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Ryanair’s O’Leary says he’ll pay up after all

After stating, with characteristic defiance, that his airline Ryanair wouldn’t compensate volcano afflicted passengers for any more than their air fares, CEO Michael O’Leary seems to be backtracking, saying he will cough up “reasonable costs.” The airline initially said that ...

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The spin doctors’ dilemma: should David be mean to Nick?

Critics of the rampant spin doctoring that seems to have taken over the political process on both sides of the Atlantic say it has reduced politics to the level of the X-Factor or American Idol. Well finally, in the last ...

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How does Tesco do it?

Keep on increasing its sales and profits in the teeth of a savage recession that is. Well Tesco boss Sir Terry Leahy likes to present himself as a simple lad from Liverpool and his strategy is certainly straightforward: Tesco does ...

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Lobbying chief Bingle blasts Tory campaign

Bell Pottinger Public Affairs chief Peter Bingle, whose ultimate boss is Margaret Thatcher’s spinmeister Tim Bell, has blasted the Tory Party’s election effort so far as “the most inept Tory campaign in living memory.” This is saying something as the ...

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UK adspend starts to rise – Havas is up too

The IPA’s latest Bellwether report of UK advertisers says that 21 per cent spent a bit more in the first quarter of 2010 compared to just over 16 per cent who didn’t, leading to a modest rise of about 4.5 ...

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