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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

How much time spent engaging in video games is enough?
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Records were indeed set in 2018, making it the richest midterm election in history.
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Kantar Media CMAG identified the total and top spenders across the nation in a year that has seen unprecedented spending.
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The Kavanaugh confirmation process triggered a wave of television ads.
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By 2025, 31% of fast-moving consumer goods on China’s mainland will be sold online.

The journey from value brand to premium is not an easy one. But it’s one that many Chinese companies are trying to make.

CVS Health CEO Larry Merlo announces the expansion of its HealthHUB format.

Amazon's brand value jumped 52% in 2019 to $315.5 billion.

After forward Wu Lei joins RCD Espanyol, the Spanish club’s awareness jumps in China.

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