Kathryn Lundstrom

Kathryn Lundstrom

Kathryn Lundstrom is a reporter covering breaking news. Before joining Adweek, she wrote about politics for The Daily DONUT, analyzed policy at the Texas Capitol, worked as a fellow for The Texas Tribune and checked facts at Sports Illustrated. She holds an M.A. in journalism and a master of global policy studies from the University of Texas at Austin and got her B.A. in international studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Originally from Minnesota, she’s lived in Austin, Texas, for five years and still hasn’t met McConaughey.

Burger King’s Whoppertunity; Hulu’s Binge Ads: Friday’s First Things First

Plus, behind Aerie's struggles.

Bonobos Founder Andy Dunn Is Leaving Walmart in Early 2020

Dunn announced the move in a "love letter" to the retailer posted on LinkedIn.

JPMorgan Chase Promotes CMO Kristin Lemkau to CEO of New Division

Kristin Lemkau will lead a new U.S. wealth management division with around $400 billion in assets as JPMorgan Chase's new CEO.

You Could Live Like a Burger King in a BK-Themed Apartment in Belgium

Have you ever dreamt of living above a Burger King? Sleeping in a giant Whopper bed? Is your name Whopper? Then you just might be in luck!

Rick and Morty Will Make Their First Super Bowl Splash in Pringles Ad

The show's creators wrote the spot, which will continue to center on Pringles 'flavor stacking.'

Now There’s a Popeyes Christmas Sweater to Match Your Chicken Sandwich

Show where you stand in the Great Chicken Sandwich Twitter War of 2019: Are you #TeamChickfilA or #TeamPopeyes?

Verizon Media Is Reportedly Laying Off More Than 100 Employees

It’s unclear where exactly those cuts are going to come from, but Verizon owns brands like Yahoo, HuffPost, TechCrunch, Autoblog and Makers.

PepsiCo’s Roberto Rios Moves to Newly Created CMO Role at Schwan’s

Rios brings 25 years of industry marketing experience to Schwan’s, which sold an 80% stake last year to CJ CheilJedang.

The Best TV Shows of 2019; Is Hero Worship in Advertising Dead?: Tuesday’s First Things First

Plus: Walmart yanks cocaine Santa sweaters.

Walmart Pulls Cocaine-Themed Third-Party Holiday Sweaters From Its Canadian Site

The sweater featured Santa sitting down to three lines of cocaine, sold by Minnesota-based third party vendor Fun Wear.