Kim Kardashian's wedding was sponsored, so why shouldn't her divorce announcement be sponsored too? Moving on, the Kardashian sisters are once again being accused of ripping off real designers' handbags.
"Nut Liquor" peanut butter vodka isn't even the least appealing new vodka of the week. Meet "Wodka Vodka," a new brand with the (no kidding) tagline, "Escort Quality. Hooker Pricing."
Chinese consumer finds worm in milk powder imported from Holland. Brand offers compensation ... but only if worm is proven to be Dutch.
Do you swallow this "Swallowable Parfum" ad, below?
The #Tebowing thing will not die, as ESPN comment thread highjacked by #Occupytebow.
All UK Tui shops will rebrand as Thomson.
Verizon is adding a "Turbo Button." Pressing it will speed up (a) broadband or (b) move to another provider.
Nine questions about advertising, answered.
Target's longtime CFO is stepping down.
Google lights up social media with "Do a Barrel Roll" search stunt:
Australia delays bold tobacco package warnings.
"GM is alive and Bin Laden is dead." Is this Obama's 2012 campaign slogan?
Will Nokia provide free Wi-Fi to India?
Here's a preview of Banana Republic's 2011 Holiday campaign.
Strategic Air's strategic move: rebranding as Air Australia.
There's a new brand campaign for Leonardo olive oil.
Copyranter asks of the campaign below, "Is this the most offensive print ad ever produced?" Sure, why not?
Owie genius. "Brandages." (via)
A still from filming of Halloween. Dr. Pepper, really not for women.
In case you thought the Boy Scouts were a little young to get in on the whole Movember thing. (via)
And more fun with Movember, from Rickard's in Canada:
The new MINI Roadster: Half the seats. Twice the... direct competition with the Fiat 500.
Introducing Taobao Mall or TMall.com, China's eBay pushing for online shoppers. (via)
Hardee's likes cheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeese!
Anyone recognize the new Carl's Jr. pitch man? Looks miiiiiiiighty familiar.
And who needs greedy NBA stars when you have gritty, bball-loving kinds? It's the "Imported from Detroit" of athletic ads.