Consumer goods giant Unilever has taken the unusual step of having some of its marketing staff read their own DNA profiles to see whether finding out about their heritage has an impact on their unconscious biases.
Skateboarder Tony Hawk turned down a buyout offer from Activision and his instinct paid off: His licensing deal ran for 16 years until 2015 and the Tony Hawk series generated an estimated $1.4 billion in sales worldwide.
Legendary skateboarder Tony Hawk has broken his pelvis and elbow, fractured his skull and had more than 20 concussions — but still won't walk away from the sport.
Amazon has overtaken Google and Apple to become the world's most valuable brand at $315.5 billion, according to a ranking of global companies.
As protesters gathered in London to demonstrate against President Donald Trump's state visit to the U.K. on Tuesday, the 20-foot tall blimp portraying him as an angry, orange baby was inflated once again.
"When I look at Rosewood, I see myself as a target customer. So, that makes it quite easy to kind of craft the experiences, because I would be looking at the lens of the millennial travelers," Sonia Cheng told CNBC's "The Brave Ones."
Olympic athlete Alysia Montano said when she told then sponsor Nike she wanted to have a baby during her career, the sports giant told her it would pause her contract and stop paying her. Experts say Nike's inclusive image could be at risk
The "Christchurch Call," a new pledge to stop hateful content from appearing online, will have a significant impact on how social networks operate, according to Maurice Levy, chair of one of the world's largest ad groups.
Mo Ibrahim brought mobile networks to Africa, sold his company Celtel for more than $3 billion and then set up an award to recognize leadership in the continent.
For Mental Health Awareness Month, Burger King launches food that focus on "real" moods, including the Salty Meal and DGAF (Don't Give a F---) Meal.
"You can't be what you can't see", so Project #ShowUs brings together photographers and women, people who identify as women, and the gender fluid to produce a catalogue of imagery for all brands to use in advertising campaigns, thanks to a joint effort by Dove and Getty Images.
CNBC's Karen Tso spoke with wrestler Stephanie McMahon and Cannes Lion CEO Philip Thomas about the ad industry.
The Female Quotient CEO Shelley Zalis says gender inequality is a challenge in "every industry."
CNBC looks at how the computer systems in F1 cars have made their way into regular vehicles.
FIA President Jean Todt discusses his start with the Ferarri team and the current problems facing F1.
F1 experts discuss whether the quieter engine sounds are making the sport less attractive.
Roberto Friedlander, Seaport Global Head of Energy Trading, talks about the oil market, interest rates, and how they impact each other
Helima Croft, RBC Capital Markets Managing Director, Global Head of Commodity Strategy and CNBC Contributor, discusses the tanker attacks in the Gulf of Oman
Tendayi Kapfidze, Lending Tree Chief Economist, discusses falling rates, mortgage relief, and the housing market