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PETA skins humans for London Fashion Week

PETA (people for the ethical treatment of animals) is welcoming London Fashion Week (which starts on Friday) with this film, ‘Runway Reversal,’ from Ogilvy Beijing (do I spot a Graham Fink influence?) showing the tables being turned on humans as ...

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Chinese regulators threaten Aegis/Dentsu deal

Will Dentsu’s £3.2bn takeover of Aegis ever actually happen? Dentsu has been telling us for months that it’s only a matter of time – time needed to win regulatory approval in China, where Dentsu is desperate to expand and sees ...

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The real story about that body in the Leicester car park – Richard 111’s brand advisors let him down

Richard III, the marketing angle? Incredible as it may seem, there is one – and Mediapost claims to have detected it. The spectacular discovery of the last Plantagenet monarch’s remains under a Leicestershire car park has been derided in some ...

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Saatchi Berlin rolls out homeless charity Days of Hope across Europe

Saatchi & Saatchi is launching a new campaign to raise the profile of homeless people in major cities across Europe. Called ‘Days of Hope’, the idea originated at Saatchi & Saatchi Berlin and focuses on the impact the cold winter ...

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UK PM David Cameron goes in for some Borg-style brand-bashing at Davos

If it weren’t for the fact David Cameron (left) watches so little television, I would be forced to conclude he has been modelling his recent behaviour on Borg, the Viking Himbo now fronting Tesco’s advertising. How else to explain his ...

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Rupert Murdoch wants to merge The Times and the Sunday Times – but the indie directors won’t let him

Blimey, ‘independent directors’ standing up to Rupert Murdoch. These bods (not the same ones presumably) were first appointed in 1981 when Margaret Thatcher allowed owner of the Sun Rupert Murdoch to buy The Times and the Sunday Times. When, shortly ...

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Sorrell, Branson and co blast PM Cameron over EU referendum – have it now and get it over with!

Sirs Martin Sorrell and Richard Branson and sundry other business luminaries have written to the Financial Times blasting tbe UK PM’s plans to hold a referendum on Britain’s EU membership. This is scheduled after the next General Election, which David ...

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