Sadiq Khan, the mayor of London, has asked the capital's transport company to meet with Uber's chief executive following the company's open letter of apology for its mistakes.
Jicwebs, the Joint Industry Committee for Web Standards in the UK and Ireland, has introduced a new certification for companies that provide anti-fraud products.
Intu, the shopping centres owner, is working with retailers to promote Autism Hour.
Execs from JWT, J&J, and DanoneWeave react to the results of a new Geena Davis Institute study.
Unilever is unveiling a new framework for its marketers that will form the backbone of its brand strategies going forward.
M&C Saatchi has claimed its 10% increase in half-year revenues shows its strategy of moving beyond traditional advertising and media-buying is paying off at a time when big holding companies are suffering.
Domino's shows the versatility of its pizza in a campaign introducing a new strapline, "The official food of everything".
Ikea created a sculpture of a peregrine falcon from allen keys for the opening of its new store in Sheffield, as part of its "Wonderful everyday" tour to brighten up the city.
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The response to Transport for London's decision not to renew Uber's licence is a vignette for our times.
Key trends for marketers and agencies who want to win in today's sports marketing environment.
As Ryanair has shown, trust is easier for brands to lose and harder to win back than ever, writes Zone's chief strategy officer.
Pointy, an Irish start-up that helps local retailers get their products online has raised $6m (£4.42m) in funding.
VCCP's debut campaign for Domino's positions the pizza delivery brand as "The official food of everything" with six TV spots.
The company announces an automated process by which its customers will be refunded.
The company ignored a culture of illegal overtime, the president has acknowledged.
Honesty. Forget it being the best policy, it's the only policy for creating compelling and credible content anywhere fake news flourishes
Marketers can use observed data to see how people actually think and behave. Just remember there is bias in every data set, Manning Gottlieb OMD's Richard Shotton argues.
Home appliance and personal electronics brand Philips has launched a new global marketing initiative that will let customers set the agenda for Philips' social causes for 2018.
We will see more adversity in advertising and it's no bad thing, says the VCCP founder and chairman.
Tullamore Dew takes inadvertent swipe at Trump's immigration rhetoric in campaign celebrating human blend
A new global campaign for Tullamore Dew evokes historical parallels with its references to historical anti-Irish discrimination - but its current political significance was an accident of timing, the Irish whiskey's brand director told Campaign.
Coke is set to release its first ever in-game advertising spot in the forthcoming Fifa 18.
Renault's new concept car has made its first UK debut as part of a design lab during Design Junction.
American Airlines has become the first company to use geofencing on a moving object in an ad campaign that uses London's black cabs to deliver ads to the mobiles of pedestrians.
Boxpark, the pop-up food and retail site, is launching its third site in Wembley.
Uber's past behaviour hasn't helped its case with Transport for London but does revoking its license send the wrong message about the capital?
A golden summer of women's sport has not shifted the investment gap and not enough big brands are investing, but it is time for change.
Transport for London has refused to renew Uber's private hire licence to operate in London because it is "not fit and proper" and has demonstrated a "lack of corporate responsibility".
EA Sports, the gaming company, debuted its new Fifa 18 computer game with a series of matches that were live streamed across social media last night.
Friction Free Shaving's (FFS) first digital campaign has been banned by Facebook because it involves a nude woman, modesty bars notwithstanding.
Sara Tate is the final piece in TBWA\London's management trio looking to bring back the agency's mojo. She talks to Campaign about her plans.
Great Western Railway has revived children's book characters The Famous Five in an animated brand campaign aiming to spark people's love for rail travel.
Public Health England has unveiled a three-year strategy up to 2020, which places technology at the heart of its mission to improve the nation's health.
Transport for London announced this morning that it was withdrawing Uber's licence to operate in the capital. The reaction from social media was one of little consensus, but plenty of strong views.
Public Health England has appointed Ogilvy UK to create a digital campaign aimed at encouraging young people to use condoms over the festive season.
Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward told investors he expects Facebook and Amazon to "enter the mix" when the Premier League TV rights come up later this year.