Day: October 4, 2021

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Case of the Mondays: Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Other Apps Down for 6+ Hours

Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and other properties both public and internal were nonexistent for the bulk of Monday, with Downdetector initially reporting the outages at 11:40

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‘Great at a Lot of Things’: The Secret to Wegmans’ Success

Oct. 27, 2019, was a rainy Thursday in Brooklyn. Despite the chill and gloom, however, crowds began assembling before daybreak. Some had risen at 5:30

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Inside the Suddenly Cutthroat Business of Holiday Hires

Historically, fall is when retailers begin staffing up to ensure they can serve the shoppers who will flood in at the stroke of midnight on

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How Tweens Are Helping Menstruation Brands Break Down Stigmas Around Periods

There's a dichotomy in the feelings tweens have about menstruating. On one hand, many menstruators have no idea what's happening to their bodies. Dana Roberts,

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This Creative Pops the Hype Bubble to Make Brands Relatable

Starting an agency right before the onset of a pandemic triggered some soul-searching for Ravi Amaratunga Hitchcock. "It's existential every day," he said. "What is

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Aviation Gin Takes on National Vodka Day With Ryan Reynolds-Voiced Ad

Ryan Reynolds' voice has been a bigger boon to brand awareness than his actual face recently. So he does the talking while comedian Yakov Smirnoff

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Twitter Takes the Wraps Off Twitter for Professionals

Twitter unveiled Twitter for Professionals, calling it a single destination for businesses, creators, developers and publishers across all industries to showcase their content, products and

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Reddit Lets Community Moderators Enable Comments, Votes on Older Posts

Reddit is introducing a way for community moderators to allow Redditors to comment on older posts. The platform explained in a blog post that posts

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Clubhouse, DoubleVerify, Vimeo Join EC Code of Practice on Disinformation

Social audio application Clubhouse and ad verification platform DoubleVerify were among eight new companies to sign on to the Code of Practice on Disinformation from

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Apple Fans Got a Sneak Peek at New Features, Then Got a Surprise

Two decades ago, Apple launched a series of quirky and memorable ads about "Switchers," aimed at getting PC loyalists to try a Mac desktop. You