[Contact]

Daily breaking news

πŸ”’
❌ About FreshRSS
There are new available articles, click to refresh the page.
Before yesterdayYour RSS feeds

A Super Bowl Mermaid Ad and a Sexist Audition

By SAPNA MAHESHWARI

A December essay for Vice was titled “My Bikini Audition From Hell Shows How Little Hollywood Has Changed.” It turns out it was about a Super Bowl ad.

Gucci and Adidas Apologize and Drop Products Called Racist

By TIFFANY HSU and ELIZABETH PATON

Gucci removed a sweater that critics said evoked blackface imagery, while Adidas abandoned a white shoe it was marketing as part of a Black History Month tribute.

How Facebook’s Tiny China Sales Floor Helps Generate Big Ad Money

By PAUL MOZUR and LIN QIQING

In the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, Facebook, working with a local partner, has found a way to overcome China’s internet blocks to make ad dollars.

How Facebook’s Tiny China Sales Floor Helps Generate Big Ad Money

By PAUL MOZUR and LIN QIQING

In the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, Facebook, working with a local partner, has found a way to overcome China’s internet blocks to make ad dollars.

The New York Times Co. Reports $709 Million in Digital Revenue for 2018

By JACLYN PEISER

The company is near its goal of $800 million in digital revenue ahead of a 2020 target. Paying subscribers rose to 4.3 million, a record.

The New York Times Co. Reports $709 Million in Digital Revenue for 2018

By JACLYN PEISER

The company is nearing its goal of $800 million in digital revenue ahead of a 2020 target. Paying subscribers rose to 4.3 million, a record.

Alphabet Is in a Tumultuous Time, but the Business Keeps Booming

By DAISUKE WAKABAYASHI

Google’s parent company, fueled by searches on mobile devices and YouTube’s popularity, continues to have strong financial results.

Alphabet Is in a Tumultuous Time, but the Business Keeps Booming

By DAISUKE WAKABAYASHI

Google’s parent company, fueled by searches on mobile devices and YouTube’s popularity, continues to have strong financial results.

Bud Light Picks Fight With Corn Syrup in Super Bowl Ad

By DANIEL VICTOR and CHRISTINA CARON

Responding to the company’s boast that it doesn’t brew its beer using corn syrup, a prominent corn lobbyist shared a video of himself pouring Bud Light down the drain.

Bud Light Picks Fight With Corn Syrup in Super Bowl Ad

By DANIEL VICTOR and CHRISTINA CARON

Responding to the company’s boast that it doesn’t brew its beer using corn syrup, a prominent corn lobbyist shared a video of himself pouring Bud Light down the drain.

Super Bowl Commercials 2019: Brands Play It Safe and Look to the Future

By SAPNA MAHESHWARI

Brands are paying millions of dollars for the opportunity to make consumers laugh, cry and reach for their wallets.

❌