Bite and Lexis PR owner Next Fifteen has reported a 44 per cent rise in operating profit to £12.7m in the 12 months to 31 January, and announced two more acquisitions to grow its content and creative capabilities.
Hispanic Millennials account for one in five of the 92 million Millennials in the US.
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Golin opens office in Moscow; Protestors gather in Baltimore after man dies in police custody; South Korea brings on Finn Partners.
Publicis Groupe saw organic revenue grow 0.9 per cent in the first quarter of 2015 - despite significant declines in the UK, Russia and Brazil - with digital now accounting for more than half of revenue.
The London-based firm also brought on Richard Ford as its US creative director, reporting to MaryLee Sachs.
BuzzFeed wipes out three posts for advertisers, according to internal memo; Elmo helps the surgeon general encourage vaccinations; IPG buys a TV analytics firm.
Stubo will take on the new interim CMO role in addition to her current responsibilities.
The merger of Cision and Gorkana has been put on hold until June, while UK regulators decide whether to accept proposals put forward by Cision owner GTCR.
Huntsworth's new CEO Paul Taaffe has told PRWeek he expects the business to return to growth within one year.
Edelman is to buy Dubai-based PR agency Dabo & Co to create a "regional powerhouse" in the Middle East.
John Wren, president and chief executive at Omnicom, earned $24 million (£16 million) in 2014 - a 33 per cent increase compared to last year.
Global PR group Huntsworth saw pre-tax profits fall by around 20 per cent in 2014, driven by operating margins almost halving at its Grayling agency.
Report: 'Rolling Stone' failed to do basic journalism in University of Virginia story; 'Mad Men' is back; Obama makes his case for Iran deal.
Edelman is to close its Russian operation because it thinks the economic situation in the country has made business "increasingly difficult".
'Daily Show' heir apparent already under fire; Indiana media calls out state "religious freedom" law; Heineken reorganizes top marketing, sales jobs.
The next host of The Daily Show was a relative unknown in the US, at least until Monday morning.
More than three-quarters of journalists surveyed by the firm say they use video created externally.
Three years after launching HGTV Magazine, editor-in-chief Sara Peterson shares how the publication stays fresh.
Fortune's senior special correspondent Susie Gharib talks about transitioning to broadcast journalism and why she rejoined the outlet in February.
Matthew Breen, editor-in-chief, The Advocate, speaks to Laura Nichols about the LGBT title's evolution in print and online, and how it chose its controversial person of the year.
Audrey Cooper, managing editor, San Francisco Chronicle, speaks to Laura Nichols about juggling two websites and a print product and the importance of local journalism.
Zach Seward, senior editor, Quartz, discusses the media outlet's website redesigns, its approach to native advertising, and the title's latest addition, The Brief.
Matthew Belloni, executive editor and blogger for The Hollywood Reporter, speaks to Lindsay Stein about the entertainment legal world and competing with showbiz outlets.
Neha Gandhi, executive editor at Refinery29, a lifestyle and fashion property, speaks about recent changes at the site and forging relationships with readers.
Deirdre Bolton, host of Fox Business Network's Risk & Reward, speaks about how she broke into the TV industry and how the show interacts with viewers on social media.
Byron Pitts, ABC anchor, speaks to Lindsay Stein about leveraging social media to drive people back to TV, his interview wish list, and what to expect from the network in the coming year.
Jake Tapper, anchor on CNN's The Lead with Jake Tapper, talks to Diana Bradley about the show's first year on air and how social plays an integral role in shaping content.