CEOs of WPP, Omnicom, and others are planning for how their workplaces will change, from smaller office footprints to routine temperature checks.
Venture-backed startups are laying off thousands of tech workers as the coronavirus strains finances. Here's a list of all of the startups that are cutting headcount.
Here's everything we know about which venture-backed startups are slashing headcount due to the coronavirus and economic fallout.
The top social-media platforms marketers want to lean into in 2020, according to a survey of over 1,000 industry professionals
Marketers and consumers plan to lean into Facebook, Instagram, and more in 2020, according to a survey from analytics platform Sprout Social.
Mark Read said US employees will return to offices voluntarily and that the process would be gradual due to the continued prevalence of the pandemic.
Anheuser-Busch InBev's global chief marketing officer reveals how its $1 billion innovation unit ZX Ventures is helping the company weather the coronavirus
The company's response has centered on people spending more time cooking, using in-home entertainment, and socializing in smaller groups.
76% of marketers plan to slash their advertising budgets this year, and ad holding companies could bear the brunt of the cuts
Research firm Gartner sees opportunity for agencies specializing in areas like e-commerce and customer data, though.
Wendy's won't switch to frozen beef, even as shortages cause hundreds of locations to run out of burgers
Despite some locations running out of burgers, Wendy's says the chain has no plans to serve hamburgers made with frozen beef.
How Starbucks plans to reopen 85% of stores by the end of this week and what the new normal for its coffee shops will look like
Starbucks stores across America will begin reopening next week, but they won't look the same as they did before the coronavirus pandemic.
Meet the 20 most powerful WarnerMedia execs and their top deputies. Here are the leaders who will help HBO Max battle Netflix and define AT&T's TV future.
WarnerMedia's new CEO started Friday, culminating nearly two years of high-profile executive moves spurred by AT&T's acquisition of Time Warner.
eMarketer shares key insights on how Instagram user growth and usage patterns will evolve in 2020.
CEO of ad giant Omnicom outlines strategy for reopening agency offices around the world — read the internal memo
John Wren wrote that agencies will follow local government guidelines and that no one who feels uncomfortable will have to come back to the office.
Layoffs and furloughs hit holding companies WPP, Omnicom, IPG, and MDC Partners as advertisers slash spending
CPB, Grey, DDB, and Omnicom Media Group were among the agencies that started to be impacted by the economic affects of the coronavirus.
Amazon's ad business is spiking, but ad buyers say the coronavirus reveals the commerce giant's weaknesses versus Google and Facebook
Some ad buyers say that ad prices for Amazon have been fluctuated widely amid the pandemic.
NBC News chairman Andy Lack is stepping down and will transition out of the company by the end of May, NBCUniversal announced Monday.
The CEO of the third-biggest PR firm BCW lays out how the company will outperform its peers in a tough year
The WPP-owned firm said its crisis and public affairs work is in high demand as clients grapple with the coronavirus pandemic.
McDonald's designed a new type of restaurant for the coronavirus era in Europe — here's what it's like to visit
As McDonald's prepares to reopen dining rooms in the US, the company is trying to craft a "virus-proof" design.
Nike positions itself as a 'woke' apparel maker that champions progressive values. But the company's history exposes a darker reality.
Nike's tarnished training program for long-distance runners, legacy of abusive labor practices, and brewing sexual harassment allegations are a far cry from the image it has long tried to project.
Fast-food chains like McDonald's and Taco Bell are betting traumatized Americans will flock to familiarity as restaurants reopen
Fast-food executives say they expect customers' desire for normality and familiarity will help rebuild sales.
YouTube made $15 billion in advertising revenue in 2019, and it's making a bigger push into TV and streaming.
A sneaker influencer with over 1 million subscribers breaks down how he earns his money through YouTube videos, brand deals, and consulting projects
Jacques "Kustoo" Slade has built a career out of sneakers. Here's how he became one of the most influential people in the sneaker world.
There's a little-noticed red flag in Facebook and Google's latest financial reports, and it highlights a worrying weakness among their customers
Facebook's "bad debt expense" soared 50-fold. It's bad news for the economy — and a warning sign for Facebook.
Data reveals how large the decline in paid Instagram influencer posts has been in recent weeks, as the ad market sputters
Branded content has fallen from representing 35% of influencer posts in mid-February to 4% in mid-April, according to a new report from Launchmetrics.
The cautionary tale of a marketing agency that ad giant WPP acquired for $300 million and shut down 4 years later
Triad was a shopping marketing agency that long relied on Walmart for its business.
Popeyes sales surged a whopping 29% despite the coronavirus pandemic, as America's chicken sandwich obsession continues
Even the coronavirus pandemic couldn't neutralize the power of Popeyes' chicken sandwich at a time when many restaurants are struggling.
The coronavirus pandemic demolished breakfast sales at fast-food giants like McDonald's and Taco Bell
Breakfast sales at fast-food chains like McDonald's and Taco Bell plummeted in the coronavirus pandemic, as morning routines are thrown out of wack.
