Havas' European & UK Group CEO Chris Hirst sits down with CNBC's Marketing.Media.Money to discuss Brexit, brands and technology.
Dentsu Aegis Network’s Nick Waters talks with CNBC's Marketing.Media.Money about how smart-tech is set to shake things up.
Find out why Unilever has joined the UN Women’s Unstereotype Alliance.
The Brooklyn Brothers’ Jackie Stevenson partners with actor Sir Ian McKellen to re-invent brand diversity.
Getty Images’ Pam Grossman tells CNBC's Marketing.Media.Money how social media has influenced the diversity of images we see today.
Mars is more than just chocolate. From pet food to chewing gum, Mars' CMO Andrew Clarke runs us through his branding strategy.
Tencent is competing for ad dollars with Google and Facebook, so what's its strategy? Tencent's marketing chief SY Lau reveals all.
Facebook's global head of sales said it's doing everything it can to make it a safe place, but weeding out violence is impossible.
At the Cannes Lions festival, CNBC's Julia Boorstin speaks with Carolyn Everson, Facebook global head of sales, about the growth of Instagram, advertising competition as well as tackling hate speech and extremist content on their platforms.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin talks to Jim Bankoff, chairman and CEO of Vox Media, about branding and ad space with the company's partners at Cannes Lions.
Marketing Media Money talks to WFA boss Stephan Loerke at the 2017 Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity about the rise of digital marketing and the concerns of advertisers.
Noah Robischon, Fast Company, talks about increased competition for advertising revenue among YouTube, Alphabet, Apple and Amazon as the fight for screen time heats up.
Amazon's Whole Foods deal comes with data on people who have remained a mystery to the company: real-world shoppers.
U.S. fast-food giant McDonald's has ended its 41-year-long Olympic Games sponsorship deal three years early, the International Olympic Committee said on Friday.
Kellogg's is launching its first new consumer campaign for Froot Loops in half century, USA Today reports.
Canaccord Analyst Michael Graham discusses his downgrade of Alphabet over peak ad load.
As digital marketing becomes a key to growth, about half of small businesses still lack a website: CNBC/SurveyMonkey Small Business Survey.
The social media company now allows advertisements paid for with credit cards, with prices starting at a few dollars.
Niche sports can draw between $50 to $10,000 a tweet, even if you haven't seen the sport on TV.
On-and-off talks have taken place since December between the two digital radio companies.