How the Red Solo Cup Became the Drinking Vessel of Choice for Partygoers
'[The red Solo cup] works without any sophisticated marketing. You don’t need sexy packaging—it just is what it is. It’s classic.'
This Creative Agency Is Trying to Brand the Anti-Trump Movement
Circus Maximus is a ringmaster of resistance, using its branding efforts to showcase how it can implement new ideas.
Infographic: How Ads, Packaging and Smartphones Affect What Shoppers Buy at the Supermarket
A new survey from Food Network Magazine helps brand marketers decode the path to purchase.
Bloomberg Live’s New Global Chief Is Betting Big on Events
Global head Stephen Colvin wants to take the brand's franchise conferences around the world.
From Monopoly to Exploding Kittens, Board Games Are Making a Comeback
Board games are experiencing a surge in popularity with families and millennials.
5 Reasons Brands Could Be the Next Victims of Fake News
Marketers and publishers need to shed their respective click fetish and make social platforms more trusted havens for consumers and audiences.
A Rumored Union Between Oracle and Accenture Leaves Analysts Skeptical and Marketers Curious
Can cloud computing and management consultancies ever be compatible? A merger would dramatically shake up the marketing ecosystem.
Will Snapchat’s Data Play Help Fend Off Competition From Facebook and Instagram?
The app is improving targeting for its app-install ads to battle incursions from Facebook and Instagram.
These 15 Political Power Players in Media Are Keeping It Real in the Age of Fake News
Tucker Carlson, Maggie Haberman and others in the media are breaking news and staying at the top of their game despite being constantly derided.
Can CNN’s Van Jones Bridge America’s Rancorous Divide and Spark a Productive Political Conversation?
Yale Law graduate, longtime activist and The Messy Truth host discusses how the media is faring in tumultuous times.