‘You have to accept a certain level of disrespect,’ author Salman Rushdie argued at a lively debate on the freedom of speech at the Dalkey Book Festival this afternoon. File. Photograph: Jeremy Suttton-Hibbert/Getty Images

“You have to accept a certain level of disrespect,” author Salman Rushdie argued at a lively debate on the freedom of speech at the Dalkey Book Fes(...)

Major advertising accounts out to pitch include Irish Life, Bank of Ireland and BMW, but the one with the most immediate deadline is for Iarnód Éirean(...)

The Power of Global Teams

This book is about how to build executive teams that win international clients, turn businesses around and accelerate international growth in a global(...)

A still from Ogilvy & Mather’s television ad for TV3 companion app ShowPal, featuring illusionist Keith Barry

ShowPal, TV3’s viewing companion app, is available from the App Store from today and an advertising campaign by the broadcaster’s creative agency, (...)

Chief executive of advertising giant WPP Martin Sorrell. Photograph: Monika Graff/The New York Times

WPP Plc, the world’s largest advertising company, said first-half sales increased 7.1 per cent on stronger growth in the UK and North America, helping(...)

Ogilvy Dublin's provocative and powerful `Stupid Little Bitch' campaign for the ISPCC

Ogilvy Dublin picked up a Bronze Lion at Cannes this week for its work for the ISPCC – the first time an Irish agency has won back-to-back Lions at th(...)

Jonathan Cloonan created Dr You, a TV show in which 25 per cent of the content suggested people should use a particular pharmaceutical brand

New media is changing the face of advertising, with evolving technology forcing agencies to re-think how and where they advertise. While(...)

Students Janice Valentine and Dave Hurley counting down for Portfolio Lab 2013. PHOTOGRAPH: CONOR HEALY

A two-week summer placement at Ogilvy Dublin is up for grabs at the inaugural Portfolio Lab, where up to 60 students and graduates of advertisi(...)

A scene from one of the futuristic Tiger beer ads filmed in Bangkok

Three young men of different ethnic backgrounds enter the homely Oscar’s bar, where shockwaves resonate as they pick up their bottles of Tiger (...)