Statisticians are lobbying for the Advertising Standards Authority to take a harder line on the misuse of statistics in advertising.
Havas has created a comms-led offering to attract clients in the emerging blockchain and cryptocurrency fundraising space.
David Baddiel and Frank Skinner are briefly excited by the idea of working together again in a new ad for the Government's pensions guidance service.
Car manufacturer Honda has appointed Hakuhodo Collective to lead advertising strategy across Europe for three years following a four-way pitch.
Channel 4 has signed up Amazon to sponsor the ninth series of The Great British Bake Off, as well as its spin-off shows, for an estimated £5m.
In the next few weeks Facebook is to propose updates to its terms of service and to its data policy as part of moves to "improve privacy" that also include taking away the ability for third-party data providers like Experian to offer their targeting directly to advertisers on Facebook.
The ad watchdog has rejected a complaint from the chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Statistics about the validity of Bulmers' claim that two-thirds of drinkers prefer it to Magners.
An ad that depicted Suzuki cars as fairground dodgems has avoided a ban from the ad watchdog despite attracting 35 complaints that it encouraged irresponsible driving.
Entrepreneur Terence Kwok is building a $1bn hospitality company on the back of a product that solves the traveller's problem of getting mobile connectivity while abroad.
ISBA has welcomed Facebook's commitment to audit and police app developers' past and present access to user data and to share developments with advertisers.
ISBA director of public affairs Tanya Joseph is working to assemble a forum for members to share their experiences of pursuing greater diversity in their marketing teams and partners.
Media agency leaders expressed frustrations over the lack of understanding among client marketing and procurement teams of what it takes to run digital media-buying operations in the current environment.
Marks & Spencer admits that making sure its marketing is inclusive for all of its 33 million customers is "not second nature", according to its head of customer experience Maria Koutsoudakis.
The success of Ryanair's marketing is in its simple strategy and speed of execution, its marketing operations director Matthias Wenk told the audience at Advertising Week Europe today.
Creature of London, the seven-year old indie agency, has set up a separately-branded strategic consultancy to sell business advice where the answer is not marketing.
Agencies are embracing diversity but need to pay as much attention to supporting people who haven't been to university as they currently are to gender equality, Advertising Week Europe heard today.
Vivendi, the French media conglomerate that owns Havas, has admitted defeat in its attempt to buy control of computer games publisher Ubisoft.
The ad industry must understand that creativity thrives on diversity and people from ethnic minorities should tell themselves they are part of the solution, Sir John Hegarty has insisted.
WPP is reacting to top marketers' calls for their agencies to change by delivering more agile and creatively-driven agency structures, Sir Martin Sorrell has told the ad industry.
ISBA is encouraging advertisers to tackle hate speech they encounter on social media by flagging it with the hashtag #challengehate and reporting it to platform owners as well as, if appropriate, the police.