Dino Myers-Lamptey, chief strategy officer at the7stars, is joining MullenLowe Mediahub UK as managing director.
Mark Whelan, chief creative officer at Havas, has had his remit expanded to include media.
BT is speaking to agencies about its digital roster.
Rémy Cointreau, the French alcohol company, has appointed UM to handle its UK media planning and buying account without a pitch.
John Lewis Partnership's profits have taken a £36m hit after the retailer breached national minimum wage rules.
ITV's ad revenue dropped 9% over the first three months of the year, compared with the same period in 2016.
TV Licensing is reviewing its direct marketing account, which has been held by Proximity for 15 years.
News Corp, the parent company of The Times and The Sun, has reported global revenue of $2bn, up 5% year on year from $1.9bn, in the first three months of the year.
RB has picked Havas and McCann London for its Finish and Nurofen global advertising accounts respectively.
Joe Wicks has gone from boot-camp fitness instructor to bestselling entrepreneur almost overnight. The millennial heir to Jamie Oliver tells Gurjit Degun how he became a social media sensation quite by accident.
Carat, the Dentsu Aegis Network media shop, is trialling a new email policy to encourage better health among employees.
The Labour Party is questioning prime minister Theresa May's decision-making in its latest ad.
EA Sports, which owns the Fifa computer-game series, has appointed Adam & Eve/DDB to its global ad account.
The IPA is in talks with Spark44, which is 50%-owned by Jaguar Land Rover, about becoming a member agency.
Omnicom's organic revenue growth over the first three months of the year outstripped its rivals WPP, Publicis Groupe, Havas and Interpublic.
Apple sold fewer iPhones and iPads over the first three months of the year, its second quarter results have revealed.
Adam Crozier, ITV's chief executive, is leaving after seven years "to move to the next stage" of his career.
Sainsbury's has reported an 8.2% fall in pre-tax profit to £503m from £548m for 2016.
Rolls-Royce, the high-end car marque owned by BMW, has chosen Havas London to handle its integrated advertising account.
Sky has appointed Adam & Eve/DDB to handle its sports account after a competitive pitch process.