On Oct. 19, when Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump meet for the third and final presidential debate, rest assured that Clinton will verbally direct the millions of viewers to "go to HillaryClinton.com." She's done it during the first two debates, after all.
If you need a co-pilot for a cross-country drive or just someone to tell your problems to when a friend or psychiatrist is unavailable, Toyota now offers a robot to take care of your needs.
Chris Rock had stayed silent throughout the #OscarsSoWhite controversy, but the Academy Awards host wasted no time addressing the elephant in the room tonight.
GoDaddy has entered WPP's domain, tapping the holding company's MEC division for worldwide media chores. The move comes a month after the client hired Omnicom's TBWA\Chiat\Day for creative.
To help fuel expansion, Firehouse Subs has selected MARC USA for creative chores following a review led by consultancy Select Resources International.
Every year by mid-November retailers reveal—with ever-increasing pomp and circumstance—their holiday displays, hoping consumers will journey to the stores to see the windows in person. For thousands of families, going to see the windows is a tradition passed down from generation to generation.
After three years as executive creative director of Carmichael Lynch, Marty Senn has been named chief creative officer of the Minneapolis agency. He succeeds Dave Damman, who left the shop over the summer.
Technologists are holding court at South by Southwest this weekend on the so-called Internet of Things, a future reality where data will be gathered and used for everything from cars and lawn mowers to refrigerators and toothbrushes.
Gallup released a report yesterday called the State of the American Consumer that said 62 percent of U.S. consumers believe Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, etc. do not affect their purchase decisions.