As Snap's proposed date for its IPO draws nigh, rumours of a Snapchat smartphone have sprung up, amid news of the departure of a senior ad exec and the online launch of its Spectacles.
Ogilvy & Mather has acquired an undisclosed but "significant" stake in its digital partner in Ireland, Eightytwenty Customer Experience Ltd (Eightytwenty).
US food giant Kraft Heinz has withdrawn its offer to merge with Unilever following public rejection of its offer.
Uber has launched an "urgent investigation" after a former employee made allegations of sexual harassment.
The platform has struck a content partnership deal with newsbrands The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Independent, The Evening Standard and Hearst UK.
Luxury fashion houses Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Burberry seem to have cracked the millennial code judging by their website traffic and app usage.
Starting next year, YouTube will stop allowing the 30-second unskippable ad and will focus instead on shorter formats.
Despite all the attention the issue has received in the past year, the percentage of female leaders in advertising is dropping, as is the number of non-white employees.
Amazon.co.uk not only spends heavily on desktop search in the UK, it also invests heavily in mobile search.
Ethical brands need more than just a moral positioning if they are to avoid the ill fortunes of The Body Shop and The Co-Operative Bank, which are both looking for new ownership.
Emily Tan thinks Galaxy's Valentine's Day ad has gone overboard.
MDC Partners, the owner of Crispin Porter & Bogusky and 72andSunny, has entered into an agreement with Goldman Sachs to sell a $95m (£76.3m) stake in the holding company.
Thanks to a new startup, brands can now automatically send personalised direct mail to customers who have browsed online stores but not made a purchase.
Dentsu has posted a net profit of ¥83.5bn (£585.69m) for the year ending 31 December, 2016, only 0.5% up from 2015.
More than half of Brits do not plan to buy gifts for their loved ones today, a report claims, while those that are may be spending on their pets instead instead of people.
Thomson Reuters has also suspended part of its advertising, while the other brands are reviewing their policies and checking in with their agencies.
In the quarter ending 31 December 2016, News Corp posted a loss of $219m (£175.5m) due to $537m in non-cash impairments and write-downs.
In its FY2016 financial release published yesterday evening, Jean-Paul Agon, chairman and chief executive of L'Oréal, disclosed that the group was considering putting The Body Shop up for sale.
Brand depreciation, lower than expected growth, and necessary investments were all factored into the impairment write-down Publicis Groupe took against Publicis.Sapient.
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