Audi UK marketing director Benjamin Braun's watchwords this year will be "hold people accountable" - whether they're suppliers or employees - he told Campaign's The Year Ahead breakfast briefing audience on Friday.
Senior marketers for brands including Mastercard, Facebook, Bosch and Pinterest dropped into The Economist's TV studio at the Consumer Electronics Show to talk about what's occupying them.
The boss of Marks & Spencer has defended the brand's Christmas ad campaign starring Paddington Bear despite the company reporting a like-for-like sales decline.
The Advertising Standards Authority has banned a Dyson TV ad for its £500 Purifier Heater by framing indoor pollution as a concern.
Matt Hancock's promotion to culture secretary has led to Margot James' appointment as a minister in his department.
Aspall, a cider brand founded in Suffolk in 1728, is set for international expansion following its acquisition by Molson Coors.
The group behind Capital Radio, Classic FM and LBC has reported a five per cent rise in radio advertising revenues, according to results filed at Companies House.
Be Heard Group founder Peter Scott is moving from executive chairman to group chief executive, with non-executive director David Morrison becoming non-executive chairman.
US bank JPMorgan Chase has returned to advertising on YouTube only after developing its own algorithm that ensures its ads are not placed around questionable content.
The publisher of Shortlist and Stylist magazines is set for an improved performance this year, following a drop in revenues and profits in the previous 12 months.
Global tobacco giant Philip Morris International (PMI) has run a print ad claiming that it wishes "to stop selling cigarettes" in the UK.
TCS, an independent media agency founded in the early 1970s, has been sold in a management buyout for an undisclosed sum.
Hearst has hired Initiative's Sarah Tsirkas and Oath's Joni Morriss as group agency directors.
The World Federation of Advertisers has shortlisted six CMOs to compete for its inaugural Global Marketer of the Year award.
London is short on new marketing services businesses, while the UK would be the worst place to start an advertising agency, Advertising Week Europe has heard.
Data-driven targeting hampers messaging, figures from advertising and politics claimed during The Guardian's Big Data Backlash session at Advertising Week Europe this afternoon.
Matt Brittin, EMEA chief of Google, has issued an apology to the advertising industry, for the problem of brands finding their ads placed next to controversial content on YouTube.
The high-profile CMO struck a balancing act during a tense Q&A at Advertising Week Europe.
The commercial managing director of ESI Media has described the surprise hiring of politician George Osborne as editor of the London Evening Standard as "noisy, interesting and great for publishing".
Simon Daglish, ITV's deputy commercial managing director, has questioned the moral compass of brands and said he feels "a bit sorry for Google" in light of the recent furore over ad placement.