Billionnaire investor George Soros referred to Donald Trump as a "would-be dictator" and predicted that the incoming US president would be a failure, in an address to business leaders and journalists at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
A court in San Francisco has handed Uber a $20m (£16.2m) fine after the US Federal Trade Commission claimed the ride hailing app company misled its drivers about the potential amounts they could earn.
The Labour party's new political party broadcast features a woman walking around an empty hospital in an effort to draw attention to what critics of the government are calling a crisis in the National Health Service.
Tesco and Morrisons were among the most improved brands in the latest BrandIndex from YouGov, which measures the "buzz" around a brand.
Brands should not be thrown off course by uncertainty around Brexit, industry figures have said, after the latest IPA Bellwether Report found that while marketing budgets are likely to grow in the long term, marketers' confidence is falling.
The & Partnership has teamed up with former leaders of Engine's brand experience agency, Slice, to launch one of its own.
Anomaly founding partner Johnny Vulkan is relocating to the network's London office in the spring.
Sight-loss support charity RNIB has appointed CHI & Partners to its creative account following a competitive pitch.
Soft drinks company Lucozade Ribena Suntory has taken an unusual approach to finding a new head of marketing by advertising the vacancy on a billboard on the side of the M4 in London.
The economic strain expected to hit the UK in 2017 could pose problems for the ability of premium health-focused brands to stay in the shopping baskets of consumers, according to the marketing director of Genius Gluten Free.
New global research from the marketer finds pervasive assumptions about gender.
Unilever's chief executive, Paul Polman, and chief marketing officer, Keith Weed, have called on political and business leaders to recognise the effect of stereotyping and take action to tackle it.
UK adspend will fall 0.7% in 2017 before growing the same amount in 2018, according to the latest IPA Bellwether Report.
Coca-Cola has launched a new campaign for Coke Zero Sugar across TV, outdoor and digital.
BT is promising to block up to 31 million nuisance calls a week with a new service that automatically diverts them to a junk voicemail box.
Santander is aiming to tap into the adage that "money cannot buy you happiness" in a push it says marks the first time a UK bank has built a campaign around user-generated content.
Animal rights campaign Peta has bought shares in LVMH, owner of Louis Vuitton and a number of other luxury brands, allowing it to attend shareholder meetings and question the board.
The IPA has launched a competition to win £50,000 worth of advertising space on one of the most prestigious outdoor sites in the UK: the 14.4m x 2.9m digital screens spanning both sides of the Hyde Park underpass.
Manchester United has partnered with Uber in a deal that will see the ride hailing brand deliver content to fans of the club.
KFC is reviewing its UK advertising account, which has been held by Bartle Bogle Hegarty for 15 years.