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JUST IN | After swift criticism from networks and advertisers, Nielsen will release national out-of-home viewing data this fall after all.

Once screenshots of Shein's swastika pendant started making their way around Twitter and Instagram, the backlash was swift, with people calling for boycotts of the brand. Shein pulled the product quickly after the social media chatter started.

Starburst is promoting its new rope candy with a vertical ad that cleverly plays with the format.

Amazon said Friday it would not change company policy, and employees can still have TikTok on their phones. The company said it erroneously sent an email to employees earlier in the day instructing them to delete the app, citing “security risks.”

Sleeping Giants co-founder Nandini Jammi announced in a Medium post that she’s leaving the organization, alleging that co-founder Matt Rivitz denied her credit for the role, repeatedly sidelining her and refusing to fully acknowledge her contributions.

Amazon sent a letter to its third-party sellers on July 8, giving them 48 hours to remove flagged products.

In a new campaign by McCann, Annovera birth control challenges the phrase "the V-word," a shorthand for "vagina" that makes the female reproductive system sound embarrassing, shameful or obscene.

The House Judiciary Committee has confirmed that the CEOs of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google will go before its antitrust subcommittee later this month, as governments across the globe continue to put regulatory pressure on Big Tech.

Opinion | Make sure you follow the rules—whether they relate to social distancing and masks, or third-party rights and advertising laws—as they are all extremely important.

In a series of @Tampax  ads that feel more like comedy sketches, @amyschumer  confronts misconceptions about menstruation with those around her, whether it’s in a drugstore, public restroom, doctor’s office or shopping mall.

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JUST IN | After 131 years, PepsiCo is retiring the controversial brand name and mascot, Aunt Jemima, acknowledging that the brand is based on a racial stereotype.

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Canadian eatery puts tiny chairs around the little ‘table’ that comes inside pizza boxes:

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K-pop superstars Blackpink appear alongside a litany of other creators in the 60-second spot.

Learn about Aunt Jemima's origins, along with the origins of other mascots that leverage Jim Crow-era stereotypes—plus the 1857 Supreme Court decision that led to more caricatures of African Americans in popular culture.

Ikea wants you to pee on this ad and if you’re pregnant, it'll give you a discount on a crib

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Training millennials in the workplace? Teach them the same way you reach them:

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YouTube crowns its ad of the decade.

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Fun fact: Andy Warhol actually asked for a McDonald's burger when he recorded this scene in 1981, but the crew didn't have any. They offered to run to McD's, but he said, "Never mind, I will take the Burger King.” How different things could have been! #EatLikeAndy 

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JUST IN | Marketing powerhouse Bozoma Saint John is joining the streaming giant Netflix as chief marketing officer.

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