Volkswagen's advertising history is among the most distinguished of all brands - yet it might have been for nothing.
Last month, General Motors agreed to pay a $900 million fine to dodge a criminal investigation into allegations that it buried information about a fault in its ignition switch that led to the deaths of at least 124 people.
At 23, Julius Caesar was a junior politician on the way up.
Two weeks ago, an 80mm lens belonging to the veteran press photographer Steve Back put paid to the idea that the government was not thinking about flogging Channel 4.
Tomlin Kedge and Lennartsson created a film, catwalk show and invites for the fashion brand Hemyca for London Fashion Week. The show featured chainsaws and the invites were parts of massacred mannequins.
Outdoor advertising's power to make jaws drop and eyes pop has never been better shown off than by the billboards that blaze around the clock in New York's Times Square.
It only took a major international scandal (or rather the latest of many) for major sponsors to demand the resignation of the Fifa president, Sepp Blatter.
It's fair to say that I've just experienced one of the busier weeks of my career.
How can I stop myself procrastinating? I'm sure I could be great at this business if I could only get around to doing stuff.
DLKW Lowe's move to Shoreditch may come as a shock to those used to its current South Kensington surroundings.
On LBC, I was asked, if I were still the editor of The Independent, would I have run the "pig's head" story about David Cameron?
The nation is hooked on watching people watch TV.
In the 50s, one man was so successful at betting on horse-races, he made millions.
This time 12 months ago, I was furiously rushing from the Hard Rock Cafe to Nasdaq to try to catch the best of Advertising Week XI (they love a Roman numeral, the Americans) as part of the launch of Campaign US.
What was it about the Shoreditch tech business that persuaded News Corp to part with £58 million?
Football's transfer window might be over for a few months but, luckily, we have the world of TV correspondents to keep us busy.
Carat has launched its comic book club with an "orgasmic bang", choosing a rather interesting title to kick things off.
Public-service broadcasters believe they should get a profit share if pay-TV giants carry their channels.
At a time when the advertising industry is obsessed with collaborating, Gerry Graf reminds us how groupthink can lead to mediocrity.
Within the advertising community, photo shoots are one of the most exciting parts of the job.
Morter stars in the new campaign for the digital bank Ffrees - the first made by Tiger Savage and Will King's new agency. Morter led the 2009 campaign to make Rage Against The Machine Christmas number one.
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