President Donald Trump’s penchant for tweeting his opinions of companies -- especially those with ties to his family -- does not sit well with most voters, according to a new Morning Consult/POLITICO poll.
President Donald Trump’s penchant for tweeting his opinions of companies -- especially those with ties to his family -- does not sit well with most voters, according to a new Morning Consult/POLITICO poll.
While many Americans plan to spend a night out with their significant other to celebrate Valentine’s Day, they aren’t angling for any particular gift. Instead, most people want to make that choice for themselves.
While many Americans plan to spend a night out with their significant other to celebrate Valentine’s Day, they aren’t angling for any particular gift. Instead, most people want to make that choice for themselves.
Shortly after President Donald Trump issued his Jan. 27 executive order on immigration, several major corporations made it known they oppose the temporary ban on refugees and citizens of seven majority-Muslim countries. That move earned companies support from young adults of all races, though opinions were split among white adults, according to a recent Morning Consult poll.
Shortly after President Donald Trump issued his Jan. 27 executive order on immigration, several major corporations made it known they oppose the temporary ban on refugees and citizens of seven majority-Muslim countries. That move earned companies support from young adults of all races, though opinions were split among white adults, according to a recent Morning Consult poll.
Rival ridesharing companies Uber and Lyft both found themselves in the news after responding to President Donald Trump's executive order that bans refugees and travelers from seven predominantly-Muslim nations from entering the country. But the brands' actions did not change perceptions of either company with many Americans.
Rival ridesharing companies Uber and Lyft both found themselves in the news after responding to President Donald Trump's executive order that bans refugees and travelers from seven predominantly-Muslim nations from entering the country. But the brands' actions did not change perceptions of either company with many Americans.
Young people like the Super Bowl spots from Skittles and Lexus, but how do other ads fare among viewers? Some ads released ahead of the National Football League’s championship game move demographic groups differently — particularly among men and women.
Young people like the Super Bowl spots from Skittles and Lexus, but how do other ads fare among viewers? Some ads released ahead of the National Football League’s championship game move demographic groups differently — particularly among men and women.
The Super Bowl is still four days away, but for more than a week now some brands have been looking to create buzz by releasing their ads early in hopes of wooing viewers, particularly millennials.
The Super Bowl is still four days away, but for more than a week now some brands have been looking to create buzz by releasing their ads early in hopes of wooing viewers, particularly millennials.
The pharmaceutical industry is “going on offense” with its biggest ever multiyear ad campaign, meant to focus on the industry's scientific advances and shift the focus away from “bad actors” that have drawn scrutiny for jacking up the prices of existing drugs.
The pharmaceutical industry is “going on offense” with its biggest ever multiyear ad campaign, meant to focus on the industry's scientific advances and shift the focus away from “bad actors” that have drawn scrutiny for jacking up the prices of existing drugs.
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Brands Brief: Week in Review & What’s Ahead

An advocacy group purchased ads to run on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” and and Fox’s “Fox and Friends” with the intent of catching President Donald Trump’s attention on behalf of American Airlines Group Inc., Delta Air Lines Inc., United Continental Holdings Inc. and several flight attendant and pilot unions.

Brands Brief: Airlines Buy Ads to Target Trump

An advocacy group purchased ads to run on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” and and Fox’s “Fox and Friends” with the intent on catching President Donald Trump’s attention on behalf of American Airlines Group Inc., Delta Air Lines Inc. and United Continental Holdings Inc. and several flight attendant and pilot unions.

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