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world's 100 biggest advertisers spent a record $109 billion on marketing in 2014, finally eclipsing the amount of money they shelled out prior to the economic crash in 2007.
Ad Age reports in its recently updated marketing database that the top 100 brands increased their advertising budgets by 4.4% this past year, a number bolstered by a 26% spending increase from the technology industry.

The two biggest gainers of the group were Expedia and Microsoft, up 30% and 61%, respectively.

Like last year, Procter & Gamble was the top spender, clocking in at just under $5 billion in 2013.

7-JPMorgan Chase spent $1.88 billion on ads


This was a 10% increase from 2013
TV: $225 million
Magazines: $47 million
Newspapers: $18 million
Internet: $59 million
Other: $1.48 billion


6-Walt Disney Co. spent $1.96 billion on ads


This was a 4.5% increase from 2013
TV: $524 million
Magazines: $113 million
Newspapers: $23 million
Internet: $140 million
Other: $1.1 billion

5-Fiat Chrysler spent $1.97 billion on ads


This was a 1.4% increase from 2013
TV: $900 million
Magazines: $71 million
Newspapers: $10 million
Internet: $110 million
Other: $808 million

4-Toyota spent $2.09 billion on ads


This was a 4.1% increase from 2013
TV: $959 million
Magazines: $152 million
Newspapers: $13 million
Internet: $112 million
Other: $815 million

3-AT&T spent $2.91 billion on ads


This was a 12.3% increase from 2013
TV: $1.4 billion
Magazines: $90 million
Newspapers: $142 million
Internet: $245 million
Other: $1.4 billion

2-Proctor & Gamble spent $5 billion on ads


This was a 3.3% increase from 2013
TV: $1.9 billion
Magazines: $1.1 billion
Newspapers: $280 million
Internet: $234 million
Other: $1.5 billion

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