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Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic craft crashes in California desert

Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo space tourism craft has crashed, leaving at least one person dead.

Banner ads at 20: why don't people want their faces on elves?

Graeme Noble, the executive creative director at TMW, reflects on 20 years of digital.

EE "bufferface" by Saatchi & Saatchi London

EE has released a series of interactive ads starring Kevin Bacon on Facebook to promote its 4G Broadband. The ads were created by Saatchi Saatchi and Facebook s in-house ad team The Creative Shop also provided advice on where best and when to place the ads.

Ad agency does Mad Men send-up

The Toronto-based ad agency Zulu Alpha Kilo, whose clients include Audi, Bell and Corona, has created a self-depreciating film inspired by the TV series Mad Men.

Part One: 'An Introduction, EC1 & YouTube'

Mark Bucknell and Kate Tovey of JCDecaux talk about the launch of Old Street EC1 and its partnership with Google.

Pitch Horror Stories

Ad folk share their stories of pitch woe.

SodaStream boss says 'sorry' over banned Scarlett Johansson Super Bowl ad

SodaStream's chief executive has said sorry and admitted the company "made a mistake spending millions of dollars on a Super Bowl commercial" that saw brand ambassador Scarlett Johansson say "Sorry Coke and Pepsi".

Halloween 2014: from Oreo to Ikea, a round-up of brands tapping into the supernatural

While Catholic priests have this week warned that celebrating Halloween could encourage satanism, brands in the UK and overseas clearly don't share the clergy's view.

Bottle it up or burn out

The performance psychologist Matt Follows asks why advertising no longer nurtures its creative misfits.

WPP posts 3 per cent rise in third-quarter revenue

WPP's third-quarter revenues rose 3.1 per cent to £2.8 billion, according to the company's trading report.

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