Tag archives for social media
There are some great things about social media, and of course, Facebook . . . then there are the annoying types that make FB insufferable.
A hilarious Instagram account called Barbie Savior has gone viral, with depictions of the Mattel beauty that mock those who have put helping Africans on their bucket list.
Apparently many of us are still too lazy to carry those empty bottles from the bathroom to the kitchen recycling bin. So, Unilever is inviting customers to share their washroom recycling habits — and share ideas what to make out of all that plastic.
Led by Friends of the Earth, 51 organizations are trying to use social media activism to showcase their grievances against Darden Restaurants and its marquee brand, Olive Garden.
Kraft ditched the artificial yellow colors in its original Macaroni & Cheese product in favor of dyes derived from annatto, paprika and turmeric. It used the new ingredients quietly for three months, without making any public announcement until last week.
A few days after reports surfaced online of filthy conditions in a hospital in Kazakhstan’s largest city, Almaty, the mayor showed up at the facility demanding answers. It was an attention-grabbing stunt that hinted at a new type of governance in ...
California-based Meathead Movers has a policy to help victims of domestic abuse move out of any dangerous situation, for free.
Mark Zuckerberg promised that Facebook will help the UN bring internet connectivity to Syrian refugee camps throughout the Middle East.
A leading brand of beer in Brazil, Skol, found itself in controversy after a poorly thought-out advertising campaign came across as condoning rape.
Wet Seal is the latest retail chain to struggle with a shift in consumer shopping trends and its employees are feeling clubbed.
No one is talking about Uber's rides-for-hunger campaign, but instead the talk is accused price gouging during the tragic hostage situation in Sydney.
Child Eyes and No More Page 3 launched successful social media protests that convinced the UK's largest supermarkets to change their newspaper display stands.