At Davos, the CEO says the long-awaited decision is coming soon, but isn't his to make.
Haymarket increased operating profit by 26% to £4.3m last year thanks to expansion in the US and growth in the UK at its business titles and its motoring division.
Maurice Lévy has declared his successor will be an insider and suggested Publicis Groupe is close to naming "him".
Alistair MacCallum has been named UK chief executive of M/SIX, just four months after he departed rival M2M when it was abruptly shut.
Facing a crisis, publishers need to club together to survive.
The Daily Mail has pulled out of an industry-wide plan to pool newspaper ad sales, dealing a major blow to the initiative.
A leading Wall Street firm has downgraded financial prospects for all the big advertising holding companies because Donald Trump's administration heralds a "riskier political environment" and "capital-destroying uncertainty".
The Sun set aside £8.1m in rebates and discounts for advertisers last year, according to the accounts of its operating company.
The TV ad market is facing a 3% decline in January because of continued anxiety over Brexit, fuelling fears that revenues will fall this year for the first time since 2009.
TV advertising will defy the doom-mongers in both the US and UK in 2017 despite the rise of online and on-demand viewing, according to an annual forecast by Deloitte.
James Wildman has been named chief executive and president of Hearst Magazines UK with a remit to expand the business through acquisitions.
Ocado is on the hunt for a media agency as the online retailer prepares for its first TV advertising campaign.
James Wildman, the chief revenue officer of Trinity Mirror, is in pole position to head Hearst Magazines in the UK, Campaign can reveal.
Dave King is to leave Telegraph Media Group after 12 years to become UK managing director of Exterion Media.
21st Century Fox's planned acquisition of Sky would reduce the US media group's dependence on advertising, but ad sales, particularly addressable TV, remains one of the key reasons for the takeover.
Mediacom wins consolation prizes in Australia and New Zealand.
Publicis Media has done best out of Mars' media-buying review, landing the lion's share of the estimated £400m business in seven major markets.
Thomas Cook is shifting money into online video and addressable TV advertising for a new campaign, "You Want, We Do," about how it can tailor holidays to suit individual customers.
The global boss of Hearst Magazines has said "a much more ambitious acquisition strategy" should be a priority for its next UK chief executive in a sign that the publisher still has faith in its British operation.
Blue 449 can establish itself as a global media agency in its own right, rather than just a conflict shop, after dropping the Optimedia brand from its name.