Cancer group slams H&M for latest ad

The retailer apologized—sort of. Plus, condoms for Mother’s Day, the problem with ‘authentic’ advertising, Prince Charles gives us the weather, Ice-T’s profound advice to marketers, and more.

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Jamie Dimon, the CEO of JPMorgan Chase, is apologizing for a trading loss that cost the company $2 billion, hurt its image (even more), and riled markets worldwide. “There were many errors, sloppiness and bad judgment,” Dimon said. Advocates of increased banking regulations say this loss should come as little surprise.

Meanwhile, accidents surprises of the world, unite. Sparing further generations the hardships happiness of parenthood before they’re ready, Pleasures, America’s first adult store drive-thru, is honoring Mom’s big day be giving out free condoms, as well as other grown-up goodies as part of a special gift bag. Says the shop’s owner, Sherri Williams, “When people are equipped with the right tools, motherhood is a choice.”

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