Pop culture references to smoking, even in the new kid-flick “Rango”, are on the rise and probably contributing to a stubbornly stable teen smoking rate.
Candy giants Hershey and Mars are at each other’s throats over packaging design.
Proposed warning labels for cigarettes go for graphic shock value, but they could backfire.
The FTC is taking aim at transparency online for reviewers and bloggers with a couple of high profile busts.
Domestic manufacturers are feeling pressure to tout their USA-cred, but does it make sense?
The evidence is becoming undeniable – tanning can kill you. How can we justify continuing to market the service?
The National Milk Producers Federation wants us to stop calling soy milk, “milk”.
Subway spokesperson Jared Fogle (and his recent weight gain) puts the company in a sticky situation regarding new FTC rules.
The South Butt and HumaneWatch.org both borrow visually from larger cousins The North Face and the Humane Society of the United States; both are legally problematic, but only one is a marketing problem.
Jacket maker Weatherproof Garment Company took advantage of a GQ-style photo of the President standing in front of the picturesque Great Wall of China.keep looking »