Why the Traditional Agency Model Is Struggling to Keep Up With Demand

Agency business models have to adapt or risk becoming obsolete.

Multiple U.K. Agencies Admit Departing Male Employees Sent ‘Top 5’ Emails Ranking Female Co-Workers by Attractiveness

Paul Martin, formerly of The&Partnership's London office, apologized

On the Adweek Podcast: SXSW, Apple’s New Ad Masterpiece and the ‘3 Billboards’ Effect

Our editors debate the evolution of SXSW, outdoor advertising's darkly tinged moment in the sun and Spike Jonze's stellar new spot.

Arnold’s New Creative Lead Makes First Key Hire as Agency Looks to Make a Comeback

ECD Fred Saldanha joins the team from Huge.

180 Female Agency Leaders Launch ‘Time’s Up Advertising’ to Address the Industry’s #MeToo Problem

Top execs are working to end harassment and discrimination.

5 Years After Publicis Merger, DigitasLBi Rebrands as Digitas and Adopts a New Mission Statement

The LBi unicorn, however, will stay.

NCAA Launches Latest Brand PSA Focused on Inclusion

On the eve of the annual March Madness college basketball tournament, the NCAA and agency SS+K have launched their latest brand PSA campaign.

Here’s How Agencies Around the World Celebrated International Women’s Day

Grey, BBDO, Ogilvy and others weigh in.

Hyundai Agency Innocean and CCO Eric Springer Sued for Sexual Harassment, Discrimination and Retaliation

A former content director filed the suit.

Unilever Claims to Have Saved 30% on Production Costs After Taking Work In-House

It's part of a larger trend of budget-cutting among America's biggest spenders.