a look at last week's bashes in New York and beyond.
Oprah, Dr. Oz and the U.S. Army have joined forces to save medicine. Ok, not exactly. But the three parties are all involved in what entrepreneur Jeff Arnold believes will single-handedly change Americans’ health habits, improve doctor care and maybe even save millions of dollars.
She’s got a new movie opening next week, but it’s Oprah Winfrey’s latest magazine cover that’s getting all the buzz on social media.
Hearst Magazines is making a top-level change at O, The Oprah magazine, said to be one of its most profitable titles, replacing editor in chief Susan Casey with her No. 2, Lucy Kaylin.
For many folks last night, cheating meant a chocolate dessert after a high-calorie Valentine’s Day dinner with their sweet
Despite being portrayed by some as entitled and lazy, Gen Y really, really wants to make the world a better place. That’s the conclusion of the Intelligence Group, the research arm of Creative Artists Agency (CAA). It's especially evident when it comes to the brands and products they prefer.
Arianna Huffington and Oprah Winfrey are forging a new friendship, intended to share the talk show queen’s health-and-happiness mantra with the vast network of Huffington Post readers and bloggers.
The upfronts are supposed to be an opportunity for cable and broadcast networks—and now digital content providers—to unveil their slates of new programming before an audience of advertising executives, in a bid to impress said execs into turning their pockets inside out.