The food giant eyes new CMO position amid restructuring that will erase up to 600 jobs worldwide.
Two very young Romeo and Juliets perform a scene from Shakespeare's tragedy in the latest episode of Apple's "Practically magic" campaign.
Money is at the top of consumers' Christmas lists; they're just embarrassed to ask, says CMO Patrick Adams
Pepe, the Real Madrid and Portugal defender, can not wait to get into his new Umbro Medusae boots in this spot for the sports brand.
John Hodgman, Justin Long and scriptwriter Jason Sperling share stories of the legendary Apple campaign and revisit unaired scripts.
No single solution will ever truly work, but flexibility is required, writes the founder of Chant.
How an excruciating seven-month quest for an idea Steve Jobs didn't hate gave birth to one of the funniest, most effective campaigns in Apple's history, told by the writers, crew and actors who created it 10 years ago.
Keith Lemon returns in Carphone Warehouse's "proper Christmassy" TV ad.
The film is the second campaign to come out of HuffPost RYOT
Do you have the right skills to stay ahead of the competition? Bob Van Rossum, veteran marketing recruiter and president at MarketPro, outlines seven critical skillsets your marketing may need in 2017.
After half-a-century, the necromancers have finally defeated rationalism.
In a "candid" sit-down with TV New Zealand, the former Saatchi & Saatchi chairman says his statements were misunderstood and taken out of context
Almost 3,000 people were killed or seriously injured on English roads while driving in the rain last year. Highways England is attempting to change these figures with a campaign that warns motorists about the dangers of wet roads.
Brexit, unrequited love and shopping tantrums, KFC tackles them all in the brand's series of Christmas ads.
David Beckham's tattoos come to life to animate some of the harrowing experiences faced by children around the world.
Replicas of the bank's famous felines, Stephen and Stitt, are wearing bright colors in a show of support for the LGBT community.
We saw the convergence of programmatic media buying and CRM in 2016. In 2017, we will see that go further.
Omnicom Media Group survey says brands that focus only on conflict resolution are living in the past.
When many in adland are reaching the top of the ladder, others can suddenly find themselves sliding down back to square one, Rooney Carruthers writes.
Miriam Margolyes reads the true account of Janet, an elderly woman who will be spending Christmas alone this year.
Values-based decision-making without cultural perspective is a dangerous pursuit, writes the founder of New Heartland Group.
How many times have I put on a mask to avoid being perceived as "too black," asks the president of Ming Utility and Entertainment.
AT&T, Happy Socks use influencers for product launches after another week of FTC concern.
Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R's Jonathan Burley and CHI & Partners' Yan Elliott review ads from John Lewis, Hostelworld, Asda, Debenhams and Boots.
BBDO New York worked with the nonprofit to advocate for interventions on gun violence
British Gas joins forces with sister brand Hive for the first time in a Christmas tearjerker promoting the smart home proposition.
HeeYoun Yang hired to run the new unit as managing director.
It will be hard for competitors to match this kind of offering through acquisition, says Results International's managing partner.
A new employee-run 'zine offers an outlet for overlooked issues
MullenLowe creates a snackable print ad for New York Post readers
Data is transforming the creative process, providing hard numbers for clients and facts to support creative intuition, writes the chief creative officer of Innocean USA.
JWT creates a CEO role for China and fills it from McCann; Publicis nabs the Kingfisher Ultra account in India; Estée Lauder uses Facebook Messenger to deliver in the UK; and a streaming service in Malaysia and the Philippines adds 1 million subscribers in a month.
The Department for Transport's Think! campaign has launched a Facebook 360 post to raise awareness of the fact that 60% of UK road fatalities occur on quiet country roads.
When she's not engrossed in J.K. Rowling's attempts to combat internet trolls, Amanda Lane can be found watching documentaries on Netflix or listening to The Internet on the subway.
The Furby-esque stuffed animal is on every child's Christmas list--and for good reason
More than 100,000 people have already signed a #DumpKelloggs petition.
The search giant simply provides more transparency than "snobbish" agencies, says European CMO.
From W+K to a boat and his own agency, The Community's CCO never wants to be boring.
Co-op's Christmas campaign pays tribute to community groups that have benefitted from the retailer's cause fund.
The need for brands to be responsible global citizens is now more essential than ever, write the co-authors of "Good is the New Cool."
Met Police is celebrating the everyday heroism of Londoners as part of its #BeSafe crime prevention campaign.
TBWA\Chiat\Day LA has the perfect gift for Stars Hollow junkies
The audio tech brand hired a photographer to preserve what is left of the walls.
ALS League Belgium has jumped on the viral success of the mannequin challenge to raise awareness of ALS, the deadly nerve muscle disease.
Industry experts share what marketers need to know before making a technology investment.
Group M is to set up a new business that will bring its data, analytics and technology together with those from sister agencies, Kantar, Millward Brown and Wunderman.
Sprint win propels Droga5. CHI & Partners and DDB also move up thanks to auto wins. Omnicom's Heart and Science dominates the media chart.
The director of brand strategy at Grey San Francisco gives a briefing on the lessons learned from the surprising results of the election.
Audiences are falling in love with this tale of inter-religious pals who share more than faith, according to Ace Metrix.
Why the saccharine "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" could spell trouble for the edgy streaming network.