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Burger King Gently Mocks Hungry Drive-Thru Customers Who Can’t Wait Until They’re Home

Have you ever been to a drive-thru and not reached into the bag for a few hot fries before you've even left the parking lot?

Ben & Jerry’s and Vox Are Launching a Podcast Exploring America’s Racist History

Ben & Jerry's has partnered with Vox to create a podcast that will examine America's history of systematic racism- and how the injustices of slavery

Why Walmart+ Is Kind of a Letdown

Key Insights: Walmart+ appears to be a defensive move to retain shoppers, not lure Amazon customers. Analysts say Walmart+ perks such as free shipping with

3 Burning Questions (and Answers) About Indie Agencies

During Adweek's Breaking the Mold: Creating Long-Term Success for Independent Agencies Live Virtual Summit today, Adweek senior editor, agencies, Doug Zanger, and agencies reporter Minda

Digital Marketing Director Sues MuteSix, Alleging Gender and Racial Discrimination

A former employee of MuteSix, a DTC-specialized agency acquired by Dentsu Aegis Network in 2019, is suing the agency, alleging racial and gender discrimination as

This New Awards Show Is Exclusively Honoring Side Projects

If you have a quarantine side hustle that you're particularly proud of, you just might be in luck: A new awards program opening submissions this

Meet the Major Players in Google’s Antitrust Battle

Google is playing a waiting game this summer. For months, the Menlo Park, Calif.-based tech giant has been anticipating dueling lawsuits--one from the U.S. Department

Adweek Acquires Target Marketing and Publishing Executive

Adweek has acquired three market-leading properties expanding its reach into the performance marketing space. Included in the acquisition from NAPCO Media are Target Marketing and

Microsoft Announces Tool to Help News Orgs Detect Deepfakes Ahead of the Election

As the United States heads into a presidential election at a time when it's harder than ever to root out fake news online, Microsoft is

Netflix Makes Some Popular Shows and Movies Free to Woo New Customers

Key Insight: The promotional tool comes after two months of higher-than-expected subscriber growth for the streamer. Netflix has been testing out a new free sample