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The John Lewis store on Oxford Street

Global new-biz client spotlight: John Lewis and JCPenney reviews see retail billings soar

MG OMD, Wavemaker and Dentsu X among the agencies with big wins

Four Corona Extra bottles

Q1 global new-biz review: Publicis Media and Mindshare lead in global media rankings

Havas and Oglivy claim the top spots on the creative side.

publicis groupe logo

Europe agency rankings: Publicis Media enters league taking pole position

Publicis Groupe finished Q1 at the top among holding companies

Two cans of Chernigivske

Budweiser Brewing Group brings Ukrainian beer brand to The O2

The partnership will support the humanitarian relief effort in Ukraine.

Clockwise from top left: LMVH, Kingfisher-owned B&Q, LimeWire and Nando's

Pitch Update: LVMH, Nando's, B&Q, Matalan, AB InBev and more

Chicken dinners all around for New Commercial Arts which is closing on the creative account for Nando's while Publicis has

Three people cheers with bottles of Stella Artois, Budweiser and Corona as the sun sets

Drinks titan AB InBev serves up global media account

Publicis picked up a majority of the global business with WPP missing out.

Purpose-driven campaigns top Warc Effectiveness 100 ranking

Success of Nike, Unilever et al contradicts purpose detractors.

The Russian invasion has forced companies to shut Ukraine operations (Getty Images)

Brands and agencies on alert to support staff in Ukraine

Companies offer financial support and close offices.

A close-up of a full glass of Stella Artois with the logo reading Stella Please. Accompanying text reads "in support of Hospitality Action"

Stella Artois appeals for manners in Mother PSA

Forthright chef Marco Pierre White fronts 'Stella Please' initiative.

Camden Town Brewery's fresh take on the iconic 2001 Marmite Kiss ad

Love it or hate it: inside Camden Town Brewery recreation of the iconic Marmite Kiss ad

Following the successful launch of Camden Love-Hate Marmite Ale, the AB InBev-owned Kentish Town brewer felt the limited-edition beer deserved