Publicis Groupe announced today that Arthur Sadoun will become the holding company's next chairman and CEO, effective June 1. Sadoun will take over the role from Maurice Lévy.

Thirty-two designers and representatives from 30 manufacturers traveled to sunny Miami Beach for Interior Design's Re:Source event, which kicked off on January 23, 2017.

Lighting manufacturer LZF Lamps is renowned for their sculptural fixtures hand-crafted from wood veneer.

Sonny Perdue may have one of the toughest assignments of any member of Trump’s cabinet as Secretary of Agriculture: He’ll have to defend free trade in an administration stocked with skeptics.
Selskabet bag Odense Lufthavn og en central partner i regeringens ambitiøse dronestrategi har misbrugt offentlige midler, lyder de hårde anklager fra MyDroneAcademy. Virksomheden har klaget til EU-Kommissionen over den påståede ulovlige statsstøtte.

The New York offices of DDB announced a series of four promotions and new hires today.

Former group business director Melissa Martinez is now chief marketing officer, the first to hold that title in New York. Global business director Michael Collins has been promoted to partner and managing director. The agency also hired Condé Nast veteran Kimberly Bernhardt to serve as managing partner and Alexander Rea as its first creative technology officer.

It's been a white-hot week so far for digital marketing statistics. We've seen numbers roll in about Reddit viewers, digital-media growth, bad ads, web bots, Amazon Echo, ecommerce and the hit film La La Land.

Check out these dozen data points that grabbed our attention:

Yellow Tail isn't letting beer have all the fun in this year's Super Bowl. The wine brand is in the Big Game for the first time with a regional spot that helped it circumvent Anheuser-Busch's exclusive alcohol category ad rights for the Super Bowl.

A reversal off slope resistance shifts our focus lower with the decline now eyeing initial support objectives. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.

This week, an online battle is being fought 140 characters at a time. Three separate incidents sparked off the current agitation on Twitter.