Tonya Garcia


Just How Many People Changed Their Facebook Pics In Honor of the SCOTUS Decision?

A lot.

Olive Oil Companies Face Lawsuits Over Labels

The same labels that have prompted the lawsuits are being used as a defense.

Suspension Was the Only Option for PBS in ‘Finding Your Roots’ Controversy

Its integrity was on the line.

The Met Museum Has Gone Digital, Creating A Brand New Experience

The key to taking an IRL experience digital is to do something very different.

Whole Foods Earns ‘Whole Paycheck’ Nickname With Mislabeling Investigation

They weren't the only ones, but perhaps the most notable.

Twinkies Wants a Buyer to Believe They’re Kind Of Healthy

They have a study to prove it.

Experts: Marketing Is Boosting Corona Sales Even Though No One Likes The Taste

Lots of people will buy into your message of kicking back with a cold one, even if the beer is mediocre.

3 Reasons Why Taylor Swift’s Tumblr Letter To Apple Was So Effective

Anyone looking to be persuasive can learn a lesson or two.

The U.S. Crushed a Ton Of Ivory In Times Square

The goal is to raise awareness of elephant poaching.

FedEx Breaks LGPA Trophy In Pieces, Helps With Replacement

Crisis averted!