Concerns about electronic cigarettes, including flavors and marketing that could appeal to young people, underscore the need to regulate the fast-growing industry, according to a Congressional report released Monday.
Quizzes have caught on like wildfire on social media, but some experts say taking them may open you up for unwanted attention.
The question at stores used to be “paper or plastic?” Now it’s “paper or e-mail?” E-mailed receipts are convenient and they get rid of clutter, they could have a hidden cost if you’re not careful.
The Cowboys’ traditional wearing of white ‘throwback’ helmets isn’t football-driven; it’s marketing driven. Now comes the NFL’s ruling against the use of “alternate” helmets, which isn’t safety-driven; it’s PR-driven.
Beleaguered department store JCPenney named Kraft Foods executive Debra Berman as senior vice president of marketing to help revitalize the struggling brand.
If you’re following the saga of NBA player Dwight Howard you know he’s looking at both NBA teams in Texas – the Dallas Mavericks and Houston Rockets.
For the 24th consecutive year, a hot subject at Valley Ranch is the seeming discord between something Jerry says and something someone else in power (in this case, coach Jason Garrett) says.
Victoria’s Secret has become a household name by making ‘sexy’ mainstream. But as the lingerie retail giant competes for new customers, some parents say they’ve gone too far – and too young – by marketing to teens and tweens.
Celebrities are gabbing about it openly. A growing number of grooming products cater to it. The vagina is becoming big business.