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2020 Election Ad Spending Already Nearing $1 Million Mark

The TV ad war is well underway with three candidates on the air since Jan. 1.

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What men still don't grasp about sexual harassment

Women believe companies will need to do more to make safe workplaces.

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#NeverAgain: A Generation Finds Its Voice

Centennials have demanded a part in the national dialogue.

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Political Ads for 2020 Race Get an Early Start

Democratic groups won’t be shying away from congressional races.

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The Credit Card Rewards Consumers Like Best

Consumers prefer a stable rate when it comes to rewards.

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A community's Pulse

More LGBTQ than straight respondents feel vulnerable to health and welfare issues, discomfort over uncertainty in their lives

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From The Archive

Television ad spending in the 2020 presidential contest has spiked to unprecedented levels.
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If GOP media buyers and consultants are indicative of their party’s thinking, they believe that Biden’s lead is tentative.
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Women Political Leaders and Kantar launch the second Reykjavik Index for Leadership.
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How much time spent engaging in video games is enough?
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Latest Stories

Retailers taking the biggest hit from COVID-19 are largely based in the mall.

Growth benefited from a comparison to very weak growth in the year-ago period when the government shut down.

COVID-19 and its effects on retail dominate discussion of Costco’s future.

Just 24% of US consumers expressed interest in the Apple Credit Card last month.

The Latin American retail sector has outperformed all other categories.

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