Daryl Fielding, who has worked with both companies, gives her view on the aborted merger.
Publicis Media has expanded its end-to-end service, NextTechNow, which pairs clients with tech startups to Shanghai, Singapore, Warsaw and Dubai.
A new feature takes a shot at Snapchat just ahead of its IPO
Andrew McKechnie will report directly to CMO Diego Scotti.
British Airways Holidays picks the #unforgettable moment of father and son Robert and Connor for a campaign that recreates travellers' holiday memories.
"My expectation is they feed me with inspiring ingredients, and I take things from there."
Deutsch, Richards Group help the brand with a bold pivot in search of new customers.
Sparkle Paper Towels, American Kennel Club and Pizza Hut played cupid on Valentine's Day
The LA-based nail artist dresses like Barbie, eats from Barbie plates and even sleeps in a Barbie bed.
Metrics tracking systems provide instant access to dozens of different data sources, but your marketing efforts may be relying on misleading and inaccurate information.
Network hits with black stars draw multi-cultural audiences, according to Nielsen.
Meet Bill. He's a farmer, a dreamer and the star of Arla Foods' latest ad for its organic milk range.
Eurostar pushes its image beyond the functional with a playful ad inspired by New Wave cinema.
Have we reached peak flat white?
McCann London's Laurence Thomson and MullenLowe London's Richard Denney review ads from Royal Mail, Skittles, Campari, Co-op and National Citizen Service.
Build an elite team of video marketing masters.
Even being on hold for hours on the phone is not enough to break a man's love for his eight-year-old niece in the first TV ad for Vodafone created by Ogilvy & Mather.
Kraft Heinz has made a sensational offer to acquire its FMCG rival Unilever, it has announced.
Ralph Lauren has hired former Vice and Bartle Bogle Hegarty strategist Jonathan Bottomley as the fashion brand's first chief marketing officer.
The yearlong experiment in modesty ends, but the battle over the magazine's future rages on.
Six-second videos have maximum impact on brand awareness, finds a new Magna study.
When this NYU grad isn't managing AT&T and Samsung campaigns, he's binging "Goliath" on Amazon Prime, reading investigative journalism on longform.org or working as an editor at "Last Magazine."
Don't let the cute dog pics fool you. BarkBox knows the trick to keeping its customers engaged.
Those serious about undertaking such an adventure should look beyond the glamour of an exotic move and get practical, writes the founder of recruitment firm Sasha the Mensch.
Tech professionals were warned to stay away from "the Three Os: Orientals, Old People and Ovaries," alleges the suit.
Verizon now offers unlimited data, meaning consumers have the option on all major carriers.
WWE wrestler Chris Jericho added 1-800-Flowers to his "list" after what he thought was shoddy customer service.
Some Londoners express disgust at unrealistic body image promoted by controversial advertiser.
A bank cashier snacking on Hula Hoops saves the day during a robbery in the brand's new TV ad.
One's global campaign highlights that there is nowhere on earth where women have the same opportunities as men.
Whether it's Unilever, Xbox or Adidas, BBH NY's creative chairman sticks to one simple rule: No one cares what a company has to say.
BBDO NY features unlikely swimsuit models for the third year in a row
The industry's ageism is getting old. Let's prove millennials don't hold a monopoly on tech skills.
The short film from Wieden+Kennedy is part of the magazine's first branded campaign in 10 years, which also features Caitlyn Jenner, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Ta-Nehisi Coates.
Mr Robot's Christian Slater hacks into a financial company's network to demonstrate the importance of securing printers against malware.
Rustlers has created a virtual reality tour of London in 1952 during the great smog, which guides viewers past landmarks such as St Paul's Cathedral and Big Ben.
A new report shows a high willingness among users to engage with advertisers.
The French drinks giant wants to focus on "getting to know customers directly and intimately, rather than getting information from agencies."
Iris debuts its Participation Brand Index, which measures how advertisers harness their communities' power.
Finish's "Who cleans the cleaner?" campaign continues in 2017 by focussing on the strange (and disgusting) combinations that end up together in a dishwasher, from fish soup with rice pudding to scrambled eggs with cat food.
HSBC continues to highlight its tech with a new spot that films a day in the life of Arthur, an 87 year old preparing to take his date out for the first time.
Most agencies offer less than 12 weeks of paid maternity leave, few offer paid paternity leave and none offer paid child care, writes the chief operating officer at The 3% Movement.
Procedurals, military dramas, family sitcoms, and reboots, reboots, reboots!
The holiday-themed promotion will include fan interaction with the cast.
Jaguar Land Rover, one of several brands caught up in a row about inadvertently funding extremist websites through online advertising, has called a global media planning and buying review.
Third chapter of "Love Has No Labels" celebrates diversity and survivors in Orlando.
An uptick in political conversation isn't the only thing changing Facebook.
Mother has created an ad for the Mondelez brand's Ritz Bakery line.
After its intentional Super Bowl live ad disaster, the candy bar brand felt for Adele after she needed a do over of her tribute to George Michael.
The adage "sex sells" isn't just for marketing lingerie; other brands drop some not-so-subtle hints