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Amazon is teaming up with Lyft on recruiting its drivers as ride-hailing demand drops
Lyft is also suggesting its drivers install plastic barriers in their vehicles.
A regularly updated list tracking marketers' response to coronavirus
The latest moves brands are making to deal with the fallout, in reverse chronological order.
Coronavirus gives TV a boost
The coronavirus pandemic has boosted TV usage, but it's anyone's guess how long it will last.
How a Las Vegas agency decimated by coronavirus-related client cuts banded together to create a cannabis ad
The ad for Thrive Cannabis Marketplace promotes pot delivery as a stress reliever.
Behind Budweiser’s ‘One Team’ coronavirus response: Ad Age Remotely
Bud’s marketing VP explains how the ad in support of Red Cross coronavirus relief efforts came together in less than a week.
Opinion: COVID-19 will change consumerism forever
Brands that fail to serve the greater good could lose customer loyalty.
Agency Brief: D&AD cancels 2020 festival and assesses how it will award this year's Pencils
Plus, new business wins amidst the pandemic, and one Huge employee drives effort to support local restaurants during shutdown.
NBCUniversal launches celebrity-filled coronavirus PSA with Ad Council and the White House
The videos were produced remotely from the talent’s own homes.
GM’s ventilator effort goes haywire with Trump turning on CEO Mary Barra
On Twitter, the president calls on the automaker to open an assembly plant in Ohio that it no longer owns and make the devices there immediately
Bosses are panic-buying spy software to keep tabs on remote workers
Straight-up Big Brother, perhaps, but it’s perfectly legal for businesses to keep an unblinking eye on employees as long as they disclose they’re doing it.