In the 50s, one man was so successful at betting on horse-races, he made millions.
This time 12 months ago, I was furiously rushing from the Hard Rock Cafe to Nasdaq to try to catch the best of Advertising Week XI (they love a Roman numeral, the Americans) as part of the launch of Campaign US.
Within the advertising community, photo shoots are one of the most exciting parts of the job.
My boss has asked me to hire more women in our creative department.
At first, it felt like cruel timing.
In a recent Sunday Times article, Adrian Furnham proposed the idea of a "Restoration Day" at work.
One of the most popular stories on Campaignlive over the past week has featured Havas' Yannick Bolloré talking about digital at Dmexco.
We all know most terrorist attacks are carried out by Muslims.
After months of pitches pulling everyone who works in global media agencies this way and that, the industry is finally getting some answers.
This year, the world's biggest digital marketing exhibition, Dmexco, was packed with buzzing marketers, world-leading media owners and the press.
There's a campaign to get Coca-Cola to stop advertising for a year and spend its entire, multibillion-pound marketing budget on environmental concerns. Do you think Coke should do it?
Last week, I was filmed answering a set of questions for this year's delegates at the Media Business Course.
Customer obsession underpinned by great marketing is a long-overdue trend, says Claire Beale.
Adam Morgan's new book is called A Beautiful Constraint. About the way opportunity often presents itself as a problem.
What's this year's Big Idea?
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