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The social media company posted robust revenue and user growth in its latest quarter. It made it easier to buy ads and may have benefited from Facebook’s troubles.
Three were fired, and two others left in limbo, in a purge that targeted employees involved in coverage of Newsweek Media Group’s financial and legal troubles.
The choreographer of the N.F.L.’s “Dirty Dancing” ad talks about turning football players into hoofers.
The activists, carrying signs with messages like “Hire Brown Tinseltown,” were decrying the lack of Hispanic characters in Hollywood films.
Why is the tech industry populated with so many aggressive dudes and so few women? Emily Chang examined the issue in her book, “Brotopia,” and shared her findings with us.
The British firm Bell Pottinger, hired by three brothers now caught up in a nationwide corruption scandal, helped drive racial tensions to levels not felt since apartheid.
A Super Bowl ad by Ram had viewers openly wondering whether the company really used Dr. King’s words about the value of service to sell vehicles.
In an era of cord-cutting, the Super Bowl still provides marketers with a huge audience. This year’s ads may focus on humor and nostalgia, rather than politics.
Rising to a vice presidency at NBC in the early 1970s, Ms. Bolen energized the network’s daytime lineup.
With movie studios avoiding competition with the Super Bowl, the newcomer “Winchester” took in $9.3 million this weekend.
The actress’s 1981 death was recently reclassified. “She got in the water somehow, and I don’t think she got in the water by herself,” an investigator said.
A Google document captured a movement and changed the lives of more than 70 men in the media business whom it called out for behaviors ranging from aggressive flirting to rape.
Tanit Koch resigned after a power struggle with another of the publication’s executives, a male former war correspondent.
The Charleston Gazette-Mail has long had a reputation as a scrappy and tenacious local watchdog, but it isn’t immune to the pressures of the industry.
In the ’90s, the commercial became the show as infomercials ruled the night. Were we all just looking for televised Prozac?
As the two companies seek scale to compete in the age of streaming content, they have formed a committee to explore the possibility of a deal.
Citing a need for ‘a safe and inclusive environment,’ the agency behind a recent New York Times ad campaign severed ties with Ted Royer after an investigation.
In columns and books, Mr. von Hoffman examined American politics and culture from a left-wing perspective over five decades.
The Freedom of the Press Foundation will make copies of content from sites that it thinks are at risk of being defanged by wealthy buyers.
With his Yeezy Season 6 Kim-a-likes, the artist-designer adds a much-needed element to his style arsenal.