Many of Silicon Valley’s most successful entrepreneurs and executives are warning of the dangers of the controversial Stop Online Piracy Act…
Microsoft, Yahoo and AOL are joining forces in an online advertising attack on Google and Facebook.
Internet company Yahoo Inc. has agreed to buy online advertising network Interclick Inc. for $270 million in cash.
Half the online advertising companies looked at in a new Stanford study continued to monitor consumers’ online activity even after the user had opted out of receiving advertising.
A new program in the East Bay is teaching kids how to become savvy shoppers at an early age.
Commercials for male erectile dysfunction medication are seen frequently on TV. But a company that makes personal oil designed for women claims they have difficulty buying ad time.
An Alabama-based law firm has withdrawn its class-action lawsuit that sought to force Taco Bell to stop calling the meat it serves “beef.”
KCBS In Depth interview with Stanton Glantz on the tobacco industry in the United States.
Taco Bell went big and bold to respond to a California lawsuit claiming its taco filling can’t be called beef, buying up newspaper ads Friday that trumpet “Thank you for suing us.”
Facebook users who check in to a store or “like” a brand may soon find those actions re-transmitted on their friends’ pages as a “Sponsored Story” paid for by advertisers.