Gary Vaynerchuk started his entrepreneurial career with an online wine store — here's how he plans to turn that experience into a new business
He started VaynerCommerce with the acquisition of a 20-year-old Los Angeles-based firm, Lucid Fusion.
Facebook and Google got hit hard by the coronavirus, but their massive ad businesses will come out stronger in the end
Ad buyers said post-pandemic, people will be doing more online and money may move to performance-based platforms, which will benefit the tech giants.
JPMorgan's new chief media officer reveals how the company developed a scorecard to adjust its advertising during the coronavirus
Tracy-Ann Lim's appointment comes as advertisers are changing how the message to consumers in light of the pandemic.
Buzzy $1 billion clothing rental startup Rent The Runway's longtime exec and president Maureen Sullivan has left the company
The departure comes as Rent the Runway has furloughed 35% of its corporate employees and cut overall headcount as a result of fallout from the coronavirus.
McDonald's is temporarily changing how restaurants get burgers, bacon, and sausages, with CEO saying the state of the meat supply chain in America is 'concerning'
McDonald's is temporarily exercising new control over how much beef and pork restaurants receive, as Americans worry about meat shortages.
TikTok's 315 million installs in Q1 2020 is not only a record for the platform, it's also the most downloads any app has ever gotten in one quarter.
Facebook board member Marc Andreessen wants entrepreneurs to 'build' their way out of the pandemic. Mark Zuckerberg has taken this message to heart.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg isn't letting the pandemic slow him down.
How the coronavirus is changing the influencer business, according to marketers and top Instagram and YouTube stars
Business Insider spoke to influencer-marketing professionals across the industry to learn how they're adjusting during the coronavirus pandemic.
YouTube is the world's biggest online video company, and it's making a bigger push into TV and streaming.
The CEO of Edelman reveals his plan to help the PR giant rebound after the economic crisis set back his goal to hit $1 billion in revenue
The firm said it plans to keep spending in areas like digital, creative, and data analytics to take business from ad agencies.
A YouTube creator and active-duty US Navy sailor had his highest-earning month ever in April despite ad rates plummeting
Austen Alexander is an active-duty sailor for the US Navy and a YouTube creator with 344,000 subscribers.
Chipotle's chief marketing officer reveals how the company's shift to digital has helped it weather the coronavirus crisis
CMO Chris Brandt credited the company's investments in efforts like online delivery and email targeting with a big increase in digital sales in March.
Making money from Instagram livestreams, inside the invite-only app Community, and social-media guidelines for brands during a health crisis
This week's rundown includes how Instagram has changed in recent weeks and inside the text-marketing startup Community.
The latest mobile trends to know in 2020 including 5G technologies, privacy regulations, mobile & video advertising
People now spend more time on their phones than TVs - and businesses are taking notice. See the latest mobile trends covering technologies, regulations, advertising and what brands need to know.
The pandemic looks likely to reinforce Facebook's dominance and revive its damaged reputation.
LIVE: Facebook shrugs off coronavirus concerns to report 'stability' in ad revenue, sending stock soaring 10%
On Wednesday, Facebook gives the world its first real look at how the pandemic has impacted its business.
6 ad agency leaders reveal the frustrating steps they're taking to get a loan from the government's $350 billion stimulus, and what their struggle says about the industry's future
Execs blame big banks and the federal government, saying the ad industry may face another reckoning when the loans expire in July.
Instagram influencers can earn thousands of dollars for a sponsored livestream, but they have to get risk-averse brands on board
As interest in live video has spiked in recent weeks, creators, marketers, and tech platforms are finding new ways to make money from livestreaming.
'Traumatized' McDonald's franchisees face coronavirus sales slump, as some slam the company over 'anemic' response
One McDonald's franchisee called the company's response to the coronavirus pandemic "wobbly and mealy-mouthed."
Some startups are shutting down, laying off staff, and drastically changing their marketing plans in the face of a new business reality.
Google saw 2 out of the 3 pillars of its $135 billion ad business get slammed by the coronavirus. Here's what we know about the winners and losers of Google's main moneymaker.
Google has given us a deeper look at how its ad business is faring in the pandemic, with some bad news, and some good.
Internal communications business is booming for PR firms like Edelman, Prosek, and Kekst CNC as CEOs scramble to reassure remote workforces and plan for a return to the office
Edelman said it expected to see its employee engagement revenue grow 10-20% this year despite the economic downturn.
Here's how Burger King, Chipotle, Domino's, and Subway are adapting their marketing as customers move to a delivery-based future
Chains like Domino's, which has a strong delivery business, have grown, while Subway has struggled, sources say.
An influencer-marketing agency shares its guidelines for brands that want to run social-media campaigns during the pandemic and what to avoid
Some brands have begun establishing new ways of engaging with influencers across social media amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Sling TV is ramping up ad spending more than its live streaming TV rivals as it looks to restart growth and gain market share
Sling spent an estimated 17% more on US advertising in March 2020 than in February, according to data from MediaRadar.