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Subaru, marketing, advertising, inclusion, diversity, LGBT, Leon Kaye

Cliché or Stereotype? It Turns Out Subaru Marketed to Lesbians After All

It turns out, exasperated sighs aside, a fair number of lesbians do own a Subaru, and the trend didn't come out of nowhere.
Advertising, gender roles, Unilever, Leon Kaye

Unilever Moves Away from Sexist Advertising

Unilever aims to revamp its advertising campaigns to eliminate gender stereotypes and resonate better with the public.
Donald Trump, Republicans, Cleveland, sponsors, media, Leon Kaye, election 2016, Wells Fargo

Corporations to Avoid Next Month’s Republican Convention in Cleveland

Large corporate donors, including JPMorgan Chase, Motorola, UPS, Walgreen’s and Wells Fargo, are ditching the Republican National Convention -- presumably to avoid being…
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Spanish Political Party Puts Twist on Boring Electoral Catalogs

Reading an almost 200-page political advertisement may not sound like the most entertaining way to spend your time, but Podemos, a Spanish left-wing…
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Why Presidential Campaigns Are Missing the Mark With Young Voters

Millennials want to be involved in the process — let’s lean in to their platforms and make that a reality.
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BuzzFeed Takes a Stand Against Trump

On Monday the popular news site BuzzFeed announced that it terminated a $1.3 million advertising campaign with the Republican National Committee because of…
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Big Tobacco is Losing Ground in Europe

Tobacco companies will soon face new regulations in the U.K., and a French insurance company announced it would stop investing in the industry…
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4 Ways to Share Your Brand’s Philanthropic Story

Whether your company already has a large digital footprint or you are looking to up your efforts, it’s time to take a closer…
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Seventh Generation’s Plan to Take Over the Market Starts with Funny Woman Maya Rudolph

Can comedienne Maya Rudolph help Seventh Generation help get consumers to go green?
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E-Cigarettes: An Issue of Trust

Following nearly a decade of calls for the regulation of e-cigarettes, the FDA announced new rules covering these nicotine-delivery devices last week. But…
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‘Earth Day Texas’ Unites Celebrities for Change

At a recent event hosted by the Environmental Media Association, TriplePundit connected with an inspiring group of genuine and authentic celebrities who are…
Nissan, Nissan LEAF, electric vehicles, electric cars, Chevy Bolt, Tesla, Model 3, Leon Kaye

Nissan Mocks Tesla in Attempt to Boost Sales

Nissan raised a few eyebrows with a new advertising campaign that pokes fun at Tesla Motors -- and the fact that it has…
It turns out those 'thin' Oreos probably won't help you lose weight after all.

Don’t Believe Big Food’s Lies About Smaller Portions

It turns out those 'thin' Oreos probably won't help you lose weight after all -- despite the advertising Big Food throws your way.
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Boost Your Cause: Increase Donations With Mobile Payments

Mobile payments were designed with traditional buyers and sellers in mind, but they can be highly beneficial to nonprofit organizations that rely on…
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ASPIREist Brings Meaningful Content to TV

ASPIREist, a feature news show, is out to showcase the issues that matter to today's generation and empower viewers to take action.