Ever gone to the store and been so overwhelmed by all the product choices that you felt “decision paralysis,” that sensation where you can’t decide what to buy? Ironically, almost everything you buy or want to buy is actually controlled by only 10 corporations. The Illusion of Choice chart, posted to Reddit, is making waves… Continue reading The 10 Corporations that Rule Them All
The world’s biggest food brands are notorious for creating less-than-stellar working conditions for farmers and abusing water and land rights. Increased consumer and political pressure, though, is leading to gradually improving conditions and transparency among the world’s ‘Big 10’ food companies like Nestle, PepsiCo, Unilever and Coca-Cola. Through its Behind the Brands campaign Oxfam is… Continue reading How Do the Big Food Companies Score When It Comes to Social Responsibility? [CHART]
While the champions of the big game are determined by the players on the field, the best ads were actually selected by you via YouTube. The YouTube Ad Blitz competition called for you to cast votes for your favorite Super Bowl 2014 commercials and the numbers are in. The best ad this year goes to… Continue reading YouTube Accounces the 2014 Ad Blitz Winners
I knew we were in for some entertainment during last night’s Super Bowl when the referee intercepted hall-of-fame quarterback Joe Namath‘s coin toss to start the night. But if you weren’t too busy watching the Broncos get pounded by the Seahawks last night, you might have noticed there were some great commercials this year. One… Continue reading Who Won the Best Super Bowl Ad for 2014 ?
Are you excited for the Super Bowl this year? With every great Super Bowl game comes some even better commercials. The top five advertisers over the last ten years pouring millions into buying these coveted ad slots include Anheuser-Busch, Pepsi, General Motors, Coca-Cola and Walt Disney. Now for the first time ever, you can get… Continue reading Watch a Sneak Peek of the Best 2014 Super Bowl Commercials Before the Game