The current coronavirus outbreak has led to an opportunity and in most cases a need to revaluate business goals and priorities.
Britain's biggest agency group, headquartered in London, currently employs 107,000 staff around the world.
London-based SupaPass, the all-in-one website and mobile app solution, has raised a further $600,000 of funding, taking its total investment to $3.5m raised.
One of the presenters of new daily BBC One show HealthCheck UK Live had to be replaced at the last minute today after being struck down by suspected coronavirus.
MindsEye has announced the launch of HomeStudio, a community of home-based filmmakers.
BBC Radio 1, Radio 2, 6 Music, 1Xtra and the Asian Network will be joining forces next week for the BBC’s Great British Singalong, a mass singalong designed to lift the nation’s spirits.
Food delivery startup Deliveroo is to make 500,000 meals available for free to NHS workers.
Workers at Amazon's UK warehouses are being told to work overtime to tackle a huge surge in demand due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Creative agency ELVIS has promoted James Hudson and Rob Griffiths to the role of Creative Director.
WPP and Omnicom are among a number of employers to have introduced a work-from-home policy for all staff in the wake of the escalating coronavirus crisis.
krow has been tasked with developing a new brand positioning and strategy for retailer Toolstation after a pitch involving three other agencies.
Actor and entertainer Roy Hudd, who hosted BBC Radio 2's The News Huddlines for 26 years and also starred in Coronation Street, has died aged 83.