Mattel, which manufactures Barbie, has reported net and gross sales down 15%, with operating loss of $127m, in the first quarter of the year.
Condé Nast has hit out at The Sunday Times' Style magazine for stating it has a greater reach than some of the top women's glossies combined.
Burger King has been asked to apologize for adding advertising material into its Wikipedia entry.
Sky's ad revenue increased 4% to £613m in the nine months to 31 March 2017, down from a 7% rise over the same period last year.
Publicis Groupe has reported revenue of €655m in Europe for the first quarter of the year, up 3.8% compared with the same period last year, and boosted by growth in the UK and France.
Burger King has been asked by Wikipedia to apologise for adding advertising material into its entry on the online encyclopaedia.
Facebook is working on developing augmented reality, its chief executive has revealed.
The finale of Broadchurch, the ITV drama starring David Tennant, attracted record viewings for the channel this year, peaking at 9.3 million viewers last night.
Facebook has reportedly refused to remove potentially illegal terrorist and child pornography even though it was told it was being featured on its site.
Sainsbury's has opened a 50th Argos Digital store in one of its supermarkets, and plans to open a further 250 over the next three years following last year's takeover.
Completed new-business reviews fell 5.1% year on year in the first quarter of 2017, dragged down by the CRM, digital and media sectors.
Samsung is reviewing its European CRM business.
Johnnie Walker is speaking to agencies about its digital activity.
Possible, WPP's digital shop, has promoted Lizzie Snell, a business director, to head of client services.
Tesco has reported a 39.1% fall in pre-tax profit following a fine by the Serious Fraud Office and the Financial Conduct Authority.
Kit Altin, head of innovation and global planning director for Procter & Gamble at Leo Burnett Group, is joining The Gate London as chief strategy officer.
The broadcaster could follow the BBC up north. But the two cases are very different.
The industry has hit out at Pepsi's failed attempt to connect with audiences, calling for the brand to take more responsibility for its actions.
The IPA's one-stop-shop to help agencies make the most of the apprenticeship levy will offer advice, brand marketing, and school leaver recruitment.
TripAdvisor, the holiday reviews site, is on the hunt for a creative agency to handle activity across Europe.