Adweek 40 Years Bold

Q&A: Deloitte Digital’s Alicia Hatch on Finding the Right Role Models, and Becoming Your Own

"I tell those who are starting out to spend as much time looking for inspiration within them as they do around them."

Infographic: What (and Who) Influences Women to Consider New Products

Nielsen looked at how ads influence women to try new products in a disparate age of brand disloyalty.

The Happy Meal Ranks Among the Most Successful—and Copied—Ideas

McDonald's happy meal is an iconic lunch box that provides a special kids meal.

NBC’s Rashida Jones Has Been Producing News Since College

NBC News' svp Rashida Jones knew she wanted to be a writer in the third grade.

Ad Tech’s Response to Privacy Pushback and New Regulations Leans Toward a Post-Cookie World

Media trading is evolving toward a post-cookie world.

For Younger Creatives, Advertising’s Culture of Hero Worship Is Shifting

"They are no longer looking for gurus, and they are certainly not looking for rock stars."

Influencers Created a World Where Normal People With Large Followings Can Hold Sway

Holding influence is no longer just relegated to celebrities, which we can see in normal people serving as influencers.

The 1980s Saw Globalization, Agency Fragmentation and Some of the Best Ads Ever Made

Amidst the tumultuous 1980s, the ad industry did some of its best work ever, from Apple's "1984" to Nike's "Just do it."

Too Many Women Still Feel Vulnerable Working in Advertising

There’s far too much discrimination happening in the advertising industry, even 35 years later.

The 1990s Were a Revolutionary Decade That Forever Changed How We Watch TV

The '90s were a revolutionary decade for TV, with the Gulf War, Fox and HBO forever changing how, when and what we watch.