Many brands, particularly those from countries associated with poor production quality, attempt to disguise their origins.
The search engine's founders saw this one coming 20 years ago. So how should they react now?
It's all about controlling the yuck factor.
Parents need to know the truth about formula milk.
This could be the year chatbots are widely adopted. But beyond making our lives more convenient, they represent a huge potential for advertisers.
The blockchain isn't just for Bitcoin transactions. Advertisers can no longer ignore blockchain's huge implications for the world of marketing.
Virtual reality holds huge potential for advertisers but we should all take note of its potential for manipulation.
Data is becoming more and more important to the online advertising game. Soon, the ability to use data and algorithms will be a basic requirement in online advertising.
For advertisers, media content is becoming less important than personal information.
Advertisers are partly to blame for women being underrepresented in traditionally male domains such as science.
Andy Warhol not only drew brands, he became one. A new exhibition in Sydney sheds light on his early career in advertising.
Beyond her political savvy, Anna Bligh’s appointment as CEO of the Australian Banking Association brings greater access than a Liberal appointee would.
Research shows poorer black South Africans are disproportionately exposed to food-related advertising that promotes the consumption of fatty, unhealthy foods.
He's one of Britain's biggest brands – it'll take more than a few grumpy messages to spoil that.
Alcohol companies used controversial marketing practices in their Super Bowl commercials – including using animals and themes that are appealing to youth.
You might think you're anonymous when you're browsing the web. But a new study shows that browsing history can often be tied to your real-world identity.
Ratings across a number of sports are in decline. But this doesn't spell the end of live sport, rather it shows why we should strive to keep it on free TV.
New research shows how marketers get away with making their food look and sound healthier than it really is.
From women in the kitchen to Santa’s huge ego, Christmas ads are still ridden with conservative gender messaging.
The science of making us watch ... and then spend.