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Papa John’s Founder Allegedly Uses N-Word in an Exercise to Prevent PR Snafus

The Papa John's public relations team has probably glued their palms to their faces at this point. According to Forbes, founder and former CEO John Schnatter was today accused of using the N-word and...

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The First Batch of Facebook-Funded News Shows for Watch Is Debuting Monday

Facebook announced last month that it was funding an initiative to create news shows from 10 to 12 U.S. publishers for its Facebook Watch video platform, and the first slate of those shows will begin...

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Wine Line Inspired by The Handmaid’s Tale Goes as Poorly as You Might Expect

There are bad branding ideas, and then there's the Handmaid's Tale-inspired wine line that Lot18 and the show's producer MGM partnered on--and quickly canceled after thunderous social media backlash....

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This Retailer Is Betting Big on Made-to-Order Brands, and It’s Opening 15...

In an era when fast fashion is constantly bemoaned and traditional retailers like Sears continue to struggle, Consortium is stepping in to offer consumers a different option. Enter made-to-order brands...

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From Solemn and Lovely to Silly and Hilarious, Here Are the 5 Ads Up for an...

While certainly best known as a celebration of television's biggest hits and stars, the Emmy Awards also bestow a trophy to one advertisement each year. So among this morning's slew of Emmy nominations...

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Can a Little Spike Lee (and a Lot of Brooklyn) Save Uber From Its Troubled...

It's a few minutes before the house lights come down at the Brooklyn Academy of Music for the premiere of Spike Lee's new "joint," Da Republic of Brooklyn. Standing off to the side--largely...

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Aerie Continues Its ‘Real’ Streak, Casting Models With Illnesses and...

Aerie's imagery just keeps getting more and more real. The lingerie retailer has been receiving kudos on social media this week for its latest round of images, which feature women with various medical...

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Bustle Founder Wins Out in Bid for Gawker

A holding company owned and managed by Bryan Goldberg, the founder of Bleacher Report and Bustle, won a bankruptcy auction for Gawker.com and its assets. The successful bid was reportedly up to $1.5...

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Netflix Is Already This Year’s Big Emmy Winner, and What Else We Learned From...

Game of Thrones, Saturday Night Live and Westworld topped this morning's Emmy nominations tally, but that barely scratches the surface when it comes to analyzing this year's crop of TV nominees. From...

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This Year’s 5 Most Outrageous Emmy Omissions

There was a lot to love about this year's Emmy nominations, including a strong showing from this year's sophomore class--but as usual, voters made some egregious oversights when filling out their...

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Facebook’s Fifth Annual Diversity Report Followed the Pattern of Slow Progress

Facebook's fifth annual diversity report, released Thursday, followed the same pattern as the company's four previous diversity reports: progress, but at a slow pace. Highlights from this year's report...

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SapientRazorfish Lays Off 100 in U.S. as Publicis Prepares to Retire the...

SapientRazorfish, the "digital transformation agency" created by the union of SapientNitro and Razorfish, went through a large-scale U.S. restructuring this week. Sources who spoke to Adweek on...

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Omnicom Launches Marketing and Insights Platform to Track Consumers Across...

Today, Omnicom Media Group unveiled a new "people-based precision marketing and insights platform" called Omni that's designed to deliver a single view of the consumer, which can then be tracked and...

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Just When You Thought the AT&T-Time Warner Saga Was Over, the DOJ Is...

One month after a federal judge approved AT&T's merger with Time Warner, ruling that the Justice Department's antitrust suit had failed to make its case against the merger, the DOJ has decided that...

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The Martin Agency Creates Talent and Culture Unit Led by Former Obama...

IPG's The Martin Agency has created a new Talent and Culture department aimed at driving change and progress among its staff seven months after the ouster of longtime chief creative officer Joe...

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Sarah Palin and Roy Moore Are Unwittingly Doing a Masterful Job Marketing...

Showtime has two politicians to thank for spearheading what has become a huge marketing campaign for its new satirical show Who Is America? The series, hosted by Sacha Baron Cohen, will apparently...

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Think Print Is Dying? Just Look to Vinyl for Evidence to the Contrary

They say print is dead. They gave their eulogies and laid it to rest. But I wouldn't say my goodbyes so soon. Consider vinyl. Records were supposed to die at least three deaths: at the hands of the...

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4 Reasons Why Animation Studios Are Flourishing While Live Action Video...

These days, it seems like most studios are going in and out of business as quickly as NYC restaurants. It's no secret that work is slow as brands begin to tighten spending by taking work in-house or...

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Kids Won’t Eat Veggies? Bribe Them Shamelessly With Ore-Ida’s ‘Potato Pay’

Parents are constantly torn between two contradictory principles--standing firm and picking your battles. And for those with picky eaters, dinner time is often when these maxims come to a head. But...

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Build-A-Bear Tries to Bounce Back From Its ‘Pay Your Age’ Fiasco

It started out innocently enough, as such things often do. Build-A-Bear Workshop declared Thursday "Pay Your Age Day," meaning customers could come in and build a bear at its workshops across the U.S.,...

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