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Big advertisers, influencers, and business executives give their views on good corporate citizenship
Benetton criticised for using pictures of migrants in adverts
After touring the host country's match cities the World Cup is now under lock and key awaiting to see who will be the next to lift it in triumph.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan wants to help tackle child obesity in the UK capital
Adverts that promote cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin and ICOs, will be banned on all Facebook platforms including the Audience Network and Instagram.
On the menu: Greggs classics 'with a twist', including pork puff pastry sliders, pastry bakes decorated with hearts, and a brochette of doughnuts.
The Swedish furniture giant is offering discounts to new mothers who pee on their ad.
As H&M apologises for its 'coolest monkey in the jungle' photo, that many called out as racist, here are some other ads that made headlines for all the wrong reasons
The ad features a talking rabbit who tells people to exercise, lead a healthy lifestyle and avoid stress to improve fertility
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) wants to write potentially harmful cliched roles out of the script.
A television advert in which the victims of a terrorist encourage society to “bomb hatred with love” has sparked a debate online.
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Facebook has reported surging quarterly profit and revenue but its shares dipped due to nervousness about future earnings.
French media giant Vivendi is reportedly to focus on buying video games and advertising companies to address investor concerns about its strategy.
The US Federal Trade Commission warns celebrities and influencers over Instagram posts that don't reveal they have been paid to promote products.
United Airlines have been the subject of much public ridicule in recent weeks, now even some competitors are getting in on the action.
Pepsi pulls advert featuring Kendall Jenner after it prompts outrage and ridicule from critics saying it trivialises rights protests
April 1 is traditionally the day when pranksters get free reign to terrorise the rest of humanity.
America's biggest healthcare retailer joins the list of companies stopping You Tube advertising as the row over lack of scrutiny of controversial content continues.
Google promised better controls for its websites, particularly YouTube, after complaints companies' adverts have appeared next to hate-filled videos.
Google has apologised for allowing ads to appear alongside offensive videos on YouTube as more high-profile firms pulled their advertising.