Publicis' recently acquired Epsilon played a key role in the pitch.
The chairman of the Australian consumer watchdog says the country will act alone if necessary to regulate the tech giants.
Fresh from settling a US$5 billion fine with the US Federal Trade Commission for violating user privacy, Facebook is now in hot water for its audio review practices.
Verizon is unloading the microblogging site for a "nominal" sum, six years after Yahoo paid more than US$1 billion for it.
No 'material change' in the threat from consultants such as Accenture.
As online e-commerce growth slows, JD.com is following in the footsteps of Alibaba and Baidu to target the offline advertising market.
Facebook will pay rights to news outlets for content, report says.
Advertisers plan to increase investment in advanced TV by nearly one-third (29%) over the next five years as time spent catches up to traditional linear TV, according to Dataxu.
Kevin Rooney to lead new Sydney office.
The remit includes brands such as Frontline and NexGard.
Social video site known for lip-syncing uploads chooses Omnicom for global media planning and buying outside of China.
You know Weibo and WeChat...QQ and Baidu..perhaps Douyin and Pinduoduo. But do you recall the significance of BiliBili, Kuaishou, Momo, Zhihu and Paipai?
The fund's managing director, Ken Matsumoto, explains how he hopes supporting international content and media properties will also help make Japan more competitive.
Havas is expected to repitch.
DDB, Ogilvy, Leo Burnett, Wavemaker, OMD and UM are among the agencies shifting positions in R3's latest tally of APAC new business. Plus, see the top 10 APAC wins.
Does brand recall get worse the more we see online ads?
Twitter also confirmed it will begin putting warning labels on hate speech by elected politicians.
Amazon is ramping up its marketing for AWS to stave off growing competition, while at the same time its own advertising revenue is bearing fruit.
"Being recognised on a regional level next to some incredibly experienced women helps speak to the merit and impact of my work—rather than the gender and tenure that sits behind it." Last year's Women To Watch explain what nomination meant to them.
Double FTC investigations cast shadow over better-than-expected Q2 results.