Gurjit Degun thinks the latest ad from L'Oréal Paris encouraging body confidence lacks a certain je ne sais quoi.
Moneysupermarket.com is bringing back Masters of the Universe character Skeletor for its "You're so Moneysupermarket" campaign.
The Independent has increased its commercial revenue by 50% year on year since dropping its print product 12 months ago.
Shop Direct, which owns Very.co.uk, has consolidated its media business into Dentsu Aegis Network following a closed pitch process.
George Osborne, the former chancellor, will be the new editor of the London Evening Standard, taking over from Sarah Sands.
Pete Picton, the editorial director of the Mirror Online, is leaving in September to study for a masters degree.
SapientRazorfish will focus on "digital transformation" by helping clients with digital business strategy, customer experience, data, marketing, IT and commerce.
The government, Transport for London, the Financial Conduct Authority, The Guardian, Channel 4 and L'Oréal have pulled their ads from YouTube.
Steven Moy has left his post as chief executive at Isobar UK after just 18 months at the Dentsu Aegis Network shop.
Sky Media, the ad sales division of Sky, is expanding the inventory and platforms available for programmatic buying as it launches its second testing phase.
Britvic, the soft drinks business, is reviewing its creative agency roster in a bid to "streamline agency support services".
M&C Saatchi's pre-tax profits fell 8.4% year on year to £6.5m in the year to 31 December 2016 in the UK.
Mike Mathieson, the founder of Cake, is joining Lucky Enterprises as its first chief executive.
Grey London had the biggest proportional rise in billings in 2016 among the top ten ad agencies.
Vodafone has appointed OgilvyOne to lead its customer acquisition programme.
The British Red Cross has appointed Creature of London to handle its creative and strategy work.
Ikea and several retailers have come under fire after a BBC investigation has found that lorry drivers across western Europe have been living in their vehicles for months.
Johnny Hornby, founder of The & Partnership, has called on media agencies, brands and tech giants to work together to beat ad fraud.
Unilever, the owner of Dove and Hellmann's, has called for stronger protection from the UK government for businesses facing a foreign takeover.
Richard Denney, executive creative director at MullenLowe London, is leaving without a job to go to.