The daily commute just doesn't feel complete without smudges of ink on fingers and thumbs - a grubby reminder of that morning's edition of Metro.
The Financial Conduct Authority has revived its surreal PPI campaign with two new online films featuring its Arnold Schwarzenegger character going back in time.
Procter & Gamble chief brand officer Marc Pritchard is to chair a new CMO Growth Council, backed by Cannes Lions and the Association of National Advertisers.
Facebook has launched a press ad campaign reassuring users that forthcoming European Union regulations will ensure that its data is better protected.
AAR remains "cautiously optimistic" about the volume of new-business opportunities, despite recording a 38.3% year-on-year decrease in the total number of completed reviews in the first quarter of 2018 in its latest New Business Pulse report.
Executives at The Washington Post, The Economist and National Geographic discuss Facebook, cross-publisher collaboration and the return of context.
The Royal British Legion has hired Leagas Delaney as its creative agency of record, with its first brief to launch a campaign to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
Lloyds Banking Group has appointed former MullenLowe chief executive Richard Warren to the role of director of marketing communications.
An uncomfortable week for Mark Zuckerberg and Sir Martin Sorrell raises questions about media and advertising's dependence on figureheads.
Britvic has kicked off a search for a creative agency to handle its portfolio of new beverage brands targeting adults.
Betfair has named Leo Burnett London as its creative agency of record across international markets, following a competitive review.
Discover how brands, agencies and media owners are performing in the quest for gender pay parity.
It's puzzling how this ad manages to recruit some decent comedy talent and yet completely fail at being remotely amusing.
Controversy around Sir Martin Sorrell's pay and management of the company have resulted in a succession of negative stories about WPP.
Channel 4 has partnered with Unilever Ventures, the FMCG company's private equity arm, and digital media network Studio71 to identify up-and-coming social media influencers with "commercial potential".
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has been summoned to appear before UK politicians amid concerns about the use of its data by Cambridge Analytica.
Swiss herbal cough sweet manufacturer Ricola has appointed Publicis Worldwide to handle its global creative and digital accounts, following a pitch.
Fever-Tree is to take over as title sponsor of The Queen's Club tennis tournament, ending insurer Aegon's nine-year tenure.
Media businesses must stop making sweeping generalisations about "millennials", and prioritise social engagement over the use of technology, according to panel of industry leaders.
VCCP has been named as the most successful agency in new-business wins for a seventh consecutive year, according to AAR's annual survey.