Action on Sugar doesn't think much of David Cameron's childhood obesity strategy, but will May do any better?
'Mediscare', Brexit and the negative-gearing campaign have all demonstrated that it is time for tighter regulation on truth in political advertising.
There were 1.39m gambling ads on television in 2012.
It costs multiple millions to sponsor a global sports event. Why bother when non-sponsors cleverly associate themselves for next to nothing?
Advertising complaints hit 37,000 in the UK last year, but companies keep chancing their arm.
At first, it seems like IS has an image perfect for driving recruitment – but in fact, its image has very limited appeal.
Junk food adverts need to be banned near schools and nurseries – our children's lives depend upon it.
Most Australians do not understand how the Google search engine works and what is paid or free content in any search results.
Both the Liberal and Labor parties focused their very first television ads of the 2016 campaign on Labor leader Bill Shorten.
How do you sell something that people want, but aren't prepared to admit to? No, the online dating industry doesn't know either.
Big Tobacco relies on tactics of deceit, delay and frustration which it has developed and refined over half a century.
Pope Francis' mercy mission to a migrant camp in Lesbos is another effort to rescue the tarnished and failing brand of Catholicism.
How do you sell something that solves a problem customers don't know they have?
Putting the purchasing public at the heart of your business is getting harder and harder as technology drives ever more interaction.
The lines are blurring between programs and commercials.
New research shows that behaviorally targeted ads can do more than figure out what kind of person you are – they can also shape how you see yourself.
Some advertising content bypasses regulations to promote unrealistic beliefs about drugs.
It isn't the size of the screen, but how big it appears on the retina.
Online publishers are losing millions in lost earnings to ad blockers. But they are here to stay. So how can advertising change to reach its audience?
Companies can help both society and the bottom line by spending the price of a 30-second Super Bowl spot on something that benefits society.