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The incident has identified all kinds of tools and tactics that are relevant to the advertising industry.
Wylie became a household name amid Facebook's data scandal
Christopher Wylie talks to Campaign about creativity and data misuse.
Breast Cancer Now has appointed Adam & Eve/DDB as the strategic and creative agency for its Fashion Targets Breast Cancer campaign.
John Hegarty and Nils Leonard share a cab ride and a chat
Grey Group has launched a global consulting arm and put UK chief executive Leo Rayman at the helm.
What does it take to create a successful new drinks brand? Kate Magee finds out from the founder of non-alcoholic spirit brand Seedlip and the founder of Diageo's innovation accelerator.
Electrolux, the household-appliances manufacturer, is reviewing its creative requirements across Europe as it aims to become more consumer-focused.
King has retained WCRS as its global creative agency following its sale to gaming giant Activision.
Which? has appointed Grey London as it looks to become a stronger campaigning force for consumers.
Peroni Nastro Azzurro is reviewing its creative requirements following a change in ownership from SABMiller to Asahi Group.
Red Brick Road has appointed its first non-executive directors Bobi Carley and David Watson to help accelerate growth.
Zak Brown, McLaren's executive director and chairman of Motorsport Network, talks to Kate Magee about the future of Formula 1, why US companies are missing a trick and how the sport needs to regain its entertainment appeal.
Ed Warren, co-founder of Creature of London, is joining Sunshine as chief creative officer.
Alpen, the Weetabix Food Company muesli brand, is reviewing its advertising agency requirements.
Honda UK has handed its broadcast sponsorship work back to Wieden & Kennedy after replacing the shop with Karmarama a year ago. W&K picked up the brief after a competitive pitch.
Kate Magee did a double take when she first saw the new Spotify campaign on TV.
Marks & Spencer is urging the nation to "spend it well" in a new brand campaign that marks a "radical departure" from its previous marketing.
Breaking new ground might not be the best route to success, Derek Thompson tells Kate Magee.