The hedonism of American consumer culture is the result of deliberate efforts by mid-twentieth century marketing experts.
Offering products as their main revenue base allows MLMs to operate legally, but they often have fundamentally the same ethical issues as pyramid schemes.
It was a lesson brands could have used in the early 2000s.
In the Great Depression, Borden sought a new spokescow to help preserve its traditional agrarian image.
Is it time for a revival of the Society for the Prevention of Useless Giving (SPUG)?
The explanation may have to do with the gift economy.
Good Housekeeping set itself up as a source of authoritative advice, but included ads for “health” products known to be harmful.
The practice of eating fatty goose livers dates back to at least 2500 BCE. Is there a humane way to produce it?
Khasino, a Marvel Strike Force streamer on Twitch, makes his living playing video games for an audience.
Ivory Soap got its name from Psalm 45.