Arwa Mahdawi

Features How Kellogg's Killed The Breakfast Cereal Trend

For $7.50 a bowl, the brand’s new cereal cafe is a last-ditch attempt to milk what’s left of the millennial trend that epitomizes gentrification and consumer culture

Advertising Inside the Global Movement to Ban Billboards

First it was São Paulo and now even New York have spawned movements to replace or ban outdoor advertising. Are we entering the age of ad-free cities?

Retail How Customers Are Humiliating Brands Via Social Media

Online revenge has become a new battlefield where brands have to fight to protect their reputations.

Design Could Bitcoin Be More Than A Digital Currency?

Bitcoin, the digital coin with a questionable past, is gaining ground as a legitimate currency, trading at $32 a share last week.

Innovation Have Humans Been Reduced To Mere Data Factories?

French report classifies users of sites like Facebook and Google as unpaid laborers.

Syndicated Why Is Adderall New York's Wonder Drug?

The prescription substance is capitalism's ultimate pill, dulling your personality levels and optimizing your productivity.

Luxury Did Barclays Really Just Add The 'F Word' To Their Tagline?

Technology has made it easy for activists to protest brands through hacking or spoof ads.

Technology So You're An Organ Donor On Facebook – But At What Cost?

New feature begs question, how much is your data worth to brands?