When it comes to retail, consumers are demanding a state of constant innovation against a backdrop of ever-rising expectations. Shona Ghosh investigates the industry's global future.
Change4Life has launched a food tracker app in its annual January health push, helping parents keep an eye on kids' salt, sugar and fat intake.
If the unscientifically small sample of Campaign's most read opinion pieces are anything to go by, marketers, media and adland were fascinated by the world burning in 2016.
Prince, David Bowie and Gene Wilder are among the luminaries given their last curtain call by a trio of VCCP creatives, who have collated their best work online.
Sky is pushing its broadband service with a series of ads starring Lego Batman, created in partnership with Warner Bros Pictures.
Comparethemarket.com has unveiled its Christmas Day ad campaign - a spot themed around the movie Frozen, starring baby Oleg and his friend Ayana.
Public Health England will put data and digital at the heart of its three-year marketing plan to 2020, set to be unveiled next year.
A man who placed his own EU referendum ad in the Metro has been fined £4000 by the Electoral Commission for failing to include all the necessary details.
Lyst's chief marketing officer, Christian Woolfenden, resigned from the start-up in November and is set to take up a new role.
The Telegraph has added more digital specialists to its commercial team with the appointments of Steven Filler and James Muil.
WPP has confirmed that three of its subsidiaries have been subpoenaed by the US Department of Justice, as part of the latter's investigation into production practices.
Straitened finances, stress and, alarmingly, domestic violence have all contributed to a rise in calls to industry charity Nabs.
If 2016 was the year of video, then 2017 will see more software consolidation as the big tech giants try and own the entire user journey.
Fox has reached an agreement with Sky on a takeover which values the UK broadcast company at £18.5bn.
Nestlé's competitors could start producing their own four-fingered chocolate bars after the company lost its EU trademark protection for KitKat.
Unruly will integrate an IBM Watson API into its new data-driven offering to up the effectiveness of digital video ads.
The Lad Bible group has launched a "branded entertainment" agency called Joyride to help brands reach its portfolio of sites, including the Sport Bible and Pretty52.
Google's parent company, Alphabet, has spun off its self-driving car project into a separate entity called Waymo.
Channel 4 is hoping for its own Red Bull "Stratos" moment by airing a live stunt to promote the upcoming Assassin's Creed release in cinemas.
Instagram's Stories function has made it easier for users to stumble accidentally on inappropriate content through search.