You’ll probably start scrutinizing your shopping receipts a little more closely after you hear what happened to the CBS 11 I-Team. A popular retail store repeatedly overcharged us on typical household items we thought we were buying on sale.
TXDOT ordered the removal of the sign, called “Playboy Marfa,” because Playboy does not have a license for outdoor advertisement in Texas.
A Plano teenager is on a personal crusade to find to a U.S. solider being held captive in Afghanistan.
JCPenney has asked a federal court to rule on whether a style of weather-resistant boots that it recently started selling can continue to be called “Aspen.”
Texas Gov. Rick Perry is heading to California to meet with business owners and promote Texas’ favorable job creation climate.
Texas Governor Rick Perry is airing radio ads in California to convince companies there to relocate to the Lone Star state.
Here are 10 spots they hope will make you skip the bathroom break or beer run for during the big game:
Super Bowl advertisers are learning the art of the tease.
Can you believe that it has been nearly 43 years since President Nixon signed a bill into law that banned cigarette advertising on radio and television? We were in the Vietnam War.
Coca-Cola became one of the world’s most powerful brands by equating its soft drinks with happiness. Now it’s taking to the airwaves for the first time to address a growing cloud over the industry: obesity.
Google may have to cough up the $22.5 million fine it agreed to pay in order to settle FTC claims that it illegally bypassed user privacy settings in Apple’s Safari web browser.
The NBA Board of Governors approved a new look for uniforms and a couple of changes in the use of video replay.