|Original articles from CNN.|
|'Got Milk?' Campaign is Back, With a Twist|
The milk industry is resurrecting its "Got Milk?" slogan that branded a popular ad campaign from 1993 to 2014. The idea, more or less, was to make milk sexy.
|Jack Dorsey Just Said No to Political Ads on Twitter|
"We've made the decision to stop all political advertising on Twitter globally. We believe political message reach should be earned, not bought," Dorsey tweeted Wednesday.
|Look Out, Chick-fil-A; Popeye's is Bringing Its Sandwich Back|
After a torturous two month wait, Popeyes announced that their chicken sandwich would return on November 3rd as a permanent item, and it doesn't anticipate running out.
|Coming in November: Dunkin's Beyond Meat Breakfast Sandwich|
After testing in Manhattan recently, Dunkin is rolling out its plant-based sandwich option on November 6th, the latest QSR chain to jump on the bandwagon.
|Pizza Hut's Comeback, Thanks to its NFL Deal|
Pizza Hut had struggled to compete against Domino's and Papa John's for the past few years. But that's changing now.
Sorry, Julia Roberts, Usher, Pink, and even Governor Rick Perry -- you've been duped. Adam Mosseri, chief of Instagram, wants users to know the service isn't getting ready to use your photos against you.
|Impossible Whoppers Coming to All BK Locations This week|
Burger King will start selling its meatless Whopper across the United States on August 8, the biggest rollout for Impossible's plant-based product.
|Get Ready for 'Baby Shark' Cereal |
Parents who thought they'd heard the last of toddler anthem "Baby Shark" are out of luck. "Baby Shark" will soon be swimming in bowls of milk as kids sing along.
|Adidas Will Only Use Recycled Plastics by 2024|
Adidas is the latest in a series of global companies that have pledged to reduce plastic use. Monday's announcement said 'virgin' plastic will be eliminated in all products by 2024.
|Burger King is Rolling Out $1 Tacos Nationwide|
After successfully testing them in western states, BK decided it was time to serve them nationwide - but only for a limited time.
|Burger King is Putting its Whopper Upside Down|
In the latest 'Stranger Things' marketing tie-in, BK is offering its Whopper served upside down and in 80's style packaging ahead of Season 3.
|Sephora Will Close All Locations June 5th|
Sephora will close all locations on June 5 to hold diversity training for its staff after R&B singer SZA accused the store of racial profiling in April.
|Coca-Cola is Bringing Back New Coke With 'Stranger Things'|
The Atlanta-based company is bringing back a limited number of New Coke cans in honor of the upcoming 3rd season of "Stranger Things," in which the product is featured.
|Hillary Clinton Makes Surprise Appearance on 'Murphy Brown' |
"Murphy Brown" returned to TV on Thursday night with help from another woman some people have missed seeing regularly.
|Arby's Gets More Meats; Buys Sonic For $2.3B|
Inspire Brands which owns Arby's and Buffalo Wild Wings, is paying nearly 20% more for Sonic than what shares were trading at on Monday.
|Chick-fil-A Testing the Meal Kit Business|
Customers can pick up the kit at 150 participating locations in their hometown, Atlanta, from August through November.
|Diet Coke's New Flavors are Actually a Big Hit|
All Coca-Cola needed to do to rejuvenate Diet Coke was add some Feisty Cherry, Twisted Mango, Ginger Lime and Zesty Blood Orange. In skinny cans.
|Spotify and Hulu Team Up to Offer Bundled Subscription|
The companies said that a $12.99 per-month plan will get you access to Spotify's ad-free music streaming service and Hulu's basic package.
|Zuckerberg Will Testify Before Congress|
After repeated calls for him to do so, Mark Zuckerberg has decided he will testify before Congress within a matter of weeks.
|Zuck: 'I'm Really Sorry That This Happened'|
"I'm really sorry that this happened," the Facebook (FB) CEO told CNN's Laurie Segall in an exclusive TV interview on Wednesday.
|L.L. Bean is Latest Brand to Change Gun Sale Policies|
L.L. Bean became the latest retailer to announce that it will no longer sell guns or ammunition to customers younger than 21.
|157 New Emoji Coming to iOS and Android|
The Unicode Consortium -- a nonprofit that sets the global standard for emoji -- announced on Wednesday 157 new emoji options would be coming later this year.
|Dove Apologizes for Offensive Ad|
Dove apologized this weekend for a social media post that the company says "missed the mark" representing black women.