Patrick Coffee

Patrick Coffee

Patrick Coffee is a senior editor for Adweek, where he specializes in covering agencies, brands and industry trends. He is editor of Adweek's AgencySpy blog and Industry Bulletin.

Ad Industry’s Efforts to Influence Congress on Data Privacy Laws Met With Deep Skepticism

The ‘Privacy for America’ coalition works to lobby lawmakers.

Peloton Launches Digital Review Ahead of Rumored IPO Filing

Sources say brand scrapped the first round of agency contenders.

NRA’s Longtime Ad Agency Disputes ‘False Claims’ in Lawsuit Over Millions in Billings

Ackerman McQueen has worked on the business for 38 years, creating ads and producing NRATV.

Omnicom Beats Analysts’ Expectations for Q1 Despite Missing Total Revenue Goals

The holding company reported 2.5% organic growth.

Healthcare Startup Oscar Seeks New Agency Partner After Hiring Old Navy CMO

Joshua Kushner co-founded the company, which has worked with Mother.

Q&A: Publicis CEO Argues Epsilon Acquisition Is Really All About Powering Creativity

Arthur Sadoun compares his company's decision to Accenture buying Droga5.

Publicis Dives Deeper Into Data With $4.4 Billion Epsilon Acquisition

The news marks the holding company's largest-ever deal.

L’Oreal’s Bold New Ad Campaign Has a Message for Men: Hire More Women

Cosmetics become charts that demonstrate the benefits of female leadership in this new effort from McCann.

Trump Confidante Turned Tell-All Memoirist Adds ‘Ad Agency President’ to His Resume

'Talent isn't partisan,' says Telegraph Creative CEO on the hire of Cliff Sims.

Q&A: Accenture and Droga5 Leaders Talk Compromise, Cultural Unity and ‘Don Draper Characters’

'Every holding company has tried to broker a deal with us,' according to David Droga.