Delaware Attorney General Moves To Shut Down Backpage LLCsDelaware's attorney general has moved to dissolve the limited liability companies behind Backpage.com, a classified ad website whose listings included sexual services.
With Employers Eager To Fill Jobs, Hiring Could Stay StrongBusinesses, hungry for workers, are advertising a record number of openings.
New Song Search For 'Don't Mess With Texas' Ad CampaignOrganizers of the iconic "Don't mess with Texas" advertising campaign are looking for a new tune to promote the anti-trash effort.
Facebook, Google Sues Over Political AdsWashington's Attorney General has sued Facebook and Google, saying the companies failed to maintain information about political advertising.
Backpage.com Founders Face 2020 Trial In Case Over Sex AdsA January 2020 trial has been set for the founders and five employees of the classified advertising site Backpage.com.
Hearing Set For Backpage.com Founders In Case Over Sex AdsA court hearing is scheduled for two founders of the classified advertising site Backpage.com in a case in which they are accused of knowingly running ads for sexual services.
Backpage.com Co-Founder Released From Jail On $1M BondA co-founder of the classified advertising site Backpage.com who has been jailed for the last 10 days on charges of facilitating prostitution was released on a $1 million bond Monday.
Hearing Set For Jailed Backpage Founder In Case Over Sex AdsA hearing is scheduled Monday to determine whether a founder of the advertising site Backpage.com should be released from jail while he awaits trial.
Feds: Backpage.com Made $500M From Prostitution-Related AdsThe owners of the classified advertising site Backpage.com are now facing a federal indictment charging them with ignoring warnings to stop running advertisements promoting prostitution.
Yelp Accused Of Hiding Positive Reviews For Non-AdvertiserBob Sinnott of Toasted Coffee + Kitchen in Lower Greenville said after months of non-stop phone calls from Yelp, he claims his favorable rating dropped after he finally told the company he would not pay for advertising.
'What Happens In Vegas' Slogan Returns After Mass ShootingThe official slogan of Las Vegas is back by popular demand, three months after it was paused following the mass shooting that killed 58 people and rattled the city.
Bryant, Norman Now 'Frenemies' After Starring In Dueling AdsThe Dallas Cowboys' top receiver and Washington Redskins' top cornerback developed a heated rivalry on and off the field over the past year, but tensions have cooled a bit since they starred in dueling cell phone ads.
Diet Soda Makers Sued Over "Misleading" AdsSeparate lawsuits filed against Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Dr Pepper Snapple Group allege the companies marketing of diet sodas deceives consumers.
Facebook To Turn Over Russia-Linked Ads Social media giant Facebook is expected to provide Congress on Monday with more than 3,000 ads that ran around the time of the 2016 presidential election and are linked to a Russian ad agency.
Facebook To Release Russia Ads, Beef Up Election 'Integrity'Bowing to pressure from lawmakers and the public, the company said it will provide the contents of 3,000 ads bought by a Russian agency to congressional investigators, while also pledging to make political advertising on its platform more "transparent."