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Saatchi Fallon’s Robert Senior hits back at former allies Green and Flintham

Robert Senior, current CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi Fallon, formed Fallon in the UK with Laurence Green and Richard Flintham, among others. And very well they did too, creating award-winning work for Cadbury and Sony Bravia among others. But planner ...

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Morrisons to take on Tesco and Sainsburys with convenience stores

Heady times at Morrisons under new chief executive officer Dalton Philips. Not only has the chain produced an excellent set of figures but it’s planning to take on the big boys by launching a chain of convenience stores and maybe ...

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Has anyone in London got (any of) the Saatchi brothers’ pizazz?

It’s a bit much, after all, when advertising agencies escape from the ghetto of trade media for the first time in years only when two brothers who are well into their sixties (one of whom has retired from advertising if ...

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Rooney hoping to hang on to £7 million a year endorsement deals

Judging by initial reactions among the PR and sponsorship communities it looks as if Wayne Rooney’s endorsement deals are safe for the present, despite the lurid stories at the weekend alleging his prolonged involvement with a £1200 a night prostitute. ...

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Will Pepsi drop Pakistan cricket over bribery allegations?

Pepsi is the main sponsor of the Pakistan national cricket team, about $6m worth which is part of the problem, but it can’t be very pleased about the current furore over Pakistan cricketers taking bribes to accomodate illegal bookmakers. Why ...

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Samsung and Toshiba join tablet computer battle against Apple’s iPad

Berlin’s IFA Show is the place to be this week and Samsung and Toshiba have just announced that they’re both to launch tablet devices against Apple’s iPad, with Toshiba’s Folio 100 set to hit the UK in October at just ...

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