Stephen Foster explains why when it comes to awards the winner takes it all.
Man on the Moon and Mog are still relevant despite events in Paris.
The supermarket goes back to old-fashioned TV advertising in a bid to turn around its business.
Sport and business can be like oil and water – there are times when they just don't mix.
Big brands have spent a lot of money on World Cup campaigns and have a stake in their teams doing well.
Brooks is back with Murdoch at News UK and September is a time of rebirth for other bosses too.
Is WPP proof that biggest is best in advertising?
The MDC Partners/Nadal scandal shines a light on the enduring war between agencies and clients over money.
Travelodge uses puppets in advertising campaign to earn £261m in the past six months.
The power in adland has switched from the creators – the ad agencies – to the distributors.
It's time for new blood at the Cannes International Festival of Creativity and the ad industry.
It may be time to say farewell to Bill Stickers but billboards haven't been left to fade away.
Following the Fifa scandal, many of the world biggest advertisers are now reviewing their media arrangements.
Procter & Gamble's media review could leave its chosen agency working harder for less money.
With the Tories and Labour neck and neck, we can at least offer a view on Miliband's ad victory over Cameron.
Labour has been ahead in the polls despite not hiring a big ticket ad agency like the Tories.
Labour has produced two hard-hitting party political broadcasts through London agency Lucky Generals.
Sir Martin Sorrell says advertisers fail to see that advertising is an investment rather than a cost.
There's no point in a 'conservative' strategy that doesn't deliver a Parliamentary majority.
The biggie is the Cannes International Festival of Creativity that happens in early June.
Ad agency Bartle Bogle Hegarty has a 30-year track record with Audi, Levi's and British Airways - but can it rescue Tesco?
One take-away from Davos is that concentration and consolidation mean the world appears to be getting smaller.
The fortunes of Coke and McDonald's show how changes in the world of marketing and advertising have affected some huge global brands.
In 2014 the major players of global adland might be characterised as dogs that didn't bark.
Stephen Foster: The future's online but Rupert Murdoch shows print isn't dead as Times Newspapers turn a profit
The digital age is supposed to bring about the death of newspapers but the print format is not ready to die out yet.
Ad agencies are no longer commercial dinosaurs and have the magic of Christmas to thank for a turn in fortunes.
Stephen Foster: Forget 'Demon Eyes', David Cameron Will Be Keen to Get His Own 'Labour Isn't Working' Advert
With the general election only months away now, the political parties will be working on ad campaigns to slay their challengers.
It is not just Mad Men's Don Draper who can influence advertising, just ask Mary Wells and Sir Martin Sorrell.