MPs speaking in a debate on the effect of advertising on childhood obesity have called for a ban on TV ads for foods high in fat, salt or sugar before the 9pm watershed.
For years it was the unloved child of the drinks family - but alcohol-free beer has reinvented itself and marketers are taking note.
The British Army has introduced a subtle evolution of its positioning in its latest recruitment campaign, which launched at the weekend.
The Christmas sales period is crunch time for retailers: how did the big players get on?
Coca-Cola Great Britain has remade a humorous 2006 spot in which the elderly Mr Hadley gets his first taste of Coca-Cola.
Cadbury is seeking to restore its status as a "fabric of the nation" brand in a new campaign that will shine a light on everyday moments of generosity and kindness.
Tesco chief executive Dave Lewis has painted a positive picture of the supermarket's Christmas trading, despite turmoil caused by the collapse in November of Palmer & Harvey.
John Lewis recorded a market-beating performance over the Christmas period, with like-for-like sales up 3.1% over the last six weeks of the year.
Former Ladbrokes Coral marketing boss Kristof Fahy has joined booking website Hostelworld as its first chief customer officer.
After Diageo was slapped on the wrist for its Captain Morgan Snapchat Lens, would grown-up brands be wise to avoid the social media platform so beloved of teens?
Huge publicity has surrounded the British Army's forthcoming new recruitment campaign after some of the ads found their way onto the internet ahead of the official campaign launch.
There is no sign that the rapid growth enjoyed by Aldi and Lidl is slowing down, after both discounters saw sales increase 16.8% year-on-year in the last twelve weeks of 2017.
Betsafe is aiming to establish once and for all which sport involves greater skill, football or rugby, in a video content series featuring superstars from Manchester City and Saracens.
Bottles of Coca-Cola classic will be both smaller and more expensive after the long-awaited soft drinks levy comes into force in April.
Birds Eye's eponymous Captain is back in a new campaign for the brand's fish fingers - and he has a new kind of vibe.
Waitrose has become the first supermarket to officially introduce a minimum age for the sale of high-caffeine drinks.
Accolade Wines, the owner of Hardys and Echo Falls, has appointed Moët Hennessy's David White as UK marketing director.
Dentsu Aegis Network has acquired promotion and loyalty solutions provider HelloWorld, which will become part of Merkle Loyalty Solutions.
Cadbury is releasing a limited number of Creme Eggs made with white chocolate and offering cash prizes to those that find them in a Willy Wonka-esque competition.
The Voice will have a new sponsor in the form of mobile network Giffgaff when it returns for a second series on ITV on Saturday night.