Black Ops 2 producer Daniel Suarez and military analyst P.W. Singer discuss how they conjured the future of war for the new COD installment and what businesses and futurists get wrong when trying to predict what’s next.
The new effort wants parents to ask their kids not to sit on the sidelines, but rather make some noise when they see bullying, even if it doesn’t affect them.
Lowe China chief creative officer Norman Tan shares the thinking behind the viral sensation "Key Auntie" and talks about the advertising scene in China.
"There is much, much more we should all be doing to broaden our creative talent," says one agency exec. Here’s how some London shops are casting a wider net for new creatives.
In a clever marketing stunt, a Coke Zero vending machine in a train terminal offers thirsty travelers the chance to win tickets to the new James Bond movie… by channeling James Bond.
It didn’t take long for ABC’s Happy Endings to shift from its original premise of friends dealing with two members of the group breaking up. As the ensemble comedy enters its third season, co-showrunner Josh Bycel talks about why the show pivoted away from its original premise and how that improved the comedy flow.