The longtime pitchman's home was raided by authorities on Tuesday, reportedly in connection with a child porn investigation.
Prosecutors found little evidence of criminal intent, according to Japan's Kyodo News.
Brands tweeted their support of the US Women's soccer team during the Women's World Cup on Sunday, focusing on the historic significance of the win.
Jennifer Palmieri explained why Hillary Clinton's campaign kept members of the media behind a rope at a parade on Saturday.
Marketers say, "Happy birthday, America."
Executives from the two global organizations sounded off about the importance of collaboration to find solutions.
Digital plus traditional marketing equals a golden era, according to the Mondelez SVP.
A full roundup of PRWeek's comprehensive coverage of this year's Cannes.
The chain's co-CEOs appeared in a video released Wednesday apologizing for the pricing mishaps and pledging to correct them.
The Cannes Lions Pharma Jury members chatted about their likes and dislikes from the Cannes Lions 2015 entries.
It's one way that the company is trying to make consumers comfortable with the idea of staying in a stranger's home.
The McCann chief and former Weber Shandwick CEO sat down with PRWeek at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.
The best sound bites from last week's annual Festival of Creativity at Cannes in the South of France.
She is still in police custody.
The former vice president sat down with WPP chief Martin Sorrell at Cannes.
The incoming leader of MSLGroup sat down with Campaign in the South of France.
A blockade of Nice Airport by angry French taxi drivers ended a multifaceted and multi-layered week in Cannes in bizarre fashion for the global marketing community in attendance.
Judges said they looked to reward creativity - smart insights that defied conventions. One speaker advised, "When you're thinking about dentures and the older woman sitting by her bedside enters your imagination, please ask her to leave."
After the Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriage is officially legal in the US, brands showcased their pride on social media.
This year's meeting of the great and good from the creative, business, and media communities in the South of France featured the debut of the Glass Lions, but the winners' stage was still dominated by men.