What the Hell Happened To Mint? - Slashdot

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Fast Company: Intuit's Mint personal-finance service wants me to know it's sorry. Again. "We're sorry!" its investments page bleats ...

discovered 2 months ago on Slashdot
Hard Rock Edits Its Super Bowl Ad; Watch All the Big Game Spots: Thursday's First Things First

With Michael Bay at the helm, there was little doubt that Hard Rock’s Super Bowl ad would feature...

discovered 2 months ago on AdWeek
13 Fun Ways to Celebrate Galentine’s Day with Your Best Girls

While Knope and her lady friends celebrate brunch-style, we thought of some fun alternatives....

discovered 2 months ago on Better Homes & Gardens via Yahoo News
Marketers react to coronavirus and ad vets stump for Bloomberg: Thursday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital...

discovered 2 months ago on Ad Age
Nintendo's new Animal Crossing Switch is super chill

Animal Crossing is finally coming to the Switch, on March 20, but before then the Switch will go full Animal Crossing. Nintendo announced Thursday that a...

discovered 2 months ago on CNET
Ryan Reynolds serves up Super Bowl stunt for Mint Mobile

Carrier gives away 300,000 months of free service in lieu of paying for a Big Game commercial.

discovered 2 months ago on Ad Age
For $10 fee, startup offers unlimited calls and texts

"Never pay for phone service again," TextNow says on its website. There are several catches: TextNow...

discovered 2 months ago on USA TODAY via Yahoo News
Ryan Reynolds' Mint Mobile Is Giving Away Cell Service

According to an ad for the budget mobile carrier that ran in The New York Times today, Mint Mobile...

discovered 2 months ago on AdWeek
Ryan Reynolds Isn't Getting a Super Bowl Ad for Mint Mobile — But He Is Giving Away Free Service

As companies spend millions on their advertising for the Super Bowl this weekend, Reynolds, 43,...

discovered 2 months ago on People via Yahoo News
Mint Mobile: No Super Bowl ad for us, free phone service for you

During this Sunday's Super Bowl, you'll see a lot of commercials -- some good, some bad, all...

discovered 2 months ago on CNET