Gap releases Escher-like campaign for Wearlight Denim (watch below).
Alibaba emphasizes growth over profitability.
Burberry sues Target for allegedly infringing iconic check pattern.
Cooper Hewitt reveals winners of 2018 National Design Awards.
Facebook shuffles executive team and creates blockchain business unit.
Fandango launches movie ticket sale on Instagram.
Google I/O reveals how AI is already transforming our lives.
Vodafone pays $21.8 billion for some of Liberty‘s European assets.
Walmart pays $16 billion to acquire majority stake in India’s Flipkart.
Beyond Meat announces global expansion plans:
We're going GLOBAL! This summer, we will be working closely with leading partners around the world to roll out The Beyond Burger, offering a revolutionary solution to the growing global demand for protein.
— Beyond Meat (@BeyondMeat) May 8, 2018
Carvana opens its ninth U.S. car-vending machine:
The #QueenCity is now home to a car buying crown jewel. #Carvana proudly introduces its second #CarVendingMachine in the Tarheel State – an all-new eight-story structure that is the largest of its kind in the great state of #NorthCarolina! pic.twitter.com/DoA1nRdIoF
— Carvana (@Carvana) May 9, 2018
Coca-Cola releases lyric video for its FIFA World Cup anthem “Colours” by Jason Derulo featuring Ykee Benda…
…along with a new Share a Coke ad campaign:
Gap‘s new Wearlight Denim campaign:
Pizza Hut Singapore spoofs pretentious foodies: