As East Coast Thaws Out, LA Tourism Board Using Palm Trees, Beaches To Draw Visitors From The Big ApplePalm trees, beaches and sunshine: these are the images L.A.'s tourism board is using to entice New Yorkers.
New Ad Technology Begs Question: Is Big Brother Selling You Out?With today's billboards, you can literally be a target on the road. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Federal Jury To Settle Bitter Battle Between SweetenersBig Sugar and Big Corn face off in court this week in a bitter, multibillion-dollar battle of sweeteners that boils down to a mix of science, semantics and marketing.
Judge Rules California Cab Companies Can Sue Uber Over AdsA federal judge has ruled California taxicab companies can sue competitor Uber over advertising statements that it offers the safest rides on the road.
FreeBike Project Allows Companies To Advertise While Helping Students Get To Class On TimeSome University of Southern California students are depending on a free service to get to class on time.
Billboard Depicting U.S. Soldier And Muslim Woman Sparks ControversyThe advertisement, which includes the simple phrase "#betogether", is for a company called Snore Stop.
Bike Share Hits Speed Bump Over City Ad ContractsA pilot program that would allow Angelenos to rent bicycles at kiosks citywide has hit another hurdle.
Things That Aren't What They Seem at Your Neighborhood BarAre bartenders getting more clever, or are their customers getting more drunker?
Billboards You Will Not Ever See in The U.S.Sit on the bus bench, and the scale reads out your weight ... in big red digital numbers. It's an ad for ...
South Bay Senator To Call For Boycott After Lowe's Pulls Ads From Muslim-American TV ShowA state senator from South Bay says he's outraged that the company Lowe's reportedly pulled its advertising from a cable television show about Muslim Americans.
LA Riders Left Standing In Ad Revenue Fight Over Bus BenchesOfficials ended the deal after concluding that they were unable to get an accurate account of the number of benches with ads — or monies owed to the city.
Google Braces To Pay At Least $500M In Ad ProbeGoogle Inc.'s lucrative online advertising system is facing a U.S. Justice Department investigation that is expected to cost the Internet search leader at least $500 million.