Target Takes Heat For Altered Pics Of Swimsuit ModelsTarget is taking heat for what some hope were merely photo editing mistakes on its website. The pictures showing a swimsuit for teens that the store has for sale appeared to have been crudely modified to alter the model's hips, arms and inner thighs.
Proposal Could Ban Junk Food, Soda Ads In SchoolsSchools across the country may soon see the end of ads for junk food and soda. At the White House Tuesday, First Lady Michelle Obama and the Agriculture Secretary rolled out a new proposal.
Cheerios' Super Bowl Ad Ranks Among Viewers' Top 10General Mills' Super Bowl commercial was ranked among audiences ten favorite ads from Sunday evening. The ad for Cheerios brought back the fictional interracial family who first appeared in a commercial last year.
Cheerios Brings Back Interracial Family For Super Bowl AdCheerios is bringing back an interracial family to star in its Super Bowl ad. They were featured in an ad last year that made headlines after it sparked ugly comments online. But the negative remarks were followed by an outpouring of support for the fictional family.
Uptown Apt. Advertises 'Tarts Welcome' In Unique CampaignThe apartment business in Uptown is getting competitive. One new building called Lime Apartments is trying a unique ad campaign to catch the attention of renters.
Good Question: Why Is The Postal Service Spending Money On Ads?Times are tough for the U.S. Postal Service.
Super Bowl Ads Of 2013If the players weren't quite battling it out during the Super Bowl, the ads certainly were.
Reality Check: $500M Already Spent On Political AdsThe 2012 Presidential campaign set a record this week, but it's one that calls for a Reality Check. The campaigns and their supporters have already spent as much money so far – it's only mid-August -- as they did for the entire 2008 campaign.
USA Today's Highest Rated Super Bowl AdsHere are the 20 highest-ranking Super Bowl ads, as measured on USA Today's Ad Meter.
Good Question: Why Are Super Bowl Ads Already Online?More than half of the advertisers have released videos either teasing Super Bowl ads, or the companies released the actual ads that will run during the game. So, doesn’t releasing the ads early spoil the surprise?