Jan 10, 2020

The waning appetite for marketing junk food in Asia

Marketers of sugary drinks and sodium-laden snacks will need to embrace healthier trends and watch their messaging to win over regulators and consumers alike.

Mar 25, 2019

New Zealand ad associations call for global action against Facebook

Joint statement slams Facebook over its “platitudes” regarding stopping harmful content following the Christchurch terrorist attack livestream, threatening a ban.

Jun 24, 2017

FCB CEO offers strong rebuke to Publicis awards policy

Carter Murray says creatives who should be celebrated have instead been let down by one of the industry's major players.

Jun 15, 2017

Foreign brands' bid to support Pink Dot festival denied (Updated)

Google, Apple, Facebook and other big hitters signed a joint letter asking to support the annual LGBT event, offering compromises to the government.

Feb 23, 2016

How will China's foreign content crackdown play out?

BEIJING - China's new rules restricting foreign companies and their joint ventures from publishing anything online without approval will apply from 10 March onwards. Industry insiders said they are studying the rules, but remain unfazed for now as the key question is how the rules will be enforced.

Aug 16, 2011

Samsung claims no immediate impact from Galaxy bans in Europe, Australia

GLOBAL – Apple has successfully blocked sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia and most of the European Union (except the Netherlands), and is seeking to stop the sale of the tablet in the US.