WPP chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell will be questioned by the House of Lords on a number of topics related to the future of advertising.
Designed to "comfortably fit four adults and a bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken", KFC US hopes the internet escape pod is just what consumers will need this holiday season.
After outbidding Sky in August for exclusive ATP tour tennis rights, Amazon has now expanded its deal with ATP to include live and distribution rights for 37 ATP World Tour events.
The "Man Box", or the set of attributes that rigidly defines masculinity, is harmful and an issue Axe/Lynx has decided to address, said Rik Strubel, the brand's global vice-president.
Advertisers believe agencies have failed to adapt to programmatic and that there should be a radical overhaul of the agency model.
A study of over 2,000 ad campaigns has found that, pound for pound, TV advertising out-performs all other media investments.
The Telegraph has worked with Amazon to craft a daily news flash briefing specially for the Echo Show which launches today.
M/SIX has appointed a new global leadership line-up with two new senior hires and a series of internal promotions.
Irish voice AI start-up, Voysis, has launched a commerce platform it claims will allow any e-commerce company to stand up their own brand-specific, native voice experience.
The Marketing Group is launching a global media agency, called Truth, that's built to use blockchain smart contract technology.
Snapchat has rolled its advertising self-service tools onto one platform with Ad Manager 2.0.
When asked what was, in his opinion, the greatest threat to humanity's future, chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov answered: "complacency".
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Timed for the lauch of Xbox One X, Doritos is rolling out a campaign on the device featuring YouTube gamers.
Persuading customers to visit and buy in-store is all about retailers using tech to enable ease of payment, while keeping shoppers entertained, finds global technology editor Emily Tan.
When asked whom he thought is the best marketer in the world, chief executive of Medialink, Michael Kassan, responded "Donald Trump".
If you think about it, all computer interfaces have been designed for communication with the computer, not with humans, Amazon's chief technology officer Werner Vogels said at Web Summit.
Campaigns that ran on Facebook and Instagram had a mostly positive effect on consumer attitudes towards the brand, proved an exhaustive study by Kantar Millward Brown and Saïd Business School, University of Oxford.
Ogilvy has become a holding company and has to focus on becoming more than a bunch of parts, the agency's worldwide chairman and chief executive John Seifert said at Web Summit.
Uber's pie-in-the-sky dream for airborne ridesharing seems to be getting more concrete with deadlines, partners and locations announced at Web Summit.