Wieden + Kennedy Leads COMvergence’s 2019 U.S. Creative New Business Barometer

Independent agencies won 41% of the U.S. creative accounts up for review in 2019.

Why Secondhand Clothes Are Taking Over the Closets of Every Generation

A new study from Poshmark shows the future of retail is social.

Infographic: How Nascar Is Driving Efforts to Become More Diverse

Nascar is trying to be more diverse at all levels, and it's seeing more female fans and women in the C-suite.

These Are the Brands Gen Z and Millennials Hold Near and Dear

A recent study from agency MBLM examined brands based on emotion and found that Gen Z has a strong tie with Xbox, while millennials have strong ties with PlayStation.

Pier 1 Imports Files for Bankruptcy, Will Pursue Sale of Company

Pier 1 Imports expects that the deadline for bids to purchase the company will be on or around March 23.

Direct-to-Consumer Brands Had a Bad Week, but It’s Not All Doom and Gloom for the Industry

The news has been harsh for the DTC industry this week, but it won’t affect most brands.

What to Expect From Omnicom and IPG’s Annual Earnings Reports

Forrester Research principal analyst Jay Pattisall looks at the holding companies' performance and prospects.

Infographic: It’s Not Just About Material Gifts on Valentine’s Day Anymore

More people are buying experiences for loved ones in the lead-up to Valentine's Day.

Macy’s Move to Close Stores May Be Necessary, but It’s Not a Quick Fix

Macy’s plans to mothball 125 locations over the next three years and cut 2,000 jobs to save money.

Despite Negative Organic Growth, Some Bright Spots for Publicis Groupe in 2019

CEO Arthur Sadoun discusses the company's annual report and the cost of transitioning its business model.