Pitch follows speculation that Amazon is looking to buy the online grocery retailer.
Publicis Groupe saw a 4.4 per cent decline in revenue in the UK in 2015, according to its full year results, released this morning.
Marks & Spencer has ended its relationship with AKQA.
Axa, the insurance and pensions company, is speaking to agencies about its UK advertising account.
The Open University has started a review of its advertising requirements.
Dylan Williams, Publicis Worldwide's global chief strategy and innovation officer, is leaving after less than two years in the role.
Twitter has reported a $521.03 million (£358.65 million) net loss for trading in 2015 and, for the first time, no growth in its user numbers.
FCB Inferno has won Barnardo's advertising account after a competitive pitch.
M&C Saatchi has promoted Camilla Kemp, the chief operating officer of its London ad agency, to managing director of M&C Saatchi UK Group.
Bartle Bogle Hegarty London has made a pair of hires to strengthen its creative output.
Senior Producer Competitive Think Jam Limited, London (Central), London (Greater)
PR Account Executive £22k - £24k dependent on experience KINC, London (Greater)
Content & Commercials Producer (Digital & Broadcast) £40k+ (negotiable depending on experience) Blonde, London (Central), London (Greater)
Executive Strategy Director £110 - £120K + benefits Rare Selection, London (Central), London (Greater)
Business Director - Global FMCG Brand £55000 - £65000 per annum + Agency Benefits Ultimate Asset, London
SENIOR ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE- RETAIL AND ENTERTAINMENT 25/27000 JEFFERSON, London (Greater)
Johnston Press has said it is in "late stage discussions" with Independent Print, the company owned by the Lebedevs, over the sale of i newspaper for £24 million.
New-business appointments increased by 5 per cent last year compared with 2014, according to AAR's New Business Pulse.
MediaCom has picked up the $50 million (£35 million) media account for the US bed manufacturer Tempur Sealy International across Europe and Asia-Pacific.
Bigballs Media has appointed the Holler co-founder James Kirkham to head Copa90, the high-profile football channel on YouTube.
Goodstuff Communications has won Spotify's media planning and buying account in the UK as the music-streaming service opts for a number of local agencies instead of using a global shop.
Advertising temporarily boosts a company's stock value and managers are opportunistically increasing marketing spend to raise share prices, according to research from the London School of Economics.
Intu, the owner of shopping malls including the Trafford Centre and Lakeside, has appointed Now and Blue 449 to help turn it into a national brand.
Cinema viewers this weekend will see an unusual takeover by Channel 4 of Digital Cinema Media's regular ident during the ad reel.
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