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Adidas Blends Surreal, Satisfying Art and ASMR in a 12-Hour Video Starring Its New Shoe

Adidas Originals has created a rather bizarre 12-hour YouTube video featuring its new ZX sneaker and describes the extremely long-form work as typical of the

What TikTok Thinks Brands Should—and Shouldn’t—Take Away From the Ocean Spray Phenomenon

Who knew that the combination of a person responding to car troubles by skateboarding to work, along with the beverage he consumed and the classic

What’s Next For the Clients That Fired The Richards Group?

The rapid exodus of clients from The Richards Group in recent days has created painful uncertainty about the agency's future and the fate of its

Telemundo Sets Social Initiatives for 2020 Billboard Latin Music Awards

The 2020 Billboard Latin Music Awards will air live on Telemundo Wednesday, Oct. 21, at 8 p.m. ET, and the Hispanic-focused media company has its

IPO Rumors: Is Wall Street Ready To Embrace Ad Tech (Again)?

Murmurs have circulated in recent weeks that several ad tech companies are preparing initial public offerings, contributing to the most robust IPO market in five

Starbucks Sets Diversity Benchmarks to Advance Social and Racial Equity

Starbucks, as part of its mission to advance social and racial equity, is aiming for 30% of corporate level employees and 40% of retail and

ThirdLove Creates TL Effect Program to Support Women Entrepreneurs of Color

Key Insights: ThirdLove judges chose the first recipient from a pool of 650 applicants. "For people who are saying there aren't women of color to

ABC Outdraws NBC in Thursday’s Dueling Presidential Town Halls

The ratings for Thursday's controversial presidential town hall faceoff between NBC and ABC are in, and ABC's Joe Biden broadcast was the ratings winner--even though

Twitter and Facebook’s Editorial Decisions Clash With Questionable New York Post Reporting

When the New York Post published a dubious report this week about corruption and the Biden family, it pushed Facebook and Twitter to make a

Entertainment Giant Peter Roth Sets Exit from Warner Bros. Television Group

Longtime Warner Bros. Television Group chairman Peter Roth will leave his role at the top of one of the most prolific television studios in the