Google has reported a $4.76bn (£3.16bn) quarterly profit, up 30% on the year before, with revenue growth of 15% to $18.1bn.
Budweiser's Super Bowl ad "lost puppy" has topped this week's Campaign Viral Chart, which features several spots created for the game on Sunday.
Tracy de Groose, the chief executive of Dentsu Aegis Network UK, has been promoted to its EMEA executive board, following the appointment of Rob Horler as the network's first US chief executive.
Sainsbury's has signed a deal with Argos to open 10 new digital format stores within its supermarkets.
Andrew Miller, the chief executive of Guardian Media Group, is to leave the company at the end of June after five years in the role.
Global brand absorbs EHS and will house Havas Worldwide's data and digital skills.
Amazon made a profit of $214m (£142m) in the last three months of 2014, which included the Christmas trading period, down $25m on last year's performance.
Robert Webb, the comedy actor, returns in the Post Office's campaign for sub brand Post Office Money.
Campaign US is hosting its very own Super Bowl party, and you're invited.
Sir Peter Bazalgette, the chair of Arts Council England and former chairman of Endemol, has called on the creative industries to work together to improve diversity.
Labour's Chris Bryant won the vote of delegates at the Advertising Association's media showdown at the Lead summit by a landslide
Unilever CMO Keith Weed said that digital ads are failing to reach up to half of their target and has said the industry needs to boost the hit rate to 100%.
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