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May 26, 2019
Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh 'raise a toast' to Amul ad on actress' Cannes 2019 ensembleDeepika Padukone shared the ad on her social media, quipping that it was the 'icing on the cake or more like butter on toast'.
Aug 29, 2017
Facebook will stop selling ads to Pages that publish and share fake news: ReportFacebook has decided to stop Pages that share fake news regularly from buying any ads from the company.
Jun 04, 2017
Google relaunches Contributor to help users browse ad-free pagesThe latest installment of Google contributor, features "Funding Choices", which allowed users to pay a monthly contribution to see fewer ads online.
May 17, 2017
Facebook will refund some of the advertisers after discovering a bug in metricsFacebook said it had fixed the bug, which was not found on the desktop version or the mobile app.
May 13, 2017
Mother's Day: These viral advertisements sure are the mother of all ads!Just a day to go for Mother's Day and our screens are already brimming with ads of maternal love and care.
Apr 07, 2017
Nivea releases 'White purity' ad in Middle East; issues apology after Twitter backlashTwitter lambasts Nivea for its latest ad featuring the caption "White is purity".
Mar 07, 2017
This cheeky Coca Cola ad about sibling rivalry subtly delivers an LGBTQ messageThe minute long Coca Cola ad tells the story of a sister and brother who are both attracted to the same pool boy.
Dec 31, 2016
50 years of Amul: How an advertisement for butter transformed into witty social commentaryA new book — Amul India 3.0 published by HarperCollins India — chronicles the metamorphosis of what began as a simple ad campaign for a ubiquitous product like butter, into something that offered valuable social commentary
Sep 02, 2016
Reliance Jio 4G services launch splits social media into extreme halvesHere's how social media reacted to the Reliance Jio launch
Aug 31, 2016
Twitter to share ad revenue generated by uploaded videos with users in USATwitter Inc on Tuesday stepped up its battle to attract video talent to its platform, saying it will allow U.S. users who upload a video to share in any advertising revenue it generates.