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The 26-page suit alleges that the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority violated plaintiffs’ rights by rejecting their ads.
Saatchi & Saatchi Executive Chairman Kevin Roberts resigns after sexist statements.
Gustavo Martinez stepped down after allegations of referring to Black people as "monkey" and "apes," and jokes about rape.
The retailer is highlighting shoppers of “all shapes, sizes and styles” with five mannequins—modeled after real people—at its Manhattan store.
What is driving the resistance to “diversity” among middle-aged, midlevel majority executives?
What prompted Michigan leukemia patient Julie Boonstra to speak out against the Affordable Care Act in an ad paid for by the Koch brothers’ Americans for Prosperity, when she's actually going to save thousands of dollars?
What was the reaction to the first Super Bowl ad to include an LGBT family?
How did the supermarket screw up in its attempt to reach out to Howard University students?
Nondiverse marketing and ad agency come up with an ad featuring an inanely happy white guy with a Jamaican accent. Is it offensive?
American Airlines rebranding attempt is a throwback to 1960s era stereotypes. Remember the "Baloney Meter"? It's back.
This swing state’s politicians have a new way to suppress voter rights.
Diversity management is the key to preventing multicultural missteps like this week’s fiasco—a video of Ashton Kutcher in “brown face” portraying an Indian as part of an ad campaign to sell Popchips.
Lowe’s publicity nightmare continues after being the only major advertiser to pull its advertising from TLC’s “All-American Muslim” reality show.