Verizon Opens In-House Agency, Hires Andrew McKechnie From Apple to Run Creative

Former Apple creative director and agency veteran Andrew McKechnie will run the in-house agency.

Covergirl Names Droga5 Its New Lead Creative Agency

Droga5 wins the CoverGirl account from Grey New York.

TGI Friday’s and The Richards Group Reunite to Promote Endless Apps

After losing Chick-Fil-A, the independent Dallas shop scores a new restaurant chain.

Nissan Restructures Its $750 Million Relationship With the Omnicom Network

The company looks to increase the scale of its marketing efforts while moving 'at the speed of culture.'

After Taking Heat for CEO’s Pro-Trump Comments, Under Armour Speaks Out Against Immigration Ban

"We are against a travel ban and believe that immigration is a source of strength, diversity and innovation for global companies based in America," the brand wrote in a statement.

Mattel Picks Publicis Groupe to Continue Its Digital Marketing Evolution

The parent company of Barbie, Hot Wheels, Fisher-Price and American Girl continues its pivot away from DVD and TV-based promotions.

MillerCoors Sends Its $450 Million U.S. Media Business to Publicis Groupe After a Review

The account had been with IPG Mediabrands network Initiative since 2008.

Verizon and Wieden + Kennedy Split After 2 Years

The telecommunications giant hired the independent agency in January 2015 to handle most of its primary brand work.

WPP Wins Walgreens Boots Alliance Account

WPP won Walgreens Boots Alliance's $600 million business.

Wieden + Kennedy Could Be the Perfect Match for Fox Sports After Spending 25 Years With ESPN

Fox Sports announced this week that Wieden + Kennedy would be its first ad agency of record. The agency's New York office will run the business, with the relationship beginning immediately.