The holding company's lawyers seek to keep its internal investigation private while asking to see Johnson's emails about an alleged job offer.
Faced with a mandated review, the independent agency has instead chosen to end the long-term relationship.
The telco giant's new creative marketing unit will be "a central hub for excellence" and "innovation," says Andrew McKechnie, a former global creative director at Apple.
The CEO of MEC North America will succeed Nancy Hill.
Third chapter of "Love Has No Labels" celebrates diversity and survivors in Orlando.
"I just don't have the bandwidth" to get involved with "creative production," says Credle on the hiring of Levron, former CAA and Ogilvy & Mather ECD.
Our team of international creative experts applauded "principled stands," "protest ads" and "damn-near magical drones."
Our team of international creative experts was unimpressed with "gross" toilet humor, "cheesy innuendo" and "heavy-handed clichés."
Our 12 international judges were torn between comedy and politics this year. See their favorite spots and read their reactions.
From Audi and 84 Lumber's politically charged themes to Snickers live comedy, advertisers took risks hoping for a big payoff.
The former JWT CEO says his "too many Jews" comment was meant to convey his desire to live in a more diverse community.
Her explosive discrimination suit against JWT and its former CEO cracked open the conversation on gender bias and harassment.
CEO Gustavo Martinez created "a workplace cut through with hostility," says judge.
With Saturday Morning, Cartwright and his partners gave the industry a platform to create change.
The creative chief says the key to sustained success is optimism and enthusiasm.
The PR director's duties have been cut back to accommodate her own concerns, not to retaliate, say lawyers.
Since returning to work, the PR director has been kept "in a box" to intimidate other employees, says motion.
An all-GOP government may reverse new overtime rules and FCC privacy rules, say industry leaders.
Two creative chiefs exchange theories about female advancement at the 3% Conference.
When agencies tell their employees that it's vital to diversify, "you seriously alienate straight, white men," said the activist.