My dad had ten brothers and sisters.
There were a lot of unanswered questions when Publicis Groupe announced its restructure last autumn.
You can't move for celebrities at advertising conferences now.
This could be a defining year for outdoor advertising in the UK.
Have you noticed the industry belief that people actually want to engage with brands (on Facebook etc) is quickly losing favour?
It's apparent that the talent drain is a global problem.
The writer Amy Grier says that FOMO, or "fear of missing out", applies to work too.
A researcher with a big brain told me the other day that the word "creative" is becoming toxic.
When the TBWA UK chairman and chief creative officer, Peter Souter, addressed a meeting of Labour MPs a couple of weeks ago, he pulled off a tricky task.
Does an executive creative director job ever require a team? Surely one person is not only cheaper but actually more effective in the role?
Google's payment of £130 million in back taxes to HM Revenue & Customs should make everyone in UK advertising pay attention.
Technology has given TV advertising more power and flexibility than ever before.
My art school was in New York and on a hot night I'd often want a cold can of beer.
Delivering a point in person is quite different from saying something on e-mail.
In 2007, a young policewoman was killed in Germany.
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The social network celebrates its latest birthday this week, and there is no sign that its dominance will dwindle any time soon, writes Daniel Price, head of social operations at Lost Boys.