Dave Bedwood and Ben Silcox, former AnalogFolk London creative partner and chief data officer respectively, have launched an agency called Cauliflower.
Beats by Dre, the headphones brand founded by rapper Dr Dre and now owned by Apple, is on the hunt for a media agency to handle its planning and buying account.
Gurjit Degun despises Protein World's attempt to "empower women".
Owen Wyatt, head of UK advertising sales at CNN International, is joining Shortlist Media as managing director for commercial.
The Royal National Lifeboat Institution has taken on Krow and Teneo Blue Rubicon to work on its creative account.
Eamonn Store, the chief executive of Guardian US, is stepping down.
Jamie Elliott, former chief executive of MullenLowe London, has taken the same role at The Gate London.
Gurjit Degun wants to watch this beautiful film over again.
Alison Dolan, the deputy managing director for Sky Business, has become News UK's chief strategy officer.
A former employee says he was fired for refusing to go along with scheme to mislead the public.
Snap, the owner of Snapchat, has been accused of inflating the number of users it has ahead of a possible initial public offering for $25bn (£20.2bn) by a former employer.
ITV's chief executive Adam Crozier is to become a non-executive director at Whitbread, the owner of Premier Inn and Costa.
The Sun is trying to appeal to a wider market for its £9.50 holidays campaign, as well as using sister video ad tech company Unruly to better target its audience.
The Sun has reported a £62.8m loss in pre-tax profit in 2016 because of a fall in ad revenue and restructuring costs.
The publisher of Square Mile has acquired Factory Media, which owns a number of sports and lifestyle brands.
The rise of Amazon and Netflix meant that digital film and TV subscriptions overtook sales of DVDs and Blu-ray discs for the first time in 2016, according to the Entertainment Retailers Association.
BT has appointed AnalogFolk to handle its digital content activity following a competitive pitch process.
The Telegraph is growing its programmatic ad trading team four-fold.
Next, the high-street retailer, saw a 0.4% drop in year-on-year sales in the run-up to Christmas Eve.
GQ and Vogue owner Condé Nast's pre-tax profits dropped 56.6% in 2015 to £6.9m, from £15.9m in the previous year.