PR

News International reviews £28m ad account – does this mean a Sun on Sunday is finally on the way?

It’s pretty hard to think of any UK company that’s been as deep in the mire as News International, the News Corporation-owned company that published the recently-extinguished phone-hacking News of the World. But News is reviewing its £28m account according ...

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Razorfish makes creative debut for Microsoft’s Bing

Everybody can make an ad these days it seems and Microsoft has turned to Publicis Groupe-owned digital agency Razorfish (which it knows pretty well as it used to own it) for its new TV campaign ‘Bing is for doing.’ The ...

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Now Google+ signs up David Beckham

Google’s latest social media foray Google+ has already done a good job of annoying competitors Facebook and Twitter, both complaining that the way it is incorporated in Google search results acts to their disadvantage. But the new service still needs ...

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Etam’s stripping models shock the Musee d’Orsay in Paris (the punters don’t seem to mind too much)

French fashion chain Etam decided to liven things up a bit in Paris by having three of its models disrobe in the posh Musee D’Orsay before making their inimically girlie escape. The museum authorities weren’t amused (filming isn’t allowed without ...

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Paul Simons: Why doesn’t any decent London agency want my £5m account?

Last week I saw an economic forecast from Citibank which was quite depressing. The gloom and doom in the general business press strongly suggests 2012 is going to be challenging. Therefore in the current climate I have assumed every business ...

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How to look pretty without poisoning yourself

Canada’s Environmental Defence, the environmental organization which led the campaign for the ban on Bisphenol A (BPA) in baby bottles, is now trying to alert Canadians to the many cancer-causing, hormone-disrupting and allergy-inducing substances contained in the personal care products ...

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