While people are worried about their safety online, polling shows the data breach of Microsoft earlier this month doesn’t stand to do damage to the brand.
Target Corp. reached an $18.5 million settlement — the largest of its kind — with 47 states and the District of Columbia over a cyberattack in 2013 that resulted in a massive data breach. The breach affected more than 41 million customer payment card accounts and exposed contact information for over 60 million customers.
Overall television ad spending fell 1 percent in April 2017 from the same time in 2016, according to the Standard Media Index. The drop was caused, in part, by cutbacks from car makers/dealers and telecommunications companies, which decreased ad spending by 17 and 12 percent, respectively.
Airline favorability has plummeted since December, following a series of bad news cycles regarding passenger treatment, according to new polling.
Despite its turn as an internet joke with the rollout of its “Real Beauty” body-shaped bottles, Dove’s fan following is solid, and consumers are unlikely to stray as a result of the recent gaffe, according to Morning Consult polling.
The nonprofit China Labor Watch said the retail line bearing first daughter Ivanka Trump’s name paid employees approximately $1 an hour while they worked more than 12 hours a day, six days a week.
Despite its turn as an internet joke with the rollout of its “Real Beauty” body-shaped bottles, Dove’s fan following is solid and consumers are unlikely to stray because of the recent gaffe.
Biz Stone, a co-founder of Twitter Inc., announced via Medium he’s going back to the company in a leadership role to make sure employees are happy.
Ford Motor Co. is looking to cut $3 billion in costs, which will include letting go of at least 10 percent of its employees worldwide.
While people will watch a celebrity-endorsed ad with skepticism, they still hold that spokesperson at least partly responsible when the product in question does not live up to expectations, polling shows.