In the 50 years since its launch, Campaign has consistently held a mirror up to an advertising industry that quickly evolved into one of the most influential and glamorous places to work.
Has the chief executive role become the most toxic job in advertising? It's certainly now one of the most precarious.
Print ad revenue is on the rise again, but have agencies lost the craft skills required to maximise this opportunity?
Remi Babinet explains why he's having to reboot BETC London and how a new management line-up will help
BETC is rebooting its London agency with a new structure that aligns it more closely with its Paris-based parent and Nick Docherty is joining the London team from Wieden & Kennedy to be head of strategy.
Football might not have come home this summer, but creativity did.
Ogilvy has kicked off Cannes Lions by announcing a new commitment to raising the number of women, including importantly more women of colour, in its creative departments around the world.
There will be more than just creative work on trial at this year's Cannes Lions festival.
Ogilvy is ditching Mather, introducing a new corporate identity and cementing months of streamlining with a simplified organisational structure that chief executive John Seifert says will "build a new model for our industry".
Just Eat's global chief marketing officer Barnaby Dawe is leaving the company as part of a restructure of the business that will see the creation of a new chief customer officer role.
What will define the next era after Martin Sorrell? How do we want our industry to look and behave from here?
Campaign's School Reports are out, so which agencies impressed us, why do some agencies score themselves so much higher than we do, and what does it all mean for the state of our industry?
David Abraham, the former chief executive of Channel 4, is launching a company that will unite the skills of programming creation and advertising, underpinned by data capabilities.
Sir Martin Sorrell's departure ends the recent turmoil, but WPP must change.
The latest edition of the Campaign Podcast explores the future of sports marketing.
The primacy of individual agency brands within holding companies is coming under intense scrutiny, and this could have long-term effects on creativity.
The Campaign podcast sits down with creative leaders behind John Lewis' Christmas ad and Amazon's Super Bowl spot to find out what it's really like to work under that kind of pressure.
Two former Unilever marketers have joined forces with the Mother-backed incubator Broody to launch a new detergent brand that aims to disrupt the laundry market by selling direct to consumers through letterbox delivery.
Ogilvy has promoted Ogilvy PR's EMEA chief Michael Frohlich to chief executive of Ogilvy UK, heading up all the integrated businesses.
As Mother turns 21, Campaign's global editor-in-chief looks at how the agency set a new standard for British creativity.
Nick Law, the global chief creative officer of R/GA, is leaving the company after 17 years to take on the newly created role of chief creative officer across Publicis Groupe and president of Publicis Communications.