He didn't kill himself by putting pencils in his nostrils and slamming his face into a desk! He didn't get the job because he was dying of cancer! He's very much still alive!
What genius process leads to ideas like "clear Marmite", "pug boots" and "the ASOS clip-on man bun"?
He's been used to advertise everything from movies to nightclubs and hasn't got a penny out of it.
A chat with William Davies, author of The Happiness Industry, a book that looks at why governments, media companies and marketeers have an increasing interest in our wellbeing.
Plagued by poverty and mental illness, William Gibby sold his face to internet companies. Now he's trying to get it back.
Some people in bikinis and two women off Gogglebox got together in Hyde Park to make it clear they don't like being told what kind of body they should have.
A character-by-character rundown of what we've learned from the first seven seasons.
George Lois, who helped create legendary ad campaigns during the Creative Revolution, is sometimes referred to as the inspiration for Don Draper.
According to creator Dez Dolly, the viral video started out as branded content before it "scared the living shit" out of the sponsor.
The future of socia
White supremacists have New Year's resolutions, too. Most of them involve the subjugation of minorities. Also, puppies.
Glossy magazine covers remain perilously white – due to advertisers' fears about selling to black people